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House fire kills 3, 2 children survive
BROOKINGS, Ore. --  One child and two adults were killed in a deadly mobile home fire this morning in Southern Oregon. Two children, including one infant, survived that fire. The family of five was inside when the fire broke out in the single-wide mobile home just after 3:30 a.m. Investigators say the infant was passed through the window and is now at a San Francisco hospital being treated for burns. Investigators say the fire may have been started by a faulty space heater, but they are still investigating at the scene and will be for quite some time. Investigators say it was a neighbor who called the fire department. News10 will update the article as more information is made available. 

News10 Afternoon News Break March 4
1. One child and two adults were killed in a deadly mobile home fire this morning in Southern Oregon. Two children, including one infant, survived that fire. The family of five was inside when the fire broke out in the single-wide mobile home just after 3:30 a.m. Investigators say the infant was passed through the window and is now at a San Francisco hospital being treated for burns. Investigators say the fire may have been started by a faulty space heater, but they are still investigating at the scene and will be for quite some time. Investigators say it was a neighbor who called the fire department. News10 will update the article as more information is made available. 

2. Medford police officers arrested a suspected arsonist. The suspect is accused of lighting a fire in her won home on Village Circle last month. Fire crews say it started from a towel placed on the stove. The fire jumped to a second home. Susan Garred was just released from the hospital and arrested. She faces Arson and Reckless Burning charges.

3. Klamath Falls police officers are asking for your help finding a missing woman. Police say Alicia Scott, who also goes by Alicia Jensen or Alicia Maris, had been in the Klamath Falls area before she disappeared. She has family in Bend, but they have not seen or heard from her since Jan. 22. She is 35 years old, 5-feet-3-inches tall and weighs 140 pounds. Police say she does not know a lot of people in Klamath Falls, but she had been in town for a few weeks. Contact Klamath Falls Police Department with any information. 

4. Erickson AirCrane's leader, Udo Rieder, is leaving the company. The Central Point-based helicopter and aviation company has had debt struggles, low share prices, and an expansion. Rieder joined the company in 2008. Jeff Roberts will take over April 1 as president and CEO of the companu. About 150 employees lost their jobs at Erickson last month. 

5. Mathew Raye Baker is currently in the Jackson County Jail following a multi-agency manhunt yesterday. Baker is a suspect in the murder of Dale Bowen in Siskiyou County. He was arraigned today on a fugitive complaint. The jail could not get Baker to sign an extradition form. He will be brought back to court today to sign it. His bail is set for $1 million. 

6. Two Grants Pass police officers are being honored for how they handled an incident where a mother pulled a knife on her child. It was a dangerous situation. At one point the mother lunged at officers. The whole thing was caught on camera. 

7. Just a reminder -- A local school is trying its luck for a grant. The money would go toward implementing fire prevention into its curriculum. Ruch Elementary School is one of 64 schools nationwides in the running for the grant money. If you want to help Ruch Elementary's chances at getting the grant, just click here for more information on how to vote.

8. Almost two dozen dogs rescued from a home near Jacksonville in January are healthy and ready to be adopted. Two months ago, about 50 dogs were taken from a breeding operation in Jacksonville because an investigative team with the Oregon Humane Society decided the operation was unsanitary. 10 of the dogs were kept locally and they have all been adopted. The rest were sent to the Humane Society in Portland. 20 of those dogs will be available for adoption today. One female dog is currently recovering at the Jackson County Animal Shelter getting a c-section. Unfortunately, one puppy did not survive, but the good news is the mother did survive and already has an owner lined up. 

9. A federal appeals court rejected a timber industry lawsuit about a threatened seabird. The American Forest Resources Council tried to stop the Endangered Species Protection Act from the marbled murrelets. They nest in old growth forests. Environmentalists say the ruling last week should end the battle over logging trees by the bird.

10. Quite a surprise for a Medford boy who came home to find a stanger eating in his kitchen. Officers say the boy found Lacie Castlenerry eating a pizza in the family's home. Police say she offered the boy a slice while wearing the boy's sweatshirt and his father's reading glasses. Officers say she was in an altered state of mind. 

11. The results are in for the inspection of the Josephine County Jail. The jail has about 250 inmate beds. Due to budget cuts, only 100 of those are being used. Overall, the jail marked high in all areas and had very few complaints from inmates. The one concern they did have was getting better quality food. 

12. A reward could be yours -- Authorities are asking for help solving the rape of a 16-year-old who was attacked in White City by a man in a mask. Still no suspect in the case. It happened Jan. 12. Investigators say the girl was home alone at a house on Falcon Street. At this point, authorities do not believe the victim knows her attacker. The rapist was wearing all black at the time of the crime. If you have any information, the case number is 03-03-15. Just call Crimestoppers. Depending on the case and information given, Rogue Credit Union will pay you up to $1,000 for information leading to an arrest and filing of charges. You can remain anonymous.

Missing woman last seen in Klamath Falls
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. -- A search for a 35-year-old woman is underway in Klamath Falls.

Alicia Christine Scott does not have any ties to the Klamath Falls area, but was visiting for a few weeks before she went missing, according to the Klamath Falls Police Department. She does have family in Bend, but they say they have not heard from her since Jan. 22. 

Scott is 5-feet-3-inches tall and weighs 140 pounds. She has medium length blonde hair and blue eyes. She also goes by Alicia Jensen or Alicia Maris. 

If you have any information on her whereabouts, please call Klamath Falls Police Detective Brandon Dougherty at 541-883-5336.

Entire class at Vancouver school misses bus; teacher forgot
VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) — An entire class of first-graders at a Vancouver elementary school missed their bus because their teacher lost track of time.

One mother, Melanie Smart, tells KATU (http://bit.ly/1BSFTtp ) her heart stopped Monday when her son didn't get off the bus, then she was notified to pick him up at Salmon Creek Elementary School. She says she had to get a cab.

The school says it was an honest mistake and it does not plan to discipline the teacher for the error.

Copyright 2015 The Associated Press.

Eugene chaperone says he was asked to share bed with student
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — A chaperone on an overnight Willamette High School chess club field trip from Eugene to Portland says he was asked to share a motel bed with a student.

After he complained, he was moved to a room with the coach.

Bethel School District spokesman Pat McGillivray tells KEZI (http://bit.ly/1zY6uiv) the parent was not asked to share a bed but to share a room with three students. McGillivray says it's won't happen again.

The man's son was in a room with another chaperone Feb. 27 and shared a bed with another student.

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Information from: KEZI-TV, http://www.kezi.com/

Copyright 2015 The Associated Press.

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