08, Mar 2014 - Oregon man pleads guilty in Glenn County chase
An Oregon man arrested after a Glenn County chase pleaded guilty on Thursday to illicit trafficking in controlled substances and being a felon in possession of firearms, U. S. Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner announced. According to court documents, on...
08, Mar 2014 - Multnomah, OR Deaf Prisoner Receives Settlement in Milestone Discrimination Suit Against Oregon Department of Cor
The office of Kell, Alterman & Runstein, L.L.P., announced today its client Merle Baldridge will receive $150,000 settlement from Oregon Department of Corrections; ODC to implement terms of settlement that will protect prisoners with disabilities state-wide (PRWeb February 10, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/02/prweb11545995.htm
08, Mar 2014 - Forest Grove, OR 'Breaking Chains: Slavery on Trial in the Oregon Territory' comes to Forest Grove library w
R. Gregory Nokes will speak on slavery in Oregon, the topic of his new book, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. March 4, in the Rogers Room in the Forest Grove City Library.
08, Mar 2014 - Same-sex couples react to Oregon attorney general's decision
Same sex marriage supporters said Thursday they think they have enough signatures to qualify an initiative for this November's ballot in an effort to overturn Oregon's ban on same sex marriage. The signatures are due in early July.
08, Mar 2014 - Marion, OR Ore. plans to reunite U.S. child with father in Mexico
Kellie Lechuga meets with Robin Maxey of Oregon Senate President Peter Courtney's Office to appeal the state's plan for her granddaughter being sent to Mexico.
08, Mar 2014 - Union, OR Court date set for custody battle over 6-year-old ordered to live in Mexico
Six-year-old Yoselin is being sent to live with her father in Mexico after he was recently released from prison, but now a hearing set for this week is giving hope to family members in Oregon.
07, Mar 2014 - Ore. judge upholds plan to send child to Mexico
SALEM, Ore. (AP) â An Oregon judge has upheld a state agency's recommendation that a 6-year-old American-born girl be sent to live in Mexico with her father over the objections of her mother and maternal grandmother. Three Salem lawmakers and Gov. John Kitzhaber had asked the Oregon Department of Human Services to review its recommendation after protests from the girl's grandmother. ...
07, Mar 2014 - Valley Yellow Pages Sues Nation's Largest Yellow Pages Company
FRESNO, Calif., March 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The largest Yellow Pages company in the country was sued today by its principal independent competitor in Northern California. A lawsuit filed by the Fresno based company AGI Publishing, Inc. that publishes the Valley Yellow Pages directories in cities and counties from Bakersfield to the Oregon border alleges violations of the California Unfair ...
07, Mar 2014 - Portland, OR Man charged with attempted rape waives extradition
BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) â A 28-year-old Bozeman man who left the police station while being questioned in a sexual assault case has waived extradition from Oregon, where he was arrested last week. The Bozeman Daily Chronicle reports Kevin Briggs waived extradition in Multnomah County Circuit Court in Portland, Ore. ...
07, Mar 2014 - Judge hears case of girl headed to Mexico
SALEM -- The case of a six-year old Oregon girl being sent to Mexico to live with her father went back to court Thursday. A Marion County judge is considering the case in a closed-door hearing that also involves the social workers. The girl is currently in foster care because of her mother's ongoing drug addiction. The state of Oregon plans to send her to Mexico , to be reunited with her ...
07, Mar 2014 - Douglas, OR Oregon fugitive arrested in Montana pleads not guilty to 18 charges
An Oregon fugitive arrested near Bozeman after reportedly being on the run for 15 years told a judge he didn't commit the sex crimes he's accused of.
07, Mar 2014 - U.S. states do not have to defend gay marriage bans: Holder
By David Ingram WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Obama administration on Tuesday offered verbal support to U.S. state officials who decline to defend their own states' bans on same-sex marriage, entering cautiously into legal fights that are playing out across the United States. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder spoke to a conference of state attorneys general less than a week after Oregon's attorney ...
07, Mar 2014 - Judge rules that Salem-area girl will have to move to Mexico
A Marion County judge decided Thursday afternoon that a 6-year-old girl born in Oregon will have to go to Mexico and live with her father.
07, Mar 2014 - Judge approves DHS decision to send girl, 6, to Mexico
SALEM -- A Marion County judge Thursday approved the juvenile court's decision to send a 6-year-old Salem girl to live with her ex-con father in Mexico. The girl is currently in foster care because of her mother's ongoing drug addiction. The state of Oregon plans to send her to Mexico , to be reunited with her biological father. Alfonso Pantoja-Samano served prison time in Oregon for assault ...
07, Mar 2014 - Wasco, OR Ore. sheriffs ask relief with inmate health care
Oregonians who get arrested and go to jail lose their health insurance benefits, and counties start picking up the cost of their medical care.