May 20 – Evening Update

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May 20 – Evening Update:

Tim Chuey: Cloudy tonight, mostly cloudy Saturday AM, mostly cloudy with a mix of clouds and sun Saturday with a slight (20%) chance of light rain or drizzle, partly cloudy in the evening, mostly cloudy with a (30%) chance of showers Saturday night.

Body found near Harrisburg – Sheriff’s deputies are investigating a body found in a brushy area near a drainage ditch off Belts Drive, east of Harrisburg.

‘I have over 600-700 photographs from Animal House alone’ – Katherine Wilson says people used to laugh at her 40 years ago when she talked about boosting the Oregon film business.

Alert citizen helps nab predatory sex offender
– A citizen was at the Short Cut Market on Thursday, when they spotted Mark McSweeney, 43, talking to a small child. They knew he was a sex offender and called police.

Man sustains minor injuries in rollover crash – Police say a 20-year-old man got distracted while he was driving on Tyee Road Friday morning, and ended up rolling his pickup down an embankment. The driver suffered minor injuries.

No public electric car charging stations yet in Oregon – The Energy Department and its partner in a network of electric car charging stations had planned to have 1,100 public charging stations installed by the end of next month. So far, there are none.

Lane County’s top law enforcers want your questions – Lane County’s top law enforcers want your questions. Sheriff Tom Turner and District Attorney Alex Gardner held the first of several public meetings to hear the community’s concerns Thursday, May 19 in Junction City.

‘Purer the drug, the more likely you’ll have an overdose’ – The main ingredient in meth has been behind prescription counters for five years, but the meth in Oregon now could be more deadly.

Oregon Senate approves extra consumer protections – The state Senate unanimously approved a bill that would give Oregonians an extra month of protection from having their wages garnished to collect a debt.

US Rep. Kurt Schrader, wife, file for divorce – One of the best-known political couples in Oregon say they are getting a divorce.

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