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Home Rule petitioners move to strike lawsuit against them

Parties on both sides of a lawsuit over the legality of a Home Rule Charter ballot measure have asked the court to decide in their favor without moving forward to… 13 more words

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DA Clears Sheriff's Deputy In Shooting Caught On Body Camera

LITTLETON, Colo. (CBS4) – The Douglas County district attorney has cleared a sheriff’s deputy in a shooting that was captured on video by the officer’s body camera. 102 more words


Level 2 evacuation notice issued in Douglas County due to wildfires; Hwy 138E could close 

GLIDE, Ore. – The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office issued a Level 2 evacuation notice for residents in the Moore Hill Lane community to be Set to leave at a moment’s YOU MUST PREPARE TO LEAVE AT A MOMENT’S NOTICE, the sheriff’s office said in a press releas… 16 more words


Teen Sentenced For Threatening To 'Make School Living Nightmare'

CASTLE ROCK, Colo. (CBS4) – A judge sentenced a teenage girl to four years in youth corrections for threatening her school.

It happened almost two years ago when Sienna Johnson, along with… 264 more words


Home Rule Charter certified for November ballot

A proposed Home Rule Charter that would dramatically restructure county government has been certified for the November ballot.

The petitioners turned in 4,400 signatures, well over the requisite 3,000, about a week ahead of the Aug. 44 more words

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Water restrictions on Douglas County streams begin later this year

It’s been a good water year in Douglas County with a good rainy season, and a banner snow season in the mountains.

But Umpqua Basin Watermaster Susan Douthit said she has already implemented some water restrictions, and others will follow in the next few days. 23 more words

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A look at the data: Foster care and drug addiction in Oregon

The rates of children entering the foster care system in Douglas County and the rest of southern Oregon are skyrocketing, despite similar rates plummeting across the state. 51 more words

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