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Oregon State President Ed Ray gets 9 percent raise
CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) -- The Oregon State University Board of Trustees approved a 9 percent pay raise for President Ed Ray.

   The Corvallis Gazette-Times reports that Ray's annual salary goes from just over $485,000 to $528,739.

   Board Chairwoman Pat Reser cited Ray's performance in recommending the increase.

   Ray has led Oregon State since 2003. It was his first raise in two years.

   Roughly 56 percent of the president's salary is paid by the university, with the rest coming from private fundraising.

   The independent board of trustees took over supervision of OSU from the Oregon State Board of Higher Education on July 1.

Hundreds ask to save rescue copter at Newport
NEWPORT, Ore. (AP) -- Hundreds of people gathered at a community meeting Monday night in Newport to contest the Coast Guard decision to close its air station there and to center helicopter operations at North Bend -- an hour away.

   Some said adding an hour to a rescue would be a death sentence in the cold Oregon waters.

   KPTV reports Coast Guard Rear Admiral R.T. Gromlich told the crowd the decision to close the Newport air station was made at the highest levels of government.

   The station will be closed at the end of November in a budget move. The Coast Guard will still have a present in Newport and respond to emergencies.

Missing man found safe in California
UPDATE Oct. 20: Norman Burness was located safe and sound in California. Thank you for your assistance and have a great evening!

Norman Burness, 74, was last seen yesterday morning when he drove away from the Motel 6 on Alba Drive in the pictured vehicle (2013 Chevy Sonic, OR/ 043GPS). He was to drive to a friend's house in Drain, Oregon, but never arrived. He lives in Pasadena, California and is not familiar with the area. He recently had a stroke and was having memory issues. His family and friends fear that is is lost. Anyone with information is asked to phone police.

Norman Burness

74 years old

6'0", 180

Salmon colored jacket, dark blue jeans

Suspect in bank robbery, murder hits another bank
LAKE OSWEGO, Oregon (AP) — A man suspected of robbing a bank in Lake Oswego over the weekend is also a suspect in his aunt's murder and another bank robbery.

Lake Oswego police on Sunday said Teddy Stivahtis is suspected of robbing a Key Bank branch Saturday morning. The Oregonian reports he used a note to get an undisclosed amount of cash before fleeing.

Gresham police last week identified the 36-year-old as a suspect in the Oct. 10 stabbing murder of Deanna Stivahtis. He was seen driving her van away from her home before her body was found.

On Wednesday, the FBI offered a $10,000 reward for information leading to Stivahtis's arrest and conviction. The FBI in Portland says Stivahtis has been charged with one federal count of bank robbery. He is accused of robbing a Chase Bank branch at a Fred Meyer store in Canby on Oct. 13.


Information from: The Oregonian 

Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. 

Widow pleads for information on murder
MEDFORD, Ore. -- Susan Huson could barely hold back the tears as she spoke of her murdered husband, William "Huey" Huson.

The widow gave a very emotional statement at a press conference about the murder and search for the suspect in October 2012.

"My heart breaks when I think that the last time I spoke to him was to wish him a happy birthday and tell him how much I loved him," she said in 2012.

Huson said her husband did not deserve this and his killer needs to be brought to justice before he takes another family's loved one.

"I believe there is someone out there that has information that will solve this case. I also believe that any information, no matter how minor or insignificant you think it might be, it could be the piece that solves this case," she said. 

The victim's wife said her husband was kind, gentle and hard working. She said she was the last person to speak with alive besides the killer. 

"I never dreamed that would be the last time I would get to hear his voice," she said. 


On Saturday, October 20th, 2012 at 10:41 p.m. Valley Cab driver, William (Huey) Huson, picked up a fare near Howies on N. Front Street, between Main Street and 6th Street. 

Medford Police believe this person shot and killed Huson before leaving his body on Helo Drive near Vilas Road.  

The suspect then drove Huson’s cab to 9th Street and Almond Street, where it was found abandoned early Sunday morning, October 21st, at 5:00 a.m.  The suspect was described as a white male adult with fair complexion, 25 to 35 years of age, approximately 6 feet 1 inch to 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighing 170 to 190 pounds.  

He had acne scars/pockmarked face, clean shaven and last seen wearing a black ball cap and black "Carhartt-style" coat.

The Medford Police Department is requesting anyone who has any information or may have seen the below described suspect in the area of  6th Street and Front  Street  on October 20th,  to contact  Crime Stoppers of Southern Oregon at  1-800-850-0580 and refer to KTVL 102312 or KMED 102413. 

  Depending on the case and the information given, Crime Stoppers will pay a reward up to $1,000 for information that leads to the arrest and filing of charges.  Callers can remain anonymous.   The reward is sponsored by Rogue Credit Union

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