AP-Oregon News Coverage,ADVISORY
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Oregon at 1 p.m.
PORTLAND SHOOTING-GRAND JURY
SALEM, Ore. — Grand jury testimony released by a district attorney into the fatal shooting by university police of a black man during a brawl in Portland describes a chaotic scene in which the two officers had to make a split-second decision when saw a pistol in the man’s hand. By Andrew Selsky. UPCOMING: 500 words by 4 p.m.
CLIMATE CHANGE LAWSUIT
EUGENE, Ore. — The federal government has again asked a judge to suspend legal proceedings in a climate change lawsuit filed by a group of young people that is scheduled to go to trial in Oregon later this month. SENT: 320 words.
A month into the conference season, the Pac-12 division races are taking shape. Each division has front-runners and teams that already are all but out of contention. A rundown of the races in the Pac-12′s North and South divisions. By John Marshall. SENT: 620 words.
—SUPREME COURT-SUSPENDED JUDGE: Supreme Court rejects appeal from suspended Oregon judge.
—PORTLAND SHOOTING: Man accused of deadly Portland shooting pleads not guilty.
—MCDONALD’S HOT WATER LAWSUIT: Mom sues McDonald’s for teen’s alleged burns from hot water.
—SPRINGFIELD LAND PURCHASE: PacificSource pays $26 mil for Symantec’s Springfield campus.
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