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Last Update Friday, January 15th, 2021

With many people opting to stay inside during the pandemic, some crimes are pushed further behind closed doors.

The Women's Crisis Support Team, a local nonprofit aimed at helping survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, saw a marked decrease of those reaching out for help in 2020. But that doesn't mean there are fewer crimes of this nature being committed. Read More »

Man arrested near US Capitol with Molotov cocktails also had list that named local website
When police officers arrested Lonnie Leroy Coffman near the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, they found an assault rifle, a shotgun, a stun gun, a crossbow and 11 Molotov cocktails in his GMC pickup truck. Read More »

Former Josephine County sheriff remembered for his 'strong sense of right and wrong'
Bill Arnado got his toughness from years with the Los Angeles Police Department, where he was known for teaching martial arts besides his day job as a cop, and from serving in the U.S. Marine Corps. Read More »

Leaders hope crucial conversations continue at annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration
While Martin Luther King Jr.'s vision for racial and economic justice is far from a reality in the United States, the Rev. Ernestein Flemister hopes the civil rights protests of 2020 are leading Americans to reflect on the systemic changes that still need to occur. Read More »

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