According to a lawsuit filed last month, Dr. Jefferson Loa claims that he faced retaliation and eventual firing for reporting fraudulent billing practices and lengthy physician shifts.
The Salem Police Department said it had made no arrests in the shooting as of Thursday afternoon.
In legal filings, Greg Smith argued a lawsuit accusing him of illegally destroying and withholding public records as part of his economic development work in Malheur County should be dismissed.
Homeless students can get assistance from their schools, but unless they’re identified, they get no additional help.
Jim Sellers, former Oregon journalist and state agency employee, writes a regular column to help thousands in Salem deal with the confusing world of Medicare and federal benefits. He’s available to answer your questions.
Salem’s Director of Public Works, Peter Fernandez, announced Monday that he is retiring effective Jan. 6 after 28 years working for the city of Salem.
The Marion County Sheriff’s office made the announcement Wednesday after not responding to emailed questions about 33-year-old William Schulz’s death for two days.
Salem Health has concluded its investigation into an emergency department technician who posted a video that appeared to mock the sound of a patient in pain. The hospital said the technician is no longer employed, but didn’t clarify if they resigned or were fired.
State officials said they need time to process applications to avoid overcommitting available funding.
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