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The Oregon State Sheriffs Association's president says pot legalization would "tear families apart."
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The state produces 99 percent of the U.S. hazelnut crop. Turkey's hazelnut growers suffered losses that are still being determined.
Missing Oregon woman found dead.
After a nearly two week search, the body of the missing mother was discovered.
Oregon woman in custody for death of daughter
Oregon woman faces charges of aggravated murder and attempted aggravated murder after her two-year-old daughter was found dead at an Oregon resort.
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The Wednesday event will feature the league's best against a top international team, Bayern Munich, but Timbers' owners also view it as a chance to showcase the city.
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