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Grandma power: Oregon purse snatcher can't shake her off car
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A Portland grandmother whose purse was snatched at a supermarket Friday chased the thief into the parking lot, where she jumped onto the hood of his car, grabbed the windshield wipers and refused to let go until he coughed up her purse.

He did.

Fifty-three-year-old Tammy Elliott tells The Oregonian she was determined not to lose photos of her grandchildren, so she hung on while the man turned on the wipers, revved the engine and drove the car through herky-jerky maneuvers intended to sling her off.

Police say the man eventually threw the purse out the car window, and Elliott clambered off to retrieve it. He fled, keeping the wallet that had been inside the purse, but Elliott says it didn't have any money anyway.

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Information from: The Oregonian, http://www.oregonlive.com

Copyright 2015 The Associated Press.

Trial in killing of toddler at Oregon resort set for 2016
ASTORIA, Ore. (AP) — The trial of a Washington state woman accused of killing her 2-year-old daughter at an Oregon coastal resort has been put off until June 2016.

Forty-one-year-old Jessica Smith of Goldendale had been scheduled to stand trial in July.

But at a hearing Thursday in Astoria, defense lawyers said they had other aggravated murder cases to try this year and couldn't be ready then.

The charge could carry the death penalty, although the prosecutor hasn't said he'll seek it.

Smith's other daughter is 13 and attending school for the first time. She survived a slashing attack.

Her father said the earlier a trial is held the better, but he sought a delay when an April 2016 date was suggested so that she doesn't have to miss any school days.

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Information from: The Daily Astorian, http://www.dailyastorian.com

Copyright 2015 The Associated Press. 

News10 Evening News Break Jan. 23
1. Medford police officers believe they had a man responsible for multiple car break-ins in Downtown Medford behind bars. Officers say a citizen saw Joshua Lines allegedly walk into the parking garage on 6th Street and leave with a lot of property. Police checked it out and found two cars had been burglarized. Lines was arrested, however, the police department says he has since been released.

2. A man sentenced to federal prison this week for drug trafficking. Zeus Apolo Guzman-Aguilar was deported to Mexico in 2013 for distributing heroin in Medford. Police say he returned illegally to the United states four months later and came back to Medford to sell heroin. He will spend more than four years behind bars for the most recent conviction. 

3. The very first Southern Oregon Young Peacemakers conference was held at Rogue Community College in Medford Friday. The company Mediation Works organized a full day of presentations, theater performances and workshops. They are expected to help high school students take leadership roles into creating more peace at school. The director of the event says it is all about focusin on the positive and showing people you apprecaite them. "Starting with you is sometimes the most powerful place you can start. Having students pause for a second and focus on what are the things they can take action on right now," Raphi Kunkel with Mediation Works said. An example of stepping up -- The keynote speaker suggested acknowleding a teacher's hardwork by leaving a note or telling a teacher if you really like a topic that was taught that day. The conference was inspired by workshops in Portland. Mediation Works hopes to make this an annual event. 

4. Several schools and local agencies signing their commitment to children Friday as Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber looked on. The room at Central Medford High School was standing room only. Southern Oregon Success is a network of schools, non-profits and community agenices in Jackson and Josephine Counties all commited to working together to help children succeed. The network's goal is to help children during school, make sure they graduate, move on to post-secondary education and be prepared for life.

5. A trial date has been set for a woman accused of killing her 2-year-old daughter. Officers say Jessica Smith killed the toddler and tried to kill her teenage daughter at a Cannon Beach hotel last year. The defense attorney says he will likely pursue a mental health defense. The trial is set for June 28, 2016. Investigators say the long trial delay is due to having to analyze a taped interview with Smith. The family, some of them living in Medford, say they are okay with the delay in order for the surviving victim to finish the school year.

6. A new business coming to your town. A real estate company bought the Medford Center back in November and is ready to start filling the vacant spots. Managing partners say they want to add restaurants, microbreweries, retail shiops and stores for everyday needs.

7. A nationwide search for a woman from Southern Oregon and her boyfriend accused of murder. Officers say a motel manager was found starngled to death in a room rented by Samantha Shilts and Tyler Pierce. Officers say the two were spotted in the victim's stolen car and may be heading back to Oregon. If you spot them, you're asked to contact police immediately. 

8. Mass layoffs at the Mount Ashland Ski Park. The lack of snow is forcing the general manager to lay-off everyone except five employees. The park usually has about 150 employees during full operation. The decision was made over the weekend as managers attempt to keep the park in business. 

9. The Mount Shasta Ski Park is closed as well until further notice. According to the ski park's website, the mountain has 10 inches of snow at the top and five at the base.

10. The City of Ashland is making the final changes to its filmmaking rules. The current law was created in 1984. With all of the recent attention from Hollywood filmmakers, city leaders have been working on a new version for about a year. The updated rules will streamline the process for those who want to film in areas of Ashland as a movie set, keeping up with the changes in the industry. 

ODOT adding road cams in southern Oregon to update TripCheck
ROSEBURG, Ore. (AP) — Drivers on Interstate 5 in Douglas County and other southern Oregon highways will soon have access to better information about weather and road conditions.

New cameras and weather stations are being connected to the Oregon Department of Transportation's TripCheck website.

Douglas County ODOT spokesman Dan Latham tells the Roseburg News-Review TripCheck is one of the department's most popular services.

The system also allows maintenance crews to monitor road conditions and respond quickly.

ODOT has used TripCheck since May 2000. Cameras have been gradually added as funding becomes available.

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Information from: The News-Review, http://www.nrtoday.com

Copyright 2015 The Associated Press.

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