2nd Oregon News from the AP

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Here is the latest Oregon news from The Associated Press
MEDFORD, Ore. (AP) – The 51-year-old Medford man accused of
killing his wife and four young children and setting their house on
fire last summer is due in court today. Jordan Criado
(cree-AH’-doh) is expected to enter a plea to aggravated murder and
other charges. He’s being held without bond. The charges carry a
potential death penalty.

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) – Protesters briefly disrupted work at a
Port of Portland terminal yesterday evening. Protesters blocked
movement into an area where workers were attempting to unload a
ship. The Oregonian says the terminal tenant responded by sending
25 workers home. The port shut down two other terminals yesterday
before the protests began.

COOS BAY, Ore. (AP) – The Coast Guard is looking for a man
missing off Coos Bay, Ore., after a fishing vessel overturned. Two
other men who were on the boat were rescued, but the third man did
not surface. One of the rescued men was flown by Coast Guard
helicopter to a Coos Bay hospital. The men have not been

ALBANY, Ore. (AP) – The city of Albany may turn down a federal
grant of nearly $300,000 because it would cost the city an
additional $65,000. Public Works Director Mark Shepard tells the
Democrat-Herald the money would have gone to move two traffic
signal poles, part of a proposed bridge and roadway project that
was later canceled.

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