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Business · Seattle
Papa Murphy’s cookie dough linked to Oregon Salmonella outbreak
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, along with state and federal agencies, are investigating reports of 18 salmonella infections in at least half a dozen states that may have come from raw cookie dough sold at Papa Murphy’s. See the Story
63% Center coverage: 79 sources
Salem, Oregon · Salem
Fish, clam and crab for free during Free Fishing Weekend June 3-4
Everyone can fish, clam and crab for free in Oregon during the first weekend of June.See the Story
Ontario, Oregon · Ontario
Merkley discusses multiple topics during Ontario town hall
ONTARIO — U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley gathered with members of the local community at Veterans Memorial Hall on Saturday morning to update constituents on his work in Washington, D.C., to answer their questions and to invite their suggestions about how…See the Story
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Umatilla · Umatilla
Nighttime delays start June 5 in eastern Oregon
UMATILLA - Motorists should expect nighttime delays of up to 20 minutes starting June 5 and continuing through mid-June on various eastern highways and local roads. These delays will accommodate an oversized transport scheduled to travel during eight evenings as…See the Story
North America · John Day
Oregon man suspected of fatally shooting police officer in Malheur County arrested
Nyssa officer Joseph Johnson, 43, died Saturday night after a man he had pursued in a car shot at him. The man fled and Johnson was dead when sheriff's officers and medical workers arrived. Johnson had been responding to reports the man was making threats and damaging property.See the Story
64% Center coverage: 22 sources
Douglas County, Nevada · Douglas County
20-30 Club hosts Easter Egg hunt
The events will occur at Francis Wong Stadium and Paauilo Gym. Both events are free and open to the public. The event is made possible by a partnership with Hamakua-Kohala Health. For more information about the Parks and Rec's Easter events, contact the Recreation Division at (808) 961-8740.See the Story
67% Center coverage: 3 sources
Abortion · Idaho
Idaho governor signs ban on ‘abortion trafficking’
Republican Idaho Gov. Brad Little on Wednesday signed into law a new bill making it a crime for an adult to help a minor obtain an abortion or abortion pills out-of state without parental permission. See the Story
54% Center coverage: 117 sources
North America · Athens
Today in History
Rebecca Henderson is a journalist and historian in Johnson City, Tennessee. Do you have a comment or a suggestion about today's column? Reach out to her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Today's featured news story is a look back at an event that happened in the city's history.See the Story
47% Left coverage: 36 sources
District of Columbia Politics · Washington
What end of public health emergency means for COVID-19 treatment
The federal COVID-19 Public Health Emergency is slated to end May 11 -- and with it comes the reality that the CDC will then have to work with less data in order to track the virus and its new variants. See the Story
59% Center coverage: 107 sources
Amber Alert: Nampa police ask for help finding 2-year-old boy last seen at gas station
Rudy Oziah Reyes, 2, was taken from a yard by his non-custodial father in the late morning. Rodolfo Reyes, 36, 5-foot-9 and 190 pounds, is known to carry a pistol. A vehicle that is being sought is a dark gray 2018 Honda Civic.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 4 sources
Detroit, Michigan · Detroit
Detroit Board of Police Commissioners says it’s under investigation
Glynn County Commissioner Bo Clark watched in disbelief Saturday when he saw a video for the first time of what appears to be an intoxicated teenager. Family of 19-year-old Trent Lehrkamp left at the hospital emergency room last week covered in spray paint, his clothes soaked in urine and barely breathing.See the Story
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