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Springfield carjacker sent to prison

A Springfield woman who stole a car from a man in a Wal-Mart parking lot after firing a gunshot into the vehicle’s rear passenger seat was sentenced this morning to a mandatory prison term of 5 years, 10 months. Debra Sue Lynde, 47, pleaded guilty ea... Keep Reading

After a pretty good chance of AM showers for your Tuesday the chance of precipitation will drop until late Thursday night when slight chances return.

________________ Here is my new weekly weather quiz question. On August 25, 1814 our nation’s capital was in the possession of the British Army. Many public buildings were in flames by the hands of the invading army, but something else caused major structural damage to the residential section of the city. More British soldiers were killed [...] Keep Reading

Oregon volleyball by the numbers

0 – The number of seniors Oregon has on its roster. Last season, Heather Meyers was the only upperclassman in the Ducks’ playing rotation. 1 – The number of sets the Ducks have lost in their last 11 games. Since losing [...] Keep Reading

Springfield settles police suit

The city of Springfield will pay $50,000 to settle a $622,000 federal lawsuit filed by a man who claimed that two police officers used excessive force when arresting him in January 2009. David Pernell Sutton alleged that he suffered a broken shoulder w... Keep Reading

Corvallis Homicide Victim Identified

BENTON COUNTY, Ore. -- The Benton County Sheriff's Office has identified the body of a man found outside of Corvallis.   Deputies say a property owner found Giovanni A. Blancas-Frutero, 22, on Friday in a grove of trees near Hurlburt Road.   They say... Keep Reading

A pretty good chance of showers for your Tuesday, though the best chance will be to our North. A break mid-week then precipitation chance returns late in the week.

________________ Here is my new weekly weather quiz question. On August 25, 1814 our nation’s capital was in the possession of the British Army. Many public buildings were in flames by the hands of the invading army, but something else caused major structural damage to the residential section of the city. More British soldiers were killed [...] Keep Reading

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