Author: David Mann (KGW) SALEM, Ore. (KGW) — A Marion County grand jury ruled that three Salem police officers who shot and killed a man who brandished a weapon during a Feb. 7 traffic stop were justified in using deadly ...

GRANTS PASS, Ore — Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians is pleased with the Oregon Department of Justice’s opinion, as the fate of the Flying Lark could be determined as early as this week. “Many tribes at least ...

Author: Mike Benner SALEM, Ore. (KGW) — A big kid is how Rachel Coble sums up her big brother. “He loved to make jokes,” she said. “He loved to make model cars. That was his favorite thing to do.” Coble ...

Author: KGW Staff SALEM, Ore. (KGW) — A man was fatally shot in a confrontation with Salem police officers early Monday morning, according to a news release from the Salem Police Department. Salem police officers attempted a traffic stop on ...

SALEM, Ore — Ahead of next week’s legislative session, a few Tribes throughout Oregon are backing two new bills, in an effort to examine and potentially shut down private casinos across the state. On Tuesday, HB 4046 and 4047 were ...

SALEM, Ore. — The State Attorney General, Ellen Rosenblum, is reminding Oregonians to watch for COVID-19 testing sites that seem suspicious. She also wants Oregonians to be aware of vendors that are selling at-home tests for sky-high prices. AG Rosenblum ...

SALEM, Ore — The Oregon Legislature wrapped up a one day special session late Monday, to tackle a few bills including pandemic-related rent assistance and illegal marijuana grows. Senate Bill 891 will add about $100 million dollars to the Oregon ...

SALEM, Ore. – The Oregon Legislative Special Session ended Monday with bi-partisanship efforts. State politicians approved a number of bills at the day-long session addressing statewide concerns, such as illegal marijuana and rental assistance. The big piece of legislation for ...

SALEM, Ore. — The Oregon Health Authority is developing a voluntary digital vaccine verification tool. The tool would provide Oregonians with an electronic way to share their vaccination status with businesses requiring verification. An OHA Public Information Officer tells NBC5 ...

Author: Galen Ettlin (KGW) PORTLAND, Ore. (KGW) — Agencies in Oregon and Washington are preparing to receive billions of dollars in federal funding from the $1 trillion infrastructure bill, newly passed by Congress on Friday. “This really is an exciting ...

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