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Shelby Houlihan doping case overshadows Olympic track trials

EUGENE, Ore. — The House that Uncle Phil built, the new $200 million track and field stadium on the University of Oregon campus, comes with a barbershop, salon – manicure or pedicure, Tara Davis? – not much roof, and a number of food options. The most talked-about entrée at the U.S. Olympic Trials the next 10 days, however, is not on the stadium’s menu. The Court of Arbitration for Sport this week upheld the previously undisclosed four-year ban of Shelby Houlihan, the American record-holder at 1...
Tags: Japan, Oregon, Boston, New York City, Sports, Nike, Sport, Soccer, Olympics, Paris, Portland, Boston Marathon, Tokyo, Alberto Contador, Peta, Doha


Man Pleads Guilty to Hate Crime in Stabbing of Black Man

A Colorado man accused of stabbing another man in a racist attack at an Oregon truck stop has pleaded guilty to a federal hate crime.
Tags: Colorado, Oregon, Hate Crime in Stabbing of Black Man


You Can Soon Compost Dead Friends and Family in Oregon

If you’re freaked out by funerals and would rather be gardening instead, you’re in luck. There are now three states in the U.S. where you can legally compost a dead body.Read more...
Tags: Science, Oregon, Environment, Articles, Traditions, Compost, Composting Toilet, Cremation, Kate Brown, KOIN, Elizabeth Fournier, Vern, Human Interest, Embalming, Recompose, Death Customs


Oregon Lawmakers Discuss Amendment to 'Pause' Evictions

With the state and federal eviction moratorium set to expire at the end of June, Oregon lawmakers are hastily working on an amendment to keep financially struggling tenants housed and avoid mass evictions next month.
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Local report on federal compassionate release in Rhode Island raises questions about US Sentencing Commission data

A helpful reader made sure I saw this new reporting about federal compassionate release practices from a local source in the Ocean State under the headline "Federal inmates seeking early release in RI approved 40% of the time in 2020."  Here are excerpts (with a little emphasis added): More than one of every three federal inmates sentenced in Rhode Island who sought compassionate release last year was let go early from prison, according to data from the U.S. District Court in Rhode Island. A ne...
Tags: Law, Oregon, Smith, Rhode Island, Providence, Ocean State, U S District Court, Floyd, Johnston, USSC, William Smith, Burdick, Douglas A Berman, U S Sentencing Commission, US Sentencing Commission, Sentencing Commission


Hardest roster to make in the world: 10 to watch at US Olympic track and field trials

Hundreds of athletes, including familiar names, will be competing for a spot on the U.S. Olympic track and field team starting Sunday in Oregon.       [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Oregon, US, Usa Today


Drew Brees praises Justin Herbert during Chargers minicamp visit

Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert throws a pass during the team’s minicamp practice on Wednesday in Costa Mesa. (Photo by Paul Bersebach, Orange County Register/SCNG) Retired New Orleans Saints quarterback, and former San Diego Charger, Drew Breese takes a photo with the Los Angeles Chargers owner Dean Spanos during the Chargers minicamp in Costa Mesa, CA on Wednesday, June 16, 2021. (Photo by Paul Bersebach, Orange County Register/SCNG) Los Angeles Chargers’ wide receiver Austin Proehl (...
Tags: Minnesota, Oregon, Sports, New Orleans Saints, NFL, Drew Brees, Sport, Soccer, Chargers, Arizona Cardinals, Indianapolis Colts, Saints, Keenan Allen, Nbc Sports, Los-angeles-chargers, Lombardi


Many States Ending $300 Federal Unemployment Benefits Early

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Tags: Utah, Business, Florida, New York, Texas, News, Minnesota, Mississippi, Maryland, Colorado, California, Montana, Washington, Kentucky, Oregon, White House


Top progressives come out swinging against possible gas tax in bipartisan infrastructure plan since it would hurt lower-income Americans

