Med Mary To New Level

Posted by Steve Leader on April 15, 2015

A California startup that teams up with marijuana dispensaries to deliver pot to patients’ homes and offices, using a web-based app, already has its eyes on expanding into Oregon and Washington.

The company, Eaze, is based in San Francisco.  Spokeswoman Caroline Vespi tells FM News 101 they’re currently limited to deliveries in the Golden State.

Vespi says if recreational marijuana becomes legal …

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Suspect In SE Portland Murders Killed By Police

Posted by Jeremy Scott on April 15, 2015

PORTLAND, Ore. — The suspect wanted for killing a man and his sister-in-law and wounding her husband in a home on Southeast 85th near Division last Friday night was shot to death by police in Dallas, Texas on Tuesday evening.

Autopsies show that 33-year-old Gary Dat Pham and 41-year-old Susie Pham were shot in the head.  Susie was married to 35-year-old Andrew Pham.  He …

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Infant Killed At Babysitter’s House

Posted by Jeremy Scott on April 15, 2015

OREGON CITY, Ore. — Police are investigating the death of a seven-month-old boy as murder after the infant suffered a skull fracture last week.

“Investigators found the infant had been at his babysitter’s house in Oregon City when the injury occurred,” said Sergeant Matthew Paschall.

Izaak Gillen was taken to Randall Children’s Hospital where doctors tried to treat him, but he didn’t survive and died …

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Zero G Espresso

Posted by Mike Turner on April 14, 2015

Portland State University Engineering Professor Mark Weislogel watches the progress of the Dragon X rocket’s flight to the International Space Station.  On board are six Zero-G espresso cups developed by PSU engineering students.

The cups cups are scientifically designed to hold a liquid in zero g gravity and allow the liquid to be sipped as you would with a hot coffee …

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Oregon Jobless Rate Lower Than National Average

Posted by Associated Press on April 14, 2015

PORTLAND, Ore. — Oregon’s jobless rate has fallen below the national rate for the first time since 1996.

The state Employment Department says Oregon’s unemployment rate fell to 5.4 percent in March. That’s slightly lower than the U.S. unemployment rate of 5.5 percent.

Thought the difference between the rates is statistically insignificant, Employment Department economist David Cooke says the numbers show how …

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