Posted by Associated Press on March 20, 2014
SALEM — An independent review of Oregon’s troubled health insurance exchange has found that a breakdown of management, an overly ambitious scope, and low quality of work by technology contractor Oracle Corp. are some of the reasons for Cover Oregon’s failed launch.
Details of the investigation were announced by Gov. John Kitzhaber at a press conference on Thursday.
Kitzhaber lashed out at …
Portland, Oregon – Ophelia Belefant and her little brother Dashiell are busy getting ready for a silent auction Wednesday afternoon to raise money for Randall Children’s Hospital pediatric cardiology unit. Her dad, Brian says she learned last year that some kids have hearts that need fixing and she wanted to know what she could do to help.
They decided she and …
PORTLAND — Students and teachers at Central Catholic High School are mourning the sudden death of a student. Grief counselors are helping them cope with the news of Jacob Parkhurst’s passing.
The 17-year-old junior died Tuesday from a severe invasive bacterial infection. Doctors will know for sure what it was later this week. The case was first thought to be meningococcal disease, an …
Posted by Steve Leader on February 24, 2014
A popular energy drink is under investigation by the Oregon Department of Justice. It is accusing the owners and marketers of “5 Hour Energy” of violating the state’s Unlawful Trade Practices Act.
The D.O.J says the health effects of the product, which combines caffeine with tyrosine and phenylalanine, are not known. The state’s complaint refers to “92 adverse incident reports” involving …
Posted by FM News 101 KXL on February 24, 2014
“What I’m learning is that getting good as a boxer, at least in practice, is 95% physical and 5% mental. But once you’re in the ring, it’s almost the other way around, as you’re trying to not only out punch your opponent, but also out think them.”
As training continues for KXL Afternoon News Anchor Dan Mitchinson’s first boxing …