LaVoy Finicum's widow, Jeanette, and their children are planning to hold a meeting later this month to talk about the Constitution, property rights and other issues.
More than a dozen Arizona Republicans have written to Oregon Gov. Kate Brown, asking her to further investigate the death of Malheur refuge occupier LaVoy Finicum.
The Deschutes County Sheriff's Office released more video footage Tuesday taken in the moments before and after police shot and killed Robert "LaVoy" Finicum.
A grand jury indictment accuses Scott Willingham of taking government-owned cameras on Jan. 15. He has been charged with theft of government property.
Investigators said Tuesday that the shots that killed militant LaVoy Finicum were justified and "necessary."
Police fatally shot Finicum during a Jan. 26 traffic stop while trying to arrest the rancher and others involved in the takeover of an Oregon wildlife refuge.
The measure that would allow law enforcement officers involved in fatal shootings to ask a court to shield their name for 90 days. The bill is designed to protect the officer who killed LaVoy Finicum.
Oregon legislators said death threats to police officers dealing with the occupation in Harney County has spurred them to move forward on a bill giving authorities more ability to shield the identities of officers facing threats.
In a video posted by David Fry Sunday afternoon, the militant hinted that the remaining occupiers might be running low on supplies inside the refuge.
Many, including supporters of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge occupation, have invoked LaVoy Finicum's killing as a reason to continue a movement. But it's unclear what that movement has become.
David Fry’s online friendship with militant LaVoy Finicum led him to the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, where he is one of the last remaining occupants.
LaVoy Finicum told OPB his four foster children were removed from his Arizona home due to his involvement in the armed occupation at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.