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One Person Dead After DUII Crash Near Keizer
(December 16, 2017, 5:24 pm) KEIZER, Ore

A man is in jail and a person has died after an early morning crash north of Keizer. With the holiday season fast approaching, this morning's incident is a tragic reminder to always drive sober.


Fatal Tanker Crash Closes Hwy 22 Indefinitely
(December 16, 2017, 4:56 pm) IDANHA, Ore

A Bend man lost his life late Friday night when the gasoline tanker he was driving lost traction on the icy road and rolled over coming to a stop blocking the highway said Oregon State Police. OSP says that there were additional collisions in the area that resulted in no injuries.


Mother and Child Held Hostage at Knife Point in Their Home
(December 9, 2017, 10:32 pm) SALEM, Ore
Christopher Hahn-Collins

Marion County Sheriff’s Office says that a Salem woman and her minor child were held at knife point in their home over night. Deputies say they believe that Christopher Hahn-Collins, age 25, of Salem broke into a Southeast Salem late Friday afternoon and waited.