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Name: Sarah Armento
Date registered: May 23, 2012

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  1. Pipeline Bill First in New Senate — December 16, 2014
  2. Demonstrators Rally Against Racism — December 15, 2014
  3. Airlines Get $1B From Baggage Fees — December 15, 2014
  4. Sony Hackers Promise More Information — December 14, 2014
  5. Police Arrest Second Shooting Suspect — December 14, 2014

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  1. Fatal Semi Crash Closes I-5 Ramp — 12 comments
  2. Police Prep for Marijuana Laws — 9 comments
  3. Judge Strikes Down Same-Sex Marriage Ban — 6 comments
  4. Panera Bans Guns in its Restaurants — 6 comments
  5. Body Pulled From McKenzie River — 5 comments

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Pipeline Bill First in New Senate

(CNN) — When Republicans take control of the senate next month, expect the Keystone Pipeline to be on top of their to-do list. Incoming Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says legislation authorizing construction of the pipeline will be the first bill scheduled for a vote. McConnell says the pipeline, which would connect Canada’s oil sands … Continue reading »

Demonstrators Rally Against Racism

EUGENE, Ore. — Demonstrators turned out in Eugene Monday, calling for an end to what they consider police violence. Protestors were out at the Wayne Morse Free Speech Plaza showing solidarity with cities across the country. Organizers say they’re rallying against the lack of accountability in the killings of Michael Brown and Eric Garner. “Local … Continue reading »

Airlines Get $1B From Baggage Fees

(CNN) — Travelers paid $1 billion to US airlines last quarter to carry their suitcases. Monday the Department of Transportation reported the 27 U.S. airlines collected $960 million in baggage fees. That’s up 9 percent from the same period last year, but that number pales in comparison to ticket fares. Actual ticket fares brought in $34 … Continue reading »

Sony Hackers Promise More Information

(CNN) — Things could get worse for Sony Pictures. The group behind the recent hacking is promising to release more sensitive data from last month’s cyber break-in. In a message posted online, the group said: “We are preparing for you a Christmas gift. The gift will be larger quantities of data. And it will be … Continue reading »

Police Arrest Second Shooting Suspect

(KGW) PORTLAND, Ore. — Portland police said they arrested second man in connection with Friday’s shooting outside an alternative high school. Marquel Dugas, 18, was arrested Saturday on a probation violation. Police believe he was one of three men involved in the shooting near Rosemary Anderson High School, according to Sgt. Pete Simpson. Investigators are … Continue reading »

Police Investigate Deadly Hwy 126 Crash

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Oregon State Police are investigating a deadly crash near Springfield. Troopers say just before 8 p.m. Saturday a car was westbound on Highway 126 when it traveled off the road and hit a tree. They say the driver, Richard Corgain from Eugene, was extracted from the car. The 67-year-old died at the … Continue reading »

Crash Near Bandon Kills 2

BANDON, Ore. — Oregon State Police say speed and alcohol may have been factors in a deadly crash near Bandon. Troopers say just before 8 a.m. Sunday a car driven by 20-year-old Christopher Coney from Coos Bay was southbound on Highway 101 when it traveled off the road and hit several trees. Coney and a … Continue reading »

Senate Passes Spending Bill

(CNN) — Saturday the Senate voted in favor of a $1.1 trillion spending measure. It will keep funds slowing through most of the government for much of 2015. Had the measure not been reached, funding for the government would have ended Saturday evening. The vote, which passed by 56 to 40, came about an hour after … Continue reading »

Radiance Orb on Display

EUGENE, Ore. – An interactive orb will be on display at the Hult Center Tuesday. The orb was designed by a local start up Light at Play. Light at Play includes artists and technologists who work with software and lighting. The radiance orb will be on display at the Hult Center from 6-7 p.m. It … Continue reading »

Rest Stop Program Expands

EUGENE, Ore. – The City of Eugene’s rest stop program will expand. City Councilors gave the go-ahead for it at Monday night’s council meeting. If a site has a good history over the past six months, it will expand from 15 to 20 overnight campers. This applies to the two existing sites that are currently … Continue reading »

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