LANSING, Kan. (WDAF) – A 59-year-old Oregon man was released after 29 years in jail after a judge ordered he be released or retried for murder. Some have called his conviction a miscarriage of justice. Frank Gable walked out of ...

Over 100 people with family and friends buried at Eternal Hills met Wednesday night in Klamath Falls to learn more about what’s happening at the cemetery. Carolyn Wade of the Oregon Department of Justice summed up the problems at Eternal ...

MEDFORD, Ore.– **UPDATE** Protests against Pacific Power’s implementation of smart meters took place on Friday and Saturday with a small group standing outside of the company’s headquarters in Medford. This smart meter upgrade is part of a statewide initiative by ...

The Oregon Department of Justice has ruled that an officer was justified in shooting and killing a man following a traffic stop north of Klamath Falls in October. The shooting happened October 5th on Highway 97 near Modoc Point. Police ...

Grants Pass, Ore.– Josephine County Commissioner Lily Morgan is being investigated by the Oregon Department of Justice, accused of illegally carrying a gun on county property. Morgan confirmed the investigation to NBC5, and released the following statement. “I am aware ...

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Involuntary bankruptcy proceedings are underway for Eternal Hills and Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Klamath Falls. Eternal Hills lost their license to operate in 2016 following multiple complaints. Carolyn Wade of the Oregon Department of Justice says ...

Klamath Falls, Ore. – The state has filed involuntary bankruptcy against Eternal Hills and Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Klamath Falls. Eternal Hills lost their license to operate in March of 2016 following multiple complaints. Those claims included disputes over service ...

Klamath Falls, Ore. – A Klamath Falls woman is sentenced to nearly 30 years in prison in connection with a homicide, and for assaulting two people in their sleep with a knife. 32 year old Lisa Ann Marie Gunn was ...

Klamath County, Ore. — Klamath County Sheriff Frank Skrah has been indicted on nine counts including harassment, attempted assault, assault, official misconduct and strangulation, according to the Oregon Attorney General’s office. The Klamath County Board of County Commissioners say’s in ...

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