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Willamette U. football player held on murder charge
The senior chemistry major is charged in the death of a 66-year-old man.
Oregon leader: We'll legalize pot our way
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Oregon veterinarian caught up in SE Asian judicial system
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Kitzhaber holding lead in Oregon governor's race
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