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  • Reunited mother, daughter seeking court records

    ST. LOUIS (AP) — A woman who recently reunited with her 49-year-old daughter filed a petition Monday seeking court files and adoption records that might shed light on what exactly happened in 1965 at Homer G. Phillips Hospital in St. Louis, where the mother says she was told her newborn baby was dead.

  • Study: Trace amount of drilling fluid found in water well

    Toxic fluids used in drilling and hydraulic fracturing likely escaped an unlined borehole and migrated thousands of feet into a residential drinking-water supply in Pennsylvania, according to a study published Monday.

  • Former US leader Clinton praises Liberia progress on Ebola

    MONROVIA, Liberia (AP) — Former President Bill Clinton said Monday he was pleased to see Liberia's progress in the fight against the deadly Ebola disease, and urged residents of the West African nation to support those who survived.

  • Polish doctors perform rare throat-area transplant

    WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Polish surgeons said Monday they have successfully performed a rare and extensive transplant of the throat area.

POLITICAL NEWS

Oregon lawmakers advance expanded background check bill

An Oregon bill expanding background checks to encompass nearly all gun sales in the state made it through the Legislature on Monday, overcoming obstacles that stymied two previous attempts to pass similar laws.

Hillary is moving left, but she isn’t divorcing Bill (politically speaking)

Hillary Clinton is distancing herself from her husband. She’s disavowing his policies. She’s abandoning his legacy!

Krauthammer: Ben Carson lacks experience

Charles Krauthammer told viewers Monday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that Ben Carson, who announced his presidential candidacy today, was “charming and disarming and understated.”

Clinton campaign contest offers Mother's Day phone call from Hillary

Hillary Clinton has figured out a way to monetize Mother’s Day — inviting supporters to enter a contest where she’ll ring up Mom just in case you forget to send flowers.

Clinton agrees to testify this month before House committee on Benghazi, private emails

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has agreed to testify on Capitol Hill this month about two controversial issues when she was secretary of state -- the fatal terror attacks in Benghazi, Libya, and using a private server and emails for official business, her attorney said Tuesday.

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LOCAL HAPPENINGS

  • Murder suspect takes the stand

    Donald Matzke took the stand during his murder trial in Linn County Circuit Court on Monday morning, testifying that he bull-rushed a belligerent Tim Miller with a knife because he thought he …

  • Public Safety Log (May 5)

    ALBANY POLICE

  • Woman hospitalized after Shedd car crash

    A Halsey woman was taken by helicopter ambulance to Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center in Corvallis after a car crash in Shedd on Sunday afternoon.

  • Central Elementary seeks information on history

    The 2015-16 school year will mark 100 years for Central School. In preparation, Central Elementary’s PTA is seeking photos, personal stories and memorabilia from former students, staff and the…

  • WinCo files land-use permit for Kmart site

    The city of Albany has received a land-use application from WinCo to construct a store at the site of the former Kmart.

  • Robert Cray Band, Los Lonely Boys top concert lineup

    LEBANON — Guitars Under the Stars has announced the lineup for its second annual event, scheduled for Friday, Aug. 7-9 at Cheadle Lake Park. Organizers say 18 acts will be taking part in the t…

  • Man arrested after firing shots out window

    An Albany man was arrested Sunday night after firing a pistol out his window, drawing multiple police officers to the scene.

  • Corrections

    MISSING PARTS: Part of the story in Monday's DH about the Boys & Girls Club of Albany's Football Clinic was missing, along with reporter Steve Lathrop's byline. Here is the missing portion…

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FOX NEWS

  • May The Fourth Be With You

    Okay, Nerds, go ahead and geek out all you want… FOX News Radio’s Eben Brown explains.   May the 4th. Like, May the Fourth be with you. So yes, today’s [Monday’s] the day you get to celebrate all George Lucas has given us, oki-day? Ever since you saw that trailer for the new film on YouTube… All the old guys and girls are back, like Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher. Not back for this sequel, though, the famed 20th Century FOX fanfare before the opening theme. That’s because Disney bought Lucasfilm and is producing this next round of films in a galaxy far, far away. Eben Brown, FOX News Radio.

