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SALEM, Ore. A deputy shot in a rural area east of Salem Friday has been upgraded to serious condition Saturday, police said.
Salem police are looking for a suspect in two armed robberies in West Salem this week.
Chain requirements are in effect for I-5 through parts of Douglas, Lane and Linn counties.
It is a serious live music weekend with a dozen options to hear all styles of music, plus a few other festive celebrations can get you in the holiday mood.
The Marion County Sheriff's Office has agreed to settle a lawsuit for $100,000 with a man who said deputies used excessive force when breaking up a bar fight.
Dozens of officers and an armored vehicle were on the scene and engaged in a "very high risk" tactical operation in a remote area east of Salem near 117th Avenue Northeast and Sunnyview Road Northeast, said Sgt.
The Salem Statesman-Journal is reporting that several law-enforcement agencies have responded to reports that a Marion County deputy has possibly been shot on a Christmas tree farm near 117th and Sunnyview Road N.E. Attributing its reports to radio dispatch, the Statesman-Journal says that around 4 p.m., radio traffic indicated that shots were ... (more)
"It was an amazing last few hours," owner Christopher Holland said. The project met its $25,000 goal and surpassed it by just more than $900.
Instead of a moment of silence, Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America will be ringing a bell to honor victims of two 2013 shooting incidents Saturday.
Four area pet stores are offering the Salem community an easy way to help homeless animals this holiday season with Giving Trees: Select an ornament, buy the item and leave it at the front counter or in the donation box.
That would diminish each man's contributions, for they were unique individuals, in unique settings, fighting a common foe: racial injustice.
One Fair World will sell fair-traded crafts and products from developing countries, Medical Foundation of Marion-Polk County will sell poinsettias, and Mujeres Luchadoras Progresistas will have wreaths for sale.
Anyone who read the horrific details of how Michael Serapis Freeman sexually abused a young relative for years and photographed it for others to view would demand that he be put "in prison for life.
A Salem man has been sentenced to 50 years in prison for producing pornography of two girls.
The last of the demolition debris from the house on River Road S has been hauled away for recycling.