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Local Police: Man sexually abused teen after giving her booze, pot (New) Police: Man sexually abused teen after giving her booze, pot
A 55-year-old registered sex offender faces allegations he gave a 15-year-old girl pot and booze at a party and then sexually abused her.

Oregon State Police arrested Melvin "Bud" Richard Stout Jr. on Thursday. He faces charges of Sex Abuse in the First Degree, Online Sexual Corruption in the First Degree, Endangering the Welfare of a Minor and Unlawful Delivery of a Controlled Substance (Marijuana) to a Minor.

The girl told a state police detective Thursday that Stout gave her alcohol and marijuana on more than one occasion, including a part in the Crow area in June, state police said.

Stout also exchanged sexually explicit photos with the girl on the night of the party, state police said.

Love-seekers take to 'Paper Bag Speed Dating'

Love-seekers take to 'Paper Bag Speed Dating'
Created by the brains behind a new London-based dating app called LoveFlutter, Paper Bag Speed Dating was organized as part of the #SayNoToShallow campaign.
While most people rely heavily on looks while speed dating, a new project in London is forcing people to do the exact opposite and choose by personality alone.

Fallen Marine's flag returned after nine years

Fallen Marine's flag returned after nine years »Play Video
When Lance Corporal Fred Maciel died in 2005 in Iraq, his fellow marines signed a flag that was supposed to be given to his family, but somehow it got lost. However, thanks to a Texas couple more than nine years later the flag finally made it home. Tim Wetzel has more.

3 of 4 missing Ethiopian athletes located

3 of 4 missing Ethiopian athletes located »Play Video
Thee whereabouts of Amanuel Abebe Atibeha, 17; Dureti Edao, 18; Meaza Kebede, 18; and Zeyituna Mohammed, 18, have not been confirmed since they were reported missing Saturday.

Three of the 4 track and field athletes from Ethiopia who were reported missing Saturday after competing in the IAAF World Junior Championships in Eugene have been found in Beaverton.

Police said Amanuel Abebe Atibeha, 17; Dureti Edao, 18; Meaza Kebede, 18, were safe, unharmed, and staying with acquaintances.

A missing persons case is still active for 18-year-old Zeyituna Mohammed.

Oregon 14: Global competition, local impact

Oregon 14: Global competition, local impact »Play Video
The Open Ceremonies of the IAAF World Junior Championships

Over 6 days, the world competed in peace in Oregon at the IAAF World Junior Championships.

Total attendance at Hayward Field was 51,532 fans.

A total of 1,062 Citizens of TrackTown volunteers made the event possible.

And the United States matched its best total ever for the World Junior Championships with 21 total medals, including 11 golds, five silvers and five bronzes.

Photos: $2 million Bugatti cars storm into Stanley, Idaho

Photos: $2 million Bugatti cars storm into Stanley, Idaho
Several Bugatti vehicles made a "quick" trip to Red Fish Lake outside Stanley over the weekend as well as four Lamborghinis. Most of the cars cost about $2 million -- a piece. One of the Bugattie cars, which holds the title of World's Fastest Production Car, has been clocked at 265.7 miles per hour. Photo courtesy of Thayne Breezee.
Several Bugatti vehicles made a "quick" trip to Red Fish Lake outside Stanley over the weekend as well as four Lamborghinis. Most of the cars cost about $2 million - each.

Portland tennis courts honor UO athlete: 'Alex grew up on these courts'

Portland tennis courts honor UO athlete: 'Alex grew up on these courts' »Play Video

The Berkeley Park tennis courts in Southeast Portland are being renovated to serve as a memorial for a University of Oregon tennis star that drowned last year near Eugene.

It was here that Alex Rovello started hitting tennis balls with his dad.

“This really helped us heal. We've been embraced by so many people that have joined this effort and hopefully other children will come to this tennis court,” said Alex’s mom, Geri Rovello.

Brush fire closes roads near Creswell

Brush fire closes roads near Creswell
The intersection of Dale Kuni Road and Cloverdale Road near Creswell was closed while firefighters responded to a grass fire in the area the afternoon of Monday, July 28, the Lane County Sheriff's Office said.

The intersection of Dale Kuni Road and Cloverdale Road near Creswell was closed while firefighters responded to a grass fire in the area the afternoon of Monday, July 28, the Lane County Sheriff's Office said.