  • Junior Has An Emotional Win At Talladega

    A popular NASCAR driver sheds tears of joy at Talladega. FOX News Radio’s Steve Rappoport has a race recap: Victory lane merged with memory lane on a sunny Sunday afternoon… (Race Call) “Earnhardt trying to cover all spots… Dale Earnhardt Jr…. checkered flag at Talladega!” The call on FOX Sports. Dale Earnhardt Jr. scoring an emotional first victory of the season at the Alabama track where his late father won ten times. (Earnhardt Jr.) “All I ever want to do was is him proud and I feel like that when we win at those tracks where he was successful, that’s exactly what we’re doing.” Junior led a race-high 67 laps in his sixth career win at Talladega. Jimmie Johnson finished second, followed by Paul Menard, Ryan Blaney and Martin Truex Jr. Steve Rappoport, FOX News Radio.

  • Race For The 2016 Republican Presidential Nomination Heats Up [VIDEO]

    A former Silicon Valley CEO is now a Republican presidential candidate. Carly Fiorina makes her bid official. FOX News Radio’s Jared Halpern has more from Washington: Carly Fiorina, the first woman in the Republican race, is casting her self as a political outsider in a short campaign announcement video. (Fiorina) “Our founders never intended us to have a professional political class. They believed that citizens and leaders needed to step forward.” Fiorina has also made her gender a big part of her appeal, telling supporters and reporters Hillary Clinton can’t trumpet a war on women if she faces a woman. Like Clinton, Fiorina is forgoing a major campaign launch event. Instead, hosting an online town hall before stops in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina. In Washington, Jared Halpern, FOX News Radio. WATCH for more on this story: Another Republican setting his sights on the White House: retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, who spoke Monday at event in Detroit. FOX News Radio’s Jeff Monosso reports from Detroit: Dr. Ben Carson, making it official here in front of hundreds of supporters in his home town of Detroit. (Carson) “I’m Ben Carson and I’m a candidate for President of the United States.” …Saying that he’s running for President not as a politician, but as someone who has been called to serve to fix the direction of this country. Soft-spoken Carson also saying that he’s not politically correct but became a political star among Conservatives with his views on President Obama’s policies. Carson — the only high-profile African American expected in the GOP’s presidential primary. In Detroit, Jeff Monosso, FOX News Radio. LISTEN to FOX News Radio’s special coverage of Dr. Ben Carson’s presidential run announcement:

  • Britain’s Royal Couple Welcomes A Princess, And The Name Is…

    Britain’s royal baby has arrived — and now, we know the name of the new princess. FOX News Radio’s Simon Owen reports from London. Prince William and wife Kate naming their second child Charlotte Elizabeth Diana.  And she’ll be known as Princess Charlotte of Cambridge. Diana thought to be a nod to William’s late mother Princess Diana. Elizabeth a tribute to the current Queen, but it’s also Kate’s mother’s middle name. While Charlotte is also the middle name of Kate’s sister Pippa. Here in Britain today — a 62-gun salute to mark the birth, at the Tower of London. In London, Simon Owen, FOX News Radio. WATCH for more on this story:

  • Terror In Texas: Shooting Outside Muhammad Art Contest [VIDEO]

    A security officer is recovering after being shot outside an art contest for cartoons showing prophet Muhammad. FOX News Radio’s Tonya J. Powers has the story. The men had driven up as the event was ending, and began shooting at the security officer. Police returned fire, killing them. YouTube user “theunitedwest” posted a video from the center during the attack… (Sound From YouTube Video) “Police officer’s been shot, two suspects have been shot… Possibly have explosives on them, okay… that’s what we’re worried about right now…” The contest was hosted by the American Freedom Defense Initiative, and had planned to award $10,000 for the best cartoon depicting Muhammad. Mainstream Islamic tradition holds that any physical depiction of Muhammad is considered blasphemy. Tonya J. Powers, FOX News Radio.  WATCH for more on this story:

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