Cases of the Measles on the Rise

Posted by Christina Kemp on May 29, 2014
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Portland,Ore.– Measles cases in the U.S. have taken off this year. Reaching their highest rates in 20 years. But what about in Oregon?

The numbers are higher than usual. In the state we’ve seen 5 cases so far, in each it was a child who had not been vaccinated. Dr. Paul Cieslak with the Oregon Public Health Division says there is really no reason to see …

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Oregon Vs. Oracle

Posted by Mike Turner on May 29, 2014
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Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber told a legislative technology committee Thursday that he ordered the attorney general to bring legal action against Oracle.

Kitzhaber said that after spending more than $130 million with the company, he wanted to recover millions in tax money because Oracle failed to deliver a functional website for Cover Oregon.

Oracle fired back against accusations saying that it …

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He May Not Want To Be Called a Hero But a Trimet Bus Driver Is

Posted by Rosemary Reynolds on May 29, 2014
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PORTLAND, OREGON     Bill Clark Drives the Number 20 Bus.  Last Friday he was headed toward the Gresham transit station when he spotted a small child in the middle of Linn Avenue.  The seven year veteran’s instincts kicked in he pulled the bus over parked quickly and ran out to grab the toddler.  Clark exchanged very few words with …

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Snowden Speaks out (NBC)

Posted by FM News 101 KXL on May 29, 2014
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(Story from CNN) —

Traitor or patriot? Low-level systems analyst or highly trained spy?

Slammed by top U.S. government officials and facing espionage charges in the United States, former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden defended his decision to leak documents about classified surveillance programs during an interview with NBC “Nightly News” broadcast Wednesday.

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Wild Malamute Mystery

Posted by FM News 101 KXL on May 29, 2014
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Multnomah County officers are asking for the public to facilitate in a solving the wandering Malamute mystery.

County officers say a minimum of eight “Malamute-type” dogs have been found within the last 2 months near the southern edge of Forest Park by Northwest Cornell Road. 2 of which were shot for killing a goat. But so far, the county hasn’t been able to confirm the origin of the dogs.

The …

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