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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
The head of the Liquor Control Commission promises lots of transparency and attention to public wishes.
Oregon veterinarian caught up in SE Asian judicial system
The new nation of Timor-Leste has tossed the woman into jail without bail.
Kitzhaber holding lead in Oregon governor's race
A poll finds the incumbent retains his 7 percentage point advantage despite weeks of headlines about his wife's state business arrangements and 1997 green-card marriage.
Oregon's first lady admits secret green card marriage
Cylvia Hayes, who is engaged to Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber, admitted at a press conference yesterday that she married an Ethiopian immigrant 17 years ago in exchange for $5,000. The Governor, she said, was not aware of the marriage, which was her third, until it was exposed by the Willamette Week earlier this week.
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