Dairy Queen Data Breach

(CNN) — Dairy Queen says hackers got a hold of customer credit card information. The Wall Street Journal reports Dairy Queen says the “Back-off” malware affected 395 locations between August and October. Customer names, credit and debit card numbers and expiration dates were compromised. According to Bloomberg, Dairy Queen says fewer than 600,000 cards were … Continue reading »

Man Fired for Complaining About Comcast

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — A California accountant says complaining about his cable service cost him his job. Conal O’Rourke was fired earlier this year from PricewaterhouseCoopers–it does consulting work for Comcast. O’Rourke says he was charged over $1,800 for equipment he never received and didn’t need. He refused to pay and the account was turned … Continue reading »

Hayes Admits Illegal Marriage

PORTLAND, Ore. — Just days before ballots go out, Oregon Governor Kitzhaber’s fiancée Cylvia Hayes just revealed that she illegally married an 18-year-old Ethiopian immigrant in 1997. In a press conference Thursday, Hayes admitted to marrying the man to help him gain United States residency. A tearful Hayes called it “a marriage of convenience,” saying the … Continue reading »

Tip Leads to Multiple Arrests

SWEET HOME, Ore. — The search for a fugitive in Sweet Home led to the arrest of four people. The Linn County Sheriff’s Office says they found Jerald Erikson hiding in a home on Brush Creek Road wanted for fleeing the courthouse after he was found guilty of theft. They also found Mark Idzal, Jacqueline … Continue reading »

Measure 88: Driver Cards

MEDFORD, Ore. — State Ballot Measure 88 was created in response to Senate Bill 833, passed and signed into law in 2013. The law allows the state to give out driver cards, not licenses, to people who meets all other identification and driving qualifications, but cannot prove they are legally in the country. Those opposed to … Continue reading »

In-N-Out Burger Sends Scouts to Medford

MEDFORD, Ore. — There is a lot of talk about In-N-Out Burger moving a location to Medford. However, the famous burger joint said “nothing is for sure just yet.” The burger chain has filed a pre-application with the City of Medford and said it has real estate agents in the area scouting multiple locations for the … Continue reading »

Truck Slides Down Hill & Hits Tree

GRANTS PASS, Ore. – Oregon State Police is continuing its investigation into the cause of a commercial truck crash on Interstate 5. OSP says around 12:50 p.m., a 2010 freightliner truck pulling a semi-trailer loaded with lumber lost control while travelling uphill. The truck and trailer struck the metal guardrail, damaging several posts and sections … Continue reading »

OSP Arrests Man in Merlin Shooting

MERLIN, Ore. – Oregon State Police arrested a man involved in a shooting Monday night. OSP says around 9:23 p.m. troopers responded to 535 Pleasant Valley Rd. When they arrived they found a man outside the home with a gunshot wound. The 27-year old male victim was taken by ambulance to Rogue Regional Medical Center … Continue reading »

Water Released to Protect Salmon

KLAMATH BASIN, Ore. — The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation is increasing water flows in the Klamath River to fight a parasite attacking salmon. Officials say the increases from Iron Gate Dam near Hornbrook, California started Saturday and will run 10 days. They say this will prevent water from being released from Upper Klamath Lake, which … Continue reading »

Driver Arrested in Hit & Run Crash

WHITE CITY, Ore. – OSP arrested the driver involved in a pedestrian-involved serious injury hit & run crash on Highway 62 Saturday. OSP says on Monday, October 6 it received a citizen’s tip that led troopers to a White City-area business parking lot where a black 1997 Dodge Ram pickup with fresh body damage was … Continue reading »

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