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Salem police seek theft suspect of Salem homes, cars

According to FBI data, property crime in Oregon is on the rise. In 2016, there were 907 reported burglaries in Salem and 89 burglaries in Keizer. Here are a few tips from the Keizer Police Department on how to prevent break-ins and foil would-be burglars Wochit Salem police officials are asking the

STATESMAN JOURNAL - 2018-01-18 02:31:11

Corvallis pharmacy burglarized, suspects sought

CORVALLIS, Ore. -- Officers are looking for two men who reportedly stole medication from a Corvallis pharmacy. Officers with the Corvallis Police Department responded to reports of a robbery at Good Samaritan Pharmacy Friday, shortly after midnight. While they were en route, security guards sea

KEZI.COM - 2018-01-16 20:22:00

Border patrol agents arrest Marion County man convicted of rape, assault

A man convicted of rape and assault in Marion County was arrested in Arizona by Border Patrol agents Sunday. Agents patrolling the border near Lukeville, Arizona, arrested five men on suspicion of being in the United States illegally, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials. Among

STATESMAN JOURNAL - 2018-01-17 22:16:56

Police: Sandwich, beer left at Oregon arson scene lead officers to burglary suspects

DALLAS, Ore. - Detectives say beer cans, a ham sandwich, and a lost cell phone helped them track down two suspects in a burglary and arson investigation in Dallas, Oregon. Fire crews were called out to a home on SE Arizona Street around 7 p.m. on December 29 to put out a fire at a recently remodeled

KATU.COM - 2018-01-17 12:21:36

Thermopylae food cart has closed on Commercial Street

Subscribed, but don't have a login? In Greek mythology, Thermopylae, roughly translated to "hot gates," is known as the entrance to the world of the dead. Now, Salem's Thermopylae, a gyro and souvlaki cart that was parked on Commercial Street, has passed on to the food cart burialground. "We are out

STATESMAN JOURNAL - 2018-01-17 23:57:22

Police identify suspect in weekend break-ins in Salem neighborhood

Police are asking for the public's help in locating a man suspected in a series of thefts from homes and vehicles in south Salem over the weekend. Officers with the Salem Police Department said three different families on Martin Court South reported finding vehicles broken into Sunday morning and it

KPTV.COM - 2018-01-18 02:58:00

Homeless in RVs, vans, cars can no longer stay overnight at Walmart

Homeless people can no longer stay overnight in RVs, vans and cars at Walmart parking lots in the Mid-Willamette Valley after stores threatened to tow vehicles lingering past business hours. ANNA REED / Statesman Journal Homeless people can no longer stay overnight in RVs, vans and cars at Walmart

STATESMAN JOURNAL - 2018-01-18 02:45:09

Middle schooler diagnosed with meningococcal disease

A student at Linus Pauling Middle School in Corvallis has been hospitalized with meningococcal disease, public health officials announced on Wednesday. The student was admitted to the hospital on Sunday, health officials said, and testing is being done to determine which strain of the potentially de

ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD - 2018-01-17 19:38:00

Bond denied for Walmart shooting suspect

A Kosciusko man arrested for a fatal Saturday morning shooting at the Starkville Walmart is being held without bond in the Oktibbeha County Jail. Starkville police arrested 41-year-old William Thomas Chisolm in the store's parking lot Saturday morning after he shot and killed 42-year-old Shauna Wi

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Man charged with capital murder in Walmart shooting

STARKVILLE - A Kosciusko man will be charged with capital murder in the Saturday morning shooting death of his estranged girlfriend at the Starkville Walmart. Starkville Police Chief Frank Nichols said William Thomas "Tommy" Chisholm, 41, entered the Walmart around 9:30 a.m., and confronted Shauna W

NE MISSISSIPPI DAILY JOURNAL

Things you need to know

MHP Driver's License hours n The Mississippi Highway Patrol's mobile Driver's License office will be in Houston at the WIN Job Center at 210 South Monroe Street the third Monday of each month. They also will be at the National Guard Armory on Highway 32 in Okolona the third Wednesday and the Courtho

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Messenger remembered for impact on family, friends, community

The City of Clarksdale has lost one of its most well-known citizens of all-time, George Herbert Messenger. Messenger was born in Tchula, MS on November 25, 1939. He attended Immaculate Conception Catholic School and studied at Xavier University in New Orleans, LA. After his college years, he joined

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Motorcades, church services commemorate King's legacy

Although Jan. 15 is a calendar holiday, time leading up to it will offer opportunities for people to celebrate its significance - the birth of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. He would have been 89 years old this year. King was assassinated on April 4, 1968 at downtown Memphis' Lorraine M

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EMCC participating in Toyota pilot program

MAYHEW - East Mississippi Community College is among 12 schools nationwide selected by Toyota Motor Corp. to participate in a pilot program offering Automotive Technology students certification through the University of Toyota. EMCC will be the pilot school for the region represented by Gulf States

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Major Thoroughfare Program eyes intersection improvements

TUPELO - The Major Thoroughfare Program has authorized forward movement on a project intended to correct a misaligned intersection on West Main Street, one of the city's major transportation corridors. The project under consideration involves Monument Drive and Lumpkin Avenue. Both are north/south s

NE MISSISSIPPI DAILY JOURNAL

Chase ends with arrest, drug charges

WEST POINT - A Clay County man was arrested on drug charges after running from authorities Saturday. Clay County Sheriff Eddie Scott said a short vehicle pursuit and a brief foot chase ended in the Jan. 5 arrest of Timothy Gillespie, 38, of West Point. Deputies apprehended Gillespie in the woods off

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Jury fails to convict four men in Roosevelt Park murder

Only a handful of people know for sure what happened in Buffalo's Roosevelt Park on that cold December day eight years ago. Yes, Jabril Harper died, the victim of two gunshot wounds to the head. But the allegations of a murder-for-profit scheme have always gone unproven. After a nearly three-month t

BUFFALO NEWS - 2018-01-17 23:13:21

Buffalo woman charged after knife attack in front of children

A Buffalo woman charged with attacking a man with a kitchen knife faces a slew of charges, including assault and child endangerment, because five children were also in the home, Buffalo police said. Tia S. Dunovant, 30, was arrested at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, about five hours after the attack left a man

BUFFALO NEWS - 2018-01-17 19:18:04

Another day of frigid weather, 'insignificant' lake-effect snow; warmup by the weekend

This is the typically the coldest part of the calendar in Buffalo. It'll be 10 degrees colder than average today. Wind chills Wednesday are forecast to begin the day below zero and stay in the single digits behind a cold front that passed through the Buffalo Niagara region. Wind chills are forecast

BUFFALO NEWS - 2018-01-17 11:05:50

Niagara Falls City Council rejects pay cuts for elected officials

NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (WIVB) - Some city leaders in Niagara Falls wanted their colleagues to give themselves a pay cut Wednesday night. The city is desperately trying to find a way to save money. For 2019, Niagara Falls is looking at a $91 million budget. Newly elected councilman Chris Voccio proposed

WIVB - 2018-01-18 03:44:07