Politics

Mixed reaction to easing Oregon drug laws

Klamath Falls, Ore. – It’s no longer a felony in Oregon to possess small quantities of some street drugs, as Governor Brown has signed House Bill 2355. Klamath County District Attorney Eve Costello isn’t in favor of making possession of drugs like …

Governor signs workers rights bill

Salem, Ore. – With the stroke of a pen, Oregon Governor Kate Brown approved a law requiring certain large employers to give employees predictable work schedules. Senate Bill 828 was signed by Gov. Brown on Tuesday. Effective immediately, those employed by a …

Guam advising residents to prepare for missile attack

Hagåtña, Guam – Guam’s Homeland Security office is preparing for an imminent missile threat. After the North Korean military announced they’re examining operational plans for attacking Guam, the unincorporated U.S. territory’s Homeland Security Center issued a public flyer about what to do …

Sen. Wyden comments on North Korea tensions

Portland, Ore. (KPTV/CNN) – Growing tensions between the United States and North Korea are becoming a hot topic at Congressional town halls nationwide. At a Thursday town hall in Portland, Democratic Senator Ron Wyden was asked about the North Korea crisis and …

Should food trucks be allowed on city streets?

Medford, Ore. — Medford may soon follow in the footsteps of cities like Grants Pass and Eugene, allowing food trucks to operate on city streets. The council is considering changing city code to allow the trucks to operate in more places like downtown …
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