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Forced medication of robbery suspect halted by court

Oreogn Supreme Court justices intervene in local armed robbery case

Fire hits Maupin Lodge, destroys roof

The River Run Lodge bed and breakfast in Maupin caught fire Sunday evening, and the lone occupant at the time got out safely, according to police logs.

Fire does heavy damage to mobile home

A structure fire in The Dalles during the early morning hours of Dec. 26 is believed to have been the result of by an electrical malfunction and caused about $125,000 of damage.

Winter weather UPDATES

OCDC Headstart: The Dalles site 2 hour delay. Odell site 2 hour delay.

School delays UPDATED

All North Wasco County Schools will be on a 2 hour delay for Wednesday, December 11th, 2013. No AM Kindergarten, No AM MAST and No AM Early Intervention.

North Wasco County schools scheduled for delays

Weather calls for two-hour delays Tuesday

All North Wasco County Schools will be on a two-hour delay for Tuesday, Dec. 10.

One late open on Interstate 84 westbound milepost 69

After nearly an hour closure, traffic is now open through the area of a car-pickup crash at Milepost 69 westbound on Interstate 84.

Body found in the Columbia River near The Dalles Dam

The body of an unknown woman was found in the Columbia River near The Dalles Dam on Tuesday and authorities believe she had been in the water for a “period of time.”

Pool to remain closed next summer

The Thompson Park pool in The Dalles will not operate this summer, but remain closed until completion of a replacement pool scheduled to open on Memorial Day, 2015.

Pool bond passes with 20 percent margin

With fewer than 150 ballots left to count, Measure 33-80 to replace The Dalles' public swimming pool is passing 60 percent to 40 percent at the polls.

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Missing man is found

UPDATE: The Dalles Police report that the missing man has been found.

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West end schools locked down during felon search

Two west The Dalles schools were briefly placed on lockdown this morning after a disturbance allegedly involving an armed man.

Jury: MCMC to pay $2.4 million in damages

Jury deliberations have concluded, and MCMC is to pay $2.4 million in compensatory damages to three plaintiffs. Duane Francis and and Diane Storby not guilty of wrongdoing.

TD officer injured during rape investigation

Man killed in gunfire exchange A The Dalles city police officer who was shot and wounded by a fleeing person of interest in a rape case returned fire, killing the man Wednesday night in Wishram.

Officer: lack of reports hindered arrest in sex abuse case

Attorney Gregory Kafoury orchestrated a line of questioning Friday intended to show Mid-Columbia Medical Center’s failure to be forthcoming about sex abuse complaints against an anesthesiologist could have provided him with time to molest an employee.


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