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Anna Reed

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Salem, OR, United States

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Past articles by Anna:

Riggins, Idaho: Where the rivers meet, a town guards its lifeblood from wildfire

Riggins\u00a0is a town for tourists. Getting on the water is part of life. So is wildfire. → Read More

Court Street NE between Cottage, Capitol streets NE to close during SEUI rally

Road closed on Court Street NE between Cottage Street NE and Capitol Street NE Monday during the Service Employees International Union rally. → Read More

Chef's Nite Out celebrates 20 years for the Marion-Polk Food Share

The 20th annual Chef's Nite Out, a fundraiser benefiting the Marion-Polk Food Share, at the Salem Convention Center on Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018. → Read More

Melodies fill downtown Silverton for Sidewalk Shindig

Silverton Sidewalk Shindig, a culture of music festival, in downtown Silverton on Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018. → Read More

A mad dash through the park

Rainbow squids, balloon dogs and birthday cakes topped the runners in the Mad Hatter Dash in West Salem on Saturday morning. → Read More

WATCH: Volcanoes players show-off their baseball superstitions

Salem-Keizer Volcanoes players show-off their baseball superstitious rituals. → Read More

VIDEO: Staying cool on the Willamette River in Keizer

Boaters, floaters, kayakers, swimmers and more take to the Willamette River in Keizer to beat the heat on Sunday, July 15, 2018. A heat advisory is in effect for Salem and Keizer through Monday evening. → Read More

VIDEO: Searching for the U.S. Capitol Christmas tree in Oregon

Rangers are on the hunt for trees that would be good candidates for this year's U.S. Capitol Christmas tree, which will come from the Willamette National Forest. → Read More

WATCH: Hundreds attend Families Belong Together Rally in Salem

Hundreds attend a Families Belong Together Rally, part of a nationwide series of protests against the separation of parents and children at U.S. borders, at the Oregon State Capitol in Salem on Saturday, June 30, 2018. → Read More

WATCH: Hundreds attend Families Belong Together Rally in Salem

Hundreds attend a Families Belong Together Rally, part of a nationwide series of protests against the separation of parents and children at U.S. borders, at the Oregon State Capitol in Salem on Saturday, June 30, 2018. → Read More

Dragon Boat Races provide colorful anchor for World Beat in Salem

Part of the 21st annual World Beat Festival at Riverfront Park in Salem, this year's Dragon Boat Races were shorter and faster. → Read More

How Salem Police build relationships with the homeless population downtown

Salem Police get to know many of the people who are homeless downtown by name. The relationships they form help to build trust. → Read More

VIDEO: Academic Decathlon in Oregon

The Central High School Academic Decathlon team in Independence is the only one in the state of Oregon. → Read More

Salem residents in need of water get help

Water supplied by Marion-Polk Food Share was delivered out to Meals on Wheels recipients who are affected by the Salem water crisis. Each client received a case of water, enough to get them through the weekend. → Read More

Search continues for possible drowning victim

The Salem Fire Water Rescue team and the Albany Fire and Linn County Sheriff's Office Dive Team search for a man who was spotted swimming in Mission Lake in Salem on Wednesday evening, but disappeared under the water. → Read More

WATCH: Keizer businesses offer up clean water to Salem residents

The Keizer Chamber of Commerce asked willing businesses to open up their faucets for Salem residents in need of clean water. → Read More

Bottled water shortages in Salem follow report of toxins in tap water

Grocery stores across Salem are reporting a growing shortage of bottled water following reports of a fouled tap water supply. → Read More

VIDEO: This service dog alerts her owner of heart problems

Eleanor Miller, 77, of Salem, lives with a heart condition that her 8-year-old Yorkshire terrier, Fiona, senses and warns her of before symptoms can be felt. → Read More

2-Minute Drill: Halle Wright

Cascade girls basketball player Halle Wright talks Burger King, Lebron James and fly fishing. → Read More

VIDEO: West Salem students lead raw demonstration on impaired driving

The dramatization showed the reality of drinking and driving for students ahead of prom and graduation season. → Read More