Category Archives: Fox News

Oregon National Guard families lose insurance for nearly a month

Several southern Oregon military families have been uninsured for the last month after the National Guard experienced a variety of issues that led to soldiers and their families losing their eligibility. According to the Oregon Army National Guard, about 220 military families were confirmed to have lost their insurance sometime this year. It says some […]
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Oregon’s Mount Hood active volcano lacks adequate monitoring, scientists say

Scientists warn Mount Hood, an active volcano outside Portland, Ore., lacks adequate monitoring equipment, and bureaucratic red tape has left them blind in detecting future eruptions, which could lead to deadly consequences, according to a report. Source: Oregon’s Mount Hood active volcano lacks adequate monitoring, scientists say

Remarks against Antifa prompt FBI seizure of former Marine’s weapons under Oregon’s ‘red flag’ law: reports

A former Marine who said at a protest that he would “slaughter” Antifa members in self-defense, if attacked, recently had his five weapons confiscated by the FBI, according to a report. A former Marine who said at a protest that he would “slaughter” Antifa members in self-defense, if attacked, recently had his five weapons confiscated […]
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These are the most, least likely states where you’ll get robocalls

State Library Ed. Note: Oregon ranks #4 FOX Business used data published in a report by SocialCatfish.com and population data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Factfinder 2018 annual population estimates for each state in order to find the percentage of each state’s population that makes robocall complaints. Nevada residents, beware: You could be more […]
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Forest Service preps for lightning in southwestern Oregon

The U.S. Forest Service is poised and at-the-ready to respond to any wildfires that may start as a result of predicted lightning activity this week. Source: Forest Service preps for lightning in southwestern Oregon | KMVU Fox 2

Oregon bear put down after people feed him, take selfies, officials say

A black bear was killed by Oregon wildlife officials last week after becoming so accustomed to humans through being fed that the public could get close enough to take selfies with the animal, authorities said. Source: Oregon bear put down after people feed him, take selfies, officials say

Hilary Gowins: Latchkey laws are the ultimate ‘mom shaming’

Mom shaming is at the forefront of our collective consciousness as mothers. We’ve effectively called out those who pass judgment on how we feed our babies. We’ve banded together to support each other regardless of whether we choose to go back to work or stay home with the kids. We thought the root of the […]
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Recession Recovery: Oregon median household incomes make significant gains

MEDFORD, Ore.– A new analysis of median household incomes by state economists are showing a decade later, Oregonians’ incomes are finally starting to recover after The Great Recession. In a report released last Thursday, the Oregon Office of Economic Analysis found that the state’s median household income as a whole now matches that of the […]
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Ethan Blevins: Beware the false promise of rent control

Rent control does not work. That’s one of the most settled issues in economics, one widely accepted across the ideological spectrum. Yet politicians continue to peddle rent control with a seemingly willful ignorance. Oregon is the most recent state to embrace the rent control orthodoxy. The day after rent control prevailed in Oregon, marchers took […]
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Lawmakers propose bill to study, share potential health risks of Wi-Fi radiation for kids at schools

Kids use Wi-Fi all the time for their studies, but does that constantly expose them to electromagnetic radiation? That a question some lawmakers want to find out and was the center of a hearing in Salem on Wednesday. Source: Lawmakers propose bill to study, share potential health risks of Wi-Fi radiation for kids at schools […]
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