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Portland relaxes rules for tiny houses, RVs

  PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) – Portland is in the middle of a homeless crisis, but one local lawmaker thinks she has found at least a temporary solution. Joan Grimm is a tiny home activist. She said, “There’s thousands of bedrooms every night …

Oregon sues DHS for not disclosing immigration records

SALEM, Ore. – The State of Oregon is suing the Department of Homeland Security for failing to disclose information about detention and deportation of immigrants. In June, ten state attorney generals–including Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum–filed a Freedom of Information Act request …

California firefighters “cautiously optimistic”

(NBC News) – Northern California’s wildfires continue to burn, but firefighters say they are making progress. The fires are blamed for the loss of 41 lives and at least 5,700 structures. “We’re still optimistic, cautiously optimistic. We’re getting a lot more block …

Miller Complex Fire continues to burn

Medford, Ore.- Oregon may be past the height of fire season but some wildfires are still burning. One of which being the Miller Complex Fire which started on August 14th. Today it’s still active, now 86-percent contained. It’s burned nearly 40,000 acres. …

Flu season arrives in Oregon

Klamath Falls, Ore. – The leading edge of flu season is just starting to hit Oregon. So far, there have been 14 confirmed cases of influenza in Oregon. None of those were in southern Oregon. “That doesn’t mean there are some isolated …

Police warn about fake prescription drugs

PORTLAND, Ore. – Portland police are warning Oregonians about fake pills illegally sold in their city and across the state. According to the Portland Police Bureau, the counterfeit prescription drugs are being illegally marketed and sold on the streets and online. The …
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