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Traffic update: 2 died in Highway 101 crash near Gearhart

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Two people died Saturday in a 1 p.m. two-vehicle crash on Highway 101 in Clatsop County near milepost 14.

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OSU gets permit for first-of-its-kind offshore wave energy research lab

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Oregon State University received approval from the federal government for a first-of-its-kind wave energy research facility, the university announced Thursday.

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3 hurt in truck-vs.-truck crash on I-5 in Linn County

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Three people were hospitalized Friday following an early-morning crash involving two commercial vehicles on Interstate 5 in south Linn County.

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OSU says plans for in-person fall term underway

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Oregon State University is planning for predominantly in-person attendance during the fall term, President F. King Alexander announced.

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Corvallis motel settles post-wildfire price gouging claims

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The Rodeway Inn in Corvallis is one of four hotels around the state that have reached negotiated agreements to settle allegations of price gouging in the aftermath of last fall’s wildfires, Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum announced on Thursday.

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Highway 30 could get a new name honoring Oregon veterans

Oregon’s long stretch of U.S. Highway 30, from Astoria to the Idaho border, could become the Oregon Veterans Memorial Highway.

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Working on the Grange: Greenberry-area historic structure returning to life

Touring the Willamette Community and Grange Hall is like entering a time tunnel. Propped up on a bench on the ground floor of the disused historic building a few miles south of Corvallis at Greenberry Road and Highway 99W there is a photo that includes O.H. Kelley, one of the founders of the Grange movement just after the Civil War.

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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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