Good morning, it’s Thursday, July 10. Here are this morning’s headlines:
- A missing Camas teen, Angelic “Anji” Dean, is safe with her family after she was found at Clackamas Town Center. Dean had been missing since June 23 and it was feared that she was caught up in sex trafficking.
- Twenty-six people were arrested in Jackson County following a state and federal investigation of a crime ring in Oregon, Nevada and California. Jackson County Police say lack of law enforcement in Southern Oregon is attracting crime to the area.
- Though major changes to the Beltline near Eugene are still years away, there are some short-term projects to relieve traffic congestion.
- Eight field trials are underway for GMO crops now in Oregon and 431 have been conducted in the state.
- A Jackson County judge dismissed charges against a Medford couple who were involved in a highly-publicized medical marijuana raid.
- Humpty Dumpty can’t, in fact, be put back together again, so there are plans to replace him at the Enchanted Forest Theme Park in Turner.