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LISTEN IN: Reporter Saphara Harrell discusses heat wave deaths
Listen for local news weekday mornings on community radio station KMWV (98.3 FM) with "In Case You Missed It - With Salem Reporter." One of our reporters joins radio station manager Lisa Walz to discuss a story or two of the day.
The topic: Authorities believe more than a dozen people in Marion County died from causes related to the heat wave between June 26 and 28, when temperatures in Salem reached a record high: a scorching 117 degrees. Across Oregon the death toll has risen to 115.
Today's guest: Saphara Harrell, Salem Reporter's local government and breaking news reporter.
Our media partnership: Salem Reporter is teaming up with KMWV 98.3 FM for weekday morning presentations on the stories of the day.
Listen in (recorded): In Case You Missed It
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About KMWV: The radio station is part of Capital Community Media, the Salem-based community television and radio operation. Station manager Lisa Walz can be reached at Lisa Walz [email protected] or (503) 588-2288 ex. 7565.
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