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First of 4 'Blood Moon' lunar eclipses set for April 15

First of 4 'Blood Moon' lunar eclipses set for April 15
FILE -- A lunar eclipse shines over the Space Needle in Seattle on Feb. 20, 2008 (Photo courtesy: Clane Gessel)

The first of four lunar eclipses over the next two years is set for Monday night.

Police: Dad passed out with crying baby

Police: Dad passed out with crying baby
Douglas County Booking photo of Christopher Seth Houx, 27, of Myrtle Creek.

Police in Myrtle Creek say a relative took a baby from an apartment where the infant's father was passed out after being under the influence of narcotics.

Gravel truck loses brakes and rolls, blocking Roosevelt Blvd. at Hwy 99

Gravel truck loses brakes and rolls, blocking Roosevelt Blvd. at Hwy 99

An overturned gravel truck partially blocked the intersection of Highway 99 and Roosevelt Blvd. Sunday afternoon.

The truck crashed at around 10:15 a.m. Sunday, blocking the westbound lanes of Roosevelt Blvd. No one was hurt in the crash.

Cinder block falls through windshield from I-5 overpass, woman injured

Cinder block falls through windshield from I-5 overpass, woman injured

A cinder block came crashing through the windshield of a passenger car early Sunday morning as it drove under and Interstate 5 overpass, sending a woman to the hospital. State police are now asking the public for information on whoever threw the brick off the Creswell overpass.

Two arrested for fleeing deputies; residents question chase policy

Two arrested for fleeing deputies; residents question chase policy »Play Video
Shawn Woodard, right, and Joann Wills

A high-speed chase ends with the suspect's car landing in a tree, just feet away from a home full of children, Marion County Sheriff’s Officials said. They were treated for minor injuries.

Some residents in this mobile home park question if this high-speed chase was worth the risk.

 

A spokesman for the marion county sheriff's office says they evaluate every chase. In this case they say they made the right decision because no one was seriously hurt and two wanted felons are now off the streets.