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Past articles by Dejania:

Power restored for over 3,000 customers in Northeast Salem

Power has been restored in Northeast Salem after an outage Tuesday impacted over 3,000 Portland General Electric customers, according to PGE. → Read More

Tips to prepare for holiday season travel and ways to secure your home

The holiday season is here and that means people are hitting the road to celebrate with friends and family. → Read More

Gov. Kate Brown tests positive for COVID-19 after Vietnam trip

The governor said on Twitter Saturday that she is recuperating at home. → Read More

Salem Public Library to host event for Transgender Day of Remembrance

The event will be hosted in Salem Public Library's Loucks Auditorium on Sunday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. → Read More

Salem man arrested for alleged involvement in South Salem stabbing

A 31-year-old Salem man was arrested Tuesday for his alleged involvement in a stabbing in South Salem earlier this month, according to Salem Police. → Read More

Retired truck driver in Salem wins $1 million from lottery ticket

Brooks Keebey won $1 million from a Powerball ticket on Nov. 7, making him one of two winners in Oregon during the biggest jackpot in lottery history. → Read More

Rising stink bug population poses threat to Oregon crops

The insect feeds on at least 170 plants, particularly vegetables, pears, apples and hazelnuts. → Read More

Salem tree-cutting employee sentenced to life in prison for killing coworker

Jonathan Alexis Gonzales-Salcido, 25, was sentenced to life in prison for murder in the second degree for shooting Ryan Ray Muniz, 31, of Keizer. → Read More

Oregon health officials to make calls encouraging second dose for monkeypox vaccine

The Oregon Health Authority said the calls will be from state public health staff and are legitimate. → Read More

Election 2022 results: Oregon voters to weigh in on 4 state measures

Healthcare, slavery, an attendance policy and gun laws are on the November ballot in Oregon. → Read More

Quinaby Road open after truck gets tangled in power lines

Quinaby Road is open after a truck became tangled in power lines and closed the road this morning. → Read More

Salem Health nurse under investigation for video mocking patient

In the video, the nurse makes faces as a patient is heard groaning in apparent pain. The caption read, "When a patient has poor coping skills." → Read More

1 person injured in crash on 13th and Hines streets in Salem

There is no information on other reported injuries at this time, according to Deputy Chief Brian Carrara. → Read More

State board revokes police certifications for 9 officers in Oregon

Two of the officers who had their police certifications revoked on Thrusday have worked at the Marion County Sheriff's Office and Oregon State Police. → Read More

Salem man dies in single vehicle crash on Highway 154

Oregon State Police said speed and impairment are being investigated as contributing factors in the crash. → Read More

Oregon drivers can use studded tires starting Nov. 1 with winter weather

The Oregon Department of Transportation recommends using alternatives such as chains or traction tires that may cause less road damage. → Read More

Salem man charged with manslaughter for crash on Cordon Road NE

Alcohol was determined as a contributing factor to the crash, according to the Marion County Sheriff's Office. → Read More

Portland General Electric restores power for nearly 2,000 Salem customers

The outage was reported around 10:42 a.m., according to Portland General Electric. → Read More

Oregon Supreme Court Chief Justice Walters announces retirement after 16 years

Gov. Kate Brown said she intends to fill the judicial vacancy created by Walter's retirement. The deadline for applications is 5 p.m. Wednesday. → Read More

2 Salem residents charged with neglecting 87 cats

Sherie Adams and Mitchell Farm were arraigned on 87 counts of alleged animal neglect for failing to provide minimum care for animals in their custody. → Read More