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont). Jim Watson/Pool via AP Progressives are assailing the idea of indexing the gas tax to inflation, which forms part of the infrastructure blueprint. "Indexing the gas tax is just a way to raise taxes on working people next year instead of this year," a top Democrat said Wednesday. The possible bump to the gas tax could generate only $35 billion over a decade. See more stories on Insider's business page. Some key progressives are swinging at one particular...
Tags: Oregon, Senate, Trends, Ron Wyden, Sen Bernie Sanders, Senate Finance Committee, Schumer, Chuck Schumer, Center for American Progress, Joseph Zeballos Roig, Vermont Jim Watson Pool


Good news: ODOT will stripe bike lane at dangerous Lombard/42nd Avenue gap

View westbound on Lombard under 42nd Avenue overpass. The white line in the foreground is end of bike lane. On December 12th, 2015, new Portland resident Martin Greenough was riding home from work on Northeast Lombard. As he pedaled eastbound at the 42nd Avenue overpass he was hit from behind and killed by a drunk driver. Greenough was struck in a section of Lombard where there was a gap in the bike lane and the shoulder narrowed significantly. The City of Portland (who owns 42nd Avenue) an...
Tags: Oregon, Sport, Front Page, Infrastructure, Cycling, Portland, Lombard, Portland Bureau of Transportation, ODOT, Oregon Department of Transportation, Jonathan Maus, Martin Greenough, 42nd Avenue, Scott Kocher, Greenough, Jessica Horning


Oregon Gov. Brown Signs Human Composting Bill

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has signed a bill legalizing human composting.
Tags: Oregon, Kate Brown


New models predict fewer lightning-caused ignitions but bigger wildfires by mid century

Human-caused wildfire ignitions in Central Oregon are expected to remain steady over the next four decades and lightning-caused ignitions are expected to decline, but the average size of a blaze from either cause is expected to rise, Oregon State University modeling suggests.
Tags: Science, Oregon, Oregon State University


Portland Police Officer Indicted on Protest Assault Charge

A grand jury has returned an indictment against a Oregon police officer accusing him of hitting a Portland protester in the head with a baton in 2020.
Tags: Oregon, Portland


Oregon Inches Closer to Lifting COVID Restrictions

As Oregon inches closer to reaching the statewide vaccination target, at least 22 of the state’s 36 counties have moved into the “lower risk” level.
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I taste-tested over 20 vegan ice cream brands to find the best ones - these 6 topped my list

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Wildgood Ice cream is the perfect summer treat, and vegan options are more abundant than ever. Sure, you may have heard of Oatly and So Delicious, but the world of artisan vegan ice cream is vast. Here are 6 vegan ice cream brands you probably haven't heard of but need to try this summer. My picks include an olive oil ice cream, macadamia nut milk ice cream, and coconut meat ice cream. I am a full-t...
Tags: Reviews, Amazon, Food, New York, California, Oregon, Trends, Features, United States, Hawaii, Ice Cream, Seattle, Vegan, Mediterranean, Corfu, Southern California


Meet the mobile therapy startup backed by Christian Angermayer’s re:Mind Capital

Mental health startup Ksana Health has received $2 million in seed funding led by re:Mind Capital, the mental health VC arm of Christian Angermayer and Apeiron Investment Group. It’s a move informed by two trends: passive data collection, and a burgeoning mental health crisis in teens and young adults.  Ksana Health is an Oregon-based company founded two years ago by University of Oregon Professor Nicholas Allen , a clinical psychologist and director of the Center for Digital Mental Hea...
Tags: Health, TC, Oregon, Tech, Mental Health, Nevada, Therapist, Allen, Anthem Inc, University of Oregon, Vira, Clark County, Smart Device, Nicholas Allen, Compass Pathways, Christian Angermayer


Dysfunction, infighting grip Proud Boys in wake of Capitol riot

By Marshall Cohen | CNN A private Proud Boys audio chat that was made public Tuesday shows how the right-wing group fell into dysfunction and finger-pointing as its members got arrested after the US Capitol riot. Defense attorneys for Ethan Nordean, a leader of the Proud Boys in Washington state, released a rough transcript of the audio messages in a court filing. The FBI, which had seized Nordean’s cell phone, found the audio clips on the Telegram app and produced the transcript. Prosecutors ga...
Tags: Politics, Crime, News, Congress, Washington, Oregon, Sport, Joe Biden, Cnn, Fbi, Soccer, Washington Dc, Courts, Donald Trump, Justice Department, Trump


