May 23, 2018
Salem-News.com (Jan-15-2018 18:12)
Multiple Gunshots Leave Man Dead in Newberg Friday NightSalem-News.com
At this time there have not been any arrests in the case.
(NEWBERG, Ore.) -
On Friday, January 12, 2018 at approximately 11:41 p.m., officers from the Newberg-Dundee Police Department responded to a report of gunshots in the area of Main and E Second Street.
Salem-News.com (Jan-15-2018 15:30)
Gresham Man Arrested For Manslaughter After Fatal Crash on Hwy 26Salem-News.com
The motorcycle rider was killed, and the van driver was charged with Manslaughter II, DUII, and Assault II.
(GRESHAM, Ore.) -
According to the preliminary investigation, police say a white 2003 Chrysler Town and Country van, operated by 54-year old Robert E. Walsh of Gresham, was traveling westbound on US 26.
Salem-News.com (Jan-06-2018 15:40)
Call for Senator Orrin Hatch to be Named in Opioid Lawsuits NationwideMarianne Skolek-Perez Salem-News.com Investigative Reporter
This past week U.S. Senator Orrin Hatch (Utah) announced his retirement from the Senate at 83 years old.
(MYRTLE BEACH, SC) -
Before Mr. Hatch attends his retirement party as Chairman of the U.S. Senate Finance Committee, maybe some vital matters should be addressed.
Salem-News.com (Dec-26-2017 22:34)
Fugitive Accused in Oregon Deputy`s Death Arrested In Mexico After 10 years on the RunSalem-News.com
The suspect fled the country in 2007 after being accused of causing two deaths in a head-on car crash.
(SALEM, Ore.) -
On June 16, 2007 Deputy Fredinburg was enroute to an emergency call on Highway 99E when his patrol car was struck head-on by a vehicle driven by De Jesus Ascencio.
Salem-News.com (Dec-08-2017 17:37)
Lynn R. Webster, MD Sets Standard for DEA InvestigationsMarianne Skolek-Perez Salem-News.com Investigative Reporter
Following the trail of the prescription opioid epidemic and the DEA's efforts to expose the purveyors.
(MYRTLE BEACH, SC) -
In 2013, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) launched an investigation of then-president-elect of the American Academy of Pain Medicine (AAPM) Lynn R. Webster, MD, related to overdose deaths at Webster’s Lifetree Pain Clinic in Salt Lake City.
Salem-News.com (Dec-06-2017 20:56)
Hwy 97 Two-Vehicle Crash Kills Bend ManSalem-News.com
Alcohol and speed are being investigated as possible contributing factors.
(DESCHUTES COUNTY, Ore.) -
Police say that a silver 2006 Nissan Quest, operated by 55-year old Shannon Ray Rogers, of Goldendale, Washington, was traveling northbound when for unknown reasons, struck the rear of a northbound white 1981 Toyota pickup, operated by 56-year old Brian Jay Harris, of Bend, according to the preliminary investigation.
Salem-News.com (Dec-05-2017 18:12)
McMinnville Infant Death Investigated as HomicideSalem-News.com
Officials say the baby sustained abusive head trauma that led to her death.
(McMINNVILLE, Ore.) -
McMinnville Fire and Police Departments personnel were dispatched November 21, 2017 to an apartment attached to the residence at 1125 NE Irvine Street on a report of a 7-week old baby girl that wasn't breathing.
Salem-News.com (Nov-27-2017 15:15)
Fentanyl Overdose Death Investigation in Wisconsin Leads to Portland ArrestSalem-News.com
Selling & buying illegal drugs on the Dark Net is a bad choice.
(PORTLAND, Ore.) -
In Oregon, 80 people have died in accidental overdoses from synthetic opioids since 2014, and the deaths are increasing according to the Oregon State Medical Examiner's Office.
Salem-News.com (Nov-22-2017 09:44)
Polk County Grand Jury Unanimously Finds Officer Involved Shooting JustifiedSalem-News.com
"...use of deadly force was lawful and justified"
(DALLAS, Ore.) -
On Tuesday, a Polk County Grand Jury unanimously found that Polk County Sheriff's Sergeant Kevin Haynes and Polk County Sheriff's Deputy Kelly Lorence were justified in using deadly force when they shot and killed 17-year old Baltazar Escalona-Baez, of Silverton, on the morning of October 28, 2017.
Salem-News.com (Nov-20-2017 18:58)
Salem Health Responds to Opioid EpidemicSalem-News.com
Salem Health Responds to Opioid Epidemic
(SALEM, Ore.) -
Everywhere you turn, this trend has been in the news. But this news isn’t fake. Statistics in Oregon alone back up the claim: