A teen boy told Salem police Thursday night that people in a pickup truck approached and shot him on Lancaster Drive. He suffered a non-life-threatening injury, according to the agency.
A 35-year-old woman was arrested Thursday morning after police say she stabbed a Wells Fargo Bank employe and threatened a Salem officer with two knives.
Commissioners on Wednesday approved a plan for spending federal money on housing services such as down payment assistance and building new affordable homes.
Schools, the local park and a sense of peace were among what Northgate residents praised about their neighborhood. At their annual Fun Friday event, neighbors said they wanted to see a heavier police presence and reductions in homeless camping, drug use and gangs.
The Oregon Revenue Department on July 14 began publishing a catalog of delinquent taxpayers. Marijuana retailers, a pizza shop and a developer topped the list as of Wednesday.
Salem police arrested Edwin Johnson, 33, on Tuesday after he sent sexually sexually explicit messages on Instagram to a police officer posing as a minor, according to court records.
Filemon Santos, 19, was swimming at Keizer Rapids Park on Saturday when he jumped off a dock and never resurfaced. The teen died a day later, according to a Keizer police news release.
Sean Beck has pleaded guilty to striking and killing a pedestrian in July 2021 as prosecutors say he fled police.
Salem’s Ironman on Sunday will be the third time the triathlon has been held in the state. As this year’s event ends a three-year agreement, organizers hope to make the race a staple in Salem.
Commissioners on Wednesday approved a $1.2 million contract with B2 Community Care to purchase and open a residential treatment home for people with intellectual or developmental disabilities as well as severe mental illness.