Ladera Ranch man organized ‘armed fighters’ for Capitol riot, new court filing says

A Ladera Ranch entrepreneur is suspected of “organizing and fomenting” a group of “armed fighters” to stop Congress’ certification of the presidential election, according to a court filing by federal prosecutors on Tuesday expanding on his alleged role in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. Russell Taylor armed himself with a knife, joined a “mob of protesters” that clashed with officers attempting to keep them out of the Capitol building, celebrated “at the sight of the chaos,” and later messaged a friend...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Congress, Oregon, Sport, Fbi, Chicago, Soccer, Taylor, Phoenix, Capitol, Hostetter, La Habra, North Hollywood, Ladera Ranch, RUSSELL TAYLOR


The 16 best beach hotels in the US for ocean views, gorgeous pools, and beachside dining

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. The Diplomat Beach Resort Beachfront hotels are coveted stays with access to sandy shores, gorgeous views, and water sports. We found the best beach hotels in the US, from Hawaii and California to Florida and Maine. Keep in mind that summer is the peak season for many beach areas and hotel prices tend to increase. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Summer is here and the urge to travel is at an all-tim...
Tags: Florida, Hollywood, Instagram, California, Cdc, Oregon, US, Trends, Georgia, Atlantic, Maine, Hawaii, Portland, Manhattan, Miami, Harry


ODOT ‘envisions’ zero traffic deaths, but their safety plan needs your help to get there

As long as ODOT thinks roads like this (SW Barbur Blvd) are OK, we will never reach that vision (taken from ODOT Transportation Safety Action Plan).(Photo: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) The 502 people who died while using Oregon roads in 2018 was a 15-year high. So far this year, fatal traffic crashes are up over 24% from 2020 levels. Oregon has a lot of work to do if we want to reach our goal of zero deaths or life-changing injuries by 2035. The roadmap to get us there is the Transportation S...
Tags: Oregon, Sport, Front Page, Cycling, DMV, Department of Motor Vehicles, ODOT, Oregon Department of Transportation, Jonathan Maus, Travis Brouwer, Odot Traffic Safety Division, Traffic Safety Action Plan, Transportation Safety Office, Amy Joyce, Highway Safety Section, Joyce Has


The White House is giving bipartisan infrastructure negotiations until the end of June even as progressive opposition swells

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT). REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst The White House is giving bipartisan economic talks until the end of June for a deal to pan out. Biden could potentially shift course and embrace a Democratic-only plan after that. An emerging bipartisan framework is struggling to draw substantial Democratic support. See more stories on Insider's business page. White House officials are indicating to congressional Democrats that they're giving bipartisan infrastructure negotiations...
Tags: Utah, Oregon, Senate, White House, Virginia, Massachusetts, America, Trends, Joe Biden, Gop, Maine, Alaska, House, Louisiana, Biden, Wyden


USC scores recruiting victory with commitment of 5-star DE Mykel Williams

Some of USC’s most significant recruiting victories in recent years have come on the defensive line. In 2019, it was the addition of Drake Jackson, who has arguably been USC’s most valuable defensive player the past two seasons. In January, USC secured the top-rated recruit in the 2021 class in Corona Centennial lineman Korey Foreman. And on Tuesday, USC’s 2022 class found a signature lineman as five-star Hardaway (Ga.) defensive end Mykel Williams announced his pledge to the Trojans, declaring ...
Tags: Oregon, Sports, Georgia, Sport, Soccer, Williams, College sports, Ncaa, Usc, USC Football, Mater Dei, Corona Centennial, Alabama Clemson Ohio State, Drake Jackson, Korey Foreman, Jaxson Dart


They made their bed, now they're lying in it.

