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Another aggressive cougar reported in Dunn Forest

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A Corvallis man reportedly became lost in Oregon State University’s Dunn Research Forest overnight last week after fleeing an aggressive cougar.

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Teen murder sentences: Oregon asks high court to step in

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SALEM (AP) — The Oregon Department of Justice is taking the Salem case of twin brothers sentenced as teenagers to almost 67 years in prison to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Traffic update: Highway 34 has reopened near Tidewater; Highway 20 eastbound still closed

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The Oregon Department of Transportation reports that the Highway 34, Alsea Highway, has reopened. It was closed between milepoints 10 and 11 near Tidewater because of a tree that fell on a power line.

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Highway 20 crash kills Newport woman

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A Newport woman was killed Tuesday on Highway 20 near Toledo when the vehicle she was driving veered off the road, went down an embankment, struck a tree and rolled onto its passenger side.

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Early-morning crash kills Brownsville woman

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A 25-year-old Brownsville woman died early Sunday in a two-vehicle crash on Highway 228 near milepost 4 in Linn County.

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Close encounters: Dunn Forest incident raises questions about threats from – and to – cougars

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Peter Idema has been running the trails and logging roads of Oregon State University’s Dunn Research Forest near his Soap Creek Valley home for more than 30 years.

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Motorcyclist hurt in Albany crash

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A motorcyclist was hurt Saturday afternoon after a collision with a vehicle near the intersection of 21st Avenue and Chicago Street in southeast Albany.

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Lawsuit filed in death of Corvallis Boy Scout

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On October 13, 2018, Nolan Grant Henderson, a 16-year-old junior at Corvallis High School, died during a Boy Scout hiking trip in Klamath County when he fell climbing a steep slope.

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Tangent man who carried AR-15 to City Hall said he was concerned for livestock with cougar in area

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An Army veteran who reportedly went to Tangent City Hall with an AR-15, a holstered pistol and wearing tactical gear on Sept. 4 said he was armed because he was checking in on livestock earlier that morning, and there had been reports of a mountain lion in the area.

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Colorado man sentenced to prison for assault

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A Colorado Springs, Colorado, man pleaded guilty Friday morning in Linn County Circuit Court to second-degree assault – domestic violence.

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