State Police announced Saturday evening that “one suspect is deceased, another is injured and the original suspect has been arrested” in a shootout with police, providing no information about the deceased suspect’s role.
The state Board on Public Safety Standards and Training on Aug. 31 found Jeffrey Keniston used his authority to gain a sexual relationship with a domestic violence victim. His attorney notified the state on Tuesday that he is challenging the revocation of his license.
Oregon officials want to change the state’s addiction treatment system system to motivate people to get help.
The governor is asking state police to lend their expertise to help Portland and Multnomah County seize drugs and go after fentanyl dealers.
Jim Arnold died Sunday night after being struck by a heavy tree branch that fell on a parked food truck on Aug. 29. His sisters described him as a loving father and grandfather.
City leaders said Monday they would not contest survivor benefits for the widow of a former Salem firefighter who died of cancer in 2019.
The Oregon Court of Appeals in Salem will decide whether prisoners can be held for longer than 15 days in solitary confinement.
Carl Sandberg was found guilty through two separate trials of setting fire to three Salem homes and a church, breaking into multiple homes and stealing identities. Two of the house fires he set left family pets dead.
Salem police announced that a Woodburn man indicted for murdering a woman found dead in a Salem motel surrendered on Monday, Sept. 19.
Changes to the state hospital’s operations follow an order by federal officials to fix its transportation protocols so no more patients escape.