From a WaPo story on the urban camping epidemic in Portland:On this Monday, the city sent its contractors a list of 14 sites: A middle school with two tents and three broken-down RVs blocking access to the student drop-off zone. A vacant lot near Costco, where some homeless residents had been living for long enough to lay concrete foundations and start building rustic homes. A highway underpass with at least 20 residents, where the nearby building was charred by fire damage. A cul-de-sac littere...
Tags: News, Guns, Oregon, DMV, Portland, Costco, Tam, WaPo, Life In The Monkey House, A walk on the slippery rocks


Greater Idaho, the latest split-state proposal

It’s no secret that plenty of folks in California’s rural northern counties would love to leave the Golden State and form one of their own – the most persistent such plan has been called the State of Jefferson since the notion first appeared in the 1940s. Rural residents in counties from Lassen to Lake have long felt dominated in setting policies affecting their rivers, timber and other essentials by the urban masses of the San Francisco Bay area and Southern California. This feeling took off in...
Tags: California, Opinion, Oregon, Senate, Sport, Soccer, Idaho, San Francisco Bay, Sierra Nevada, Lake, Lassen, Marin, Bay, Southern California, Trump, U S Supreme Court


Buried Apple Privacy Scandal Undermines Its Attacks On Right To Repair Legislation (techdirt)

Apple has never looked kindly upon users actually repairing their own devices. The company's ham-fisted efforts to shut down, sue, or otherwise imperil third-party repair shops are legendary. As are the company's efforts to force recycling shops to shred Apple products (so they can't be refurbished and re-used). As is Apple's often comical attacks on essential right to repair legislation, which usually involves the company insisting that allowing broader independent and consumer repair of their ...
Tags: Apple, News, California, Oregon, Ftc, Cory Doctorow, John Deere, Karl Bode, Paul Roberts, Pegatron Technology Service, SecuRepairs


Former La Habra police chief pleads not guilty to U.S. Capitol attack charges

Alan Hostetter, the former La Habra police chief accused of conspiring with other right-wing activists who stormed the U.S. Capitol building seeking to stop Congress from certifying President Joe Biden’s election in the infamous Jan. 6 attack, pleaded not guilty to the charges Monday. Hostetter, a 56-year-old from San Clemente, appeared remotely via video conference at the hearing, which was held in Washington D.C.,  along with five other co-defendants from Southern California — some who were me...
Tags: News, Congress, Washington, Oregon, Sport, Joe Biden, Fbi, Chicago, Soccer, Donald Trump, Taylor, Southern California, Capitol, Santa Ana, San Clemente, U S Capitol


Kanye set to drop algae-foam Yeezy sneakers

In Oregon, Kanye West’s Yeezy sneaker line is set to drop three new designs made using algae-based foam.   Dubbed Yeezy Foam Runner, the sneakers are made in the distinct Yeezy style and are offered in yellow and camouflage. They are expected to go on sale in July, while a red algae-foam Yeezy kick will be available later this year. The Yeezy   line is produced by adidas and generally retails for about $80, although limited releases often push prices significantly higher on the sneakerhead res...
Tags: Oregon, Kanye, Chemicals & Materials, Yeezy sneakers, Oregon Kanye West


Body of Missing Oregon Man Found in Maine Lake

Authorities say the body of a missing Oregon man has been found in a Maine lake.
Tags: Oregon, Maine, Maine Lake


Lumber prices sink below $1,000 for the first time since March, now down 40% since May's record high

Scott Olson/Getty Images Lumber prices traded below $1,000 per thousand board feet on Monday for the first time since March. Lumber futures are now down roughly 40% from a record high set on May 10. Prices are still up 175% over the past year, and experts say they could remain elevated from historic norms. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. Lumber prices fell as much as 6% on Monday to briefly trade below $1,000 per thousand board feet for the first ...
Tags: Oregon, US, Trends, Markets, Bloomberg, Commodities, Economy, Cnbc, Honolulu, Marion County, Wilde, Little, Lumber, Lumber Prices, Will Daniel, MI Exclusive


This Week In Running: June 14, 2021

The post This Week In Running: June 14, 2021 appeared first on iRunFar. That was a big weekend, it’s really starting to feel like summer! The Golden Trail Series in Spain, the GoPro Mountain Games in Colorado, and the USATF 50k road national championships in New York—and the women and men who contested those events—all brought high-level racing and we’re recapping all of it. Olla de Núria — Girona, Spain The Golden Trail Series is back, and it delivered a world-class field to the Spanish Pyre...
Tags: Utah, Usa, England, New York, Colorado, Montana, France, Oregon, China, Milwaukee, Spain, Sport, Italy, Running, Switzerland, Poland