Oregon House votes to phase out potentially toxic chemicals in some children's products
Arsenic, cadmium, mercury and other potentially toxic chemicals would be phased out of some children's products under a bill approved Tuesday in the Oregon House.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Parking garage crash victim dies
A Powell Butte man died Wednesday at St. Charles Medical Center, two days after his car fell from the second story of an east Bend parking structure, according to police and hospital authorities.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Prineville man IDa d in crash
Oregon State Police have identified the victim in a fatal crash on U.S. Highway 26 late Sunday afternoon as John Gordon Lamey, 75, of Prineville.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Local TV Station KTVZ
Powell Butte man critically hurt in The Center plunge
An 87-year-old Powell Butte man suffered a medical problem while parked at a northeast Bend medical center late Monday morning and his SUV sped backwards, hitting two cars, then forward through a handrail and guardrail, plunging about 15 feet to the ground below, police said.
Fire destroys barbecue stand
A Saturday afternoon fire destroyed Big Al's Firehouse Grill in Powell Butte, but owner Allan Edwards said he'll be back.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Local TV Station KTVZ
Powell Butte BBQ stand goes up in smoke
A Powell Butte barbecue stand was destroyed by fire late Saturday afternoon, but while the trailer was a total loss, there were no injuries, Crook County firefighters said.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Gov. John Kitzhaber says Oregon budget debate should be about revenue not PERS
Gov. John Kitzhaber is trying to rally Republican and Democratic leaders behind a compromise plan to raise taxes and cut public employee pensions.
Food scene news
Dojo opened Tuesday in the Brooks Street breezeway, incorporating the former Boken.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
House honors former Speaker Lynn Lundquist
Although most of its current members came years after he presided over the chamber, the Oregon House paid tribute Wednesday to former Speaker Lynn Lundquist.
Mon Jun 03, 2013
Here's the capper: Tabor, Washington reservoirs getting covered
Portland's City Council has formally waved the white flag in terms of keeping water reservoirs at Mt.
Thu May 30, 2013
House approves energy-efficiency standards for most TVs, battery chargers
Battery chargers, some outdoor lights and most TVs will be subject to energy efficiency standards under a bill approved 40-19 Thursday by the Oregon House.