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Deschutes County recorded its first death Tuesday that health officials have attributed to COVID-19, the county said. [Read More]
A majority of the Bend City Council seems generally supportive of giving a transportation bond, which was pulled from the May ballot, another shot in... [Read More]
Almost all of the approximately 2,900 students living in the Madras, Warm Springs and Metolius areas will likely return to classrooms this September. [Read More]
Two Deschutes County residents were injured in separate alleged road-rage assaults over the weekend, police said. [Read More]
The COVID-19 pandemic has made this a tough year for breweries, with quarantine, social distancing, and other restrictions having a huge impact on beer sales... [Read More]
The federal government on Tuesday carried out its first execution in almost two decades, killing by lethal injection a man convicted of murdering an Arkansas... [Read More]
Ending systemic racism... [Read More]
Justin Herbert hasn't participated in an official on-field practice with his new teammates with the Los Angeles Chargers. The rookie quarterback's on-field offseason program was... [Read More]
In 2012, Benjamin McCormick, of Redmond, and his family drove to a day use area at Lake Billy Chinook, paid the $5 fee and parked... [Read More]
Thanks to pressure by the public and the efforts of Oregon legislators, the state now has published an online database to track public safety officers... [Read More]
State child welfare agencies would normally be worried by the recent increase in abuse and neglect cases. [Read More]
The more you know about the failure to update the Oregon Employment Department's computer system the more frustrating it becomes. It's had the money. It... [Read More]
Members of the Unity Community of Central Oregon are inviting the public to walk through their newly built labyrinth as a way to recenter spiritually... [Read More]
Oregon is one of the 17 states that joined a lawsuit Monday to stop a new federal rule threatening to bar hundreds of thousands of... [Read More]
As factories start bringing back workers laid off at the beginning of the pandemic, some are retooling to meet coronavirus-related demands. Designetics, a firm near... [Read More]
The NBA's sci-fi plan to construct a restricted bubble in hopes of completing a nearly lost season became a humid, frenzied and anxious reality this... [Read More]
At a July 13 press conference, Gov. Kate Brown said there's been more new COVID-19 cases in the past week than there was during the... [Read More]
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