UNION COUNTY:  Assault and Weapons charges

UNION COUNTY: Assault and Weapons charges

Wednesday afternoon, Matthew Henry Woodford, 37 were arrested for several assault and weapons charges. The Union County Sheriff’s Department arrested Woodford for Assault II x 2, Unlawful Use of a Weapon.See More

UNION COUNTY:  Studded tire season nearing

UNION COUNTY: Studded tire season nearing

According to the Oregon Department of Transportation studded tire season will begin November 1st. Normally, the season goes through March 31st. Last season the Oregon Department of Transportation extended.See More

UNION COUNTY:  Saving lives can be a risk

UNION COUNTY: Saving lives can be a risk

From 2007-2017, of the 1,641 officers killed in the line of duty, more than one-third (39%) of those were killed in traffic-related incidents. In 2017 alone, 47 officers were killed in traffic-related incidents.See More

EASTERN OREGON:  Air Stagnation Advisory issued

EASTERN OREGON: Air Stagnation Advisory issued

An Air Stagnation Advisory has been issued by the National Weather Service for the majority of Eastern Oregon and areas of Washington. This advisory is in effect until Tuesday, October 23rd at 10 am. An Air Stagnation.See More

HINES: Woman arrested on meth warrants

HINES: Woman arrested on meth warrants

A woman was arrested by Hines Police yesterday afternoon following a subject stop. Heather Brown, 29, reportedly took off on foot but apparently wasn’t faster than Hines Police Officers. Dispatch logs show the subject held a valid See More

 
PORTLAND:  Pendleton man found guilty

PORTLAND: Pendleton man found guilty

Court documents and evidence presented at the trial indicated that Britton was staying at a residence shared by the victim and her mother on the Umatilla Indian Reservation during the month of June 2016.See More

SPRINGFIELD:  Firefighters are under fire

SPRINGFIELD: Firefighters are under fire

Police in Springfield believes a man intentionally set a house fire that spread to three other homes to set up an ambush for firefighters Wednesday morning. Lt. Scott McKee said when the responders began to.See More