Date: 10/24/2012 09:29 AM
Here is the latest Oregon news from The Associated Press
GRANTS PASS, Ore. (AP) – Grants Pass police say no arrests have been made in a stabbing that occurred during a confrontation outside a Planned Parenthood health center. Officials said Ted Clair was stabbed seven times in the abdomen and neck during a fight with Christopher Tolhurst. Tolhurst was protesting abortions and Clair was at the clinic with his 22-year-old daughter.
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. (AP) – Authorities say two men found dead on an abandoned ranch in southern Oregon were killed by gunshots. The two men have not been identified, but Klamath County Sheriff’s deputies believe they are two California men whose burned-out truck was found in the area several weeks ago. The bodies were found Oct. 18 near the community of Bonanza.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) – A federal appeals court says a lower court was wrong to throw out a lawsuit by a student newspaper against Oregon State University officials. The student publishers of the conservative-leaning paper, The Liberty, sued OSU, saying they were arbitrarily limited from distributing the paper on campus. The appeals court says the paper can sue on constitutional grounds.
NEW YORK (AP) – Nike has found a buyer for its Umbro brand, known for its soccer jerseys, in Iconix Brand Group Inc. The clothing licensing company is purchasing Umbro for $225 million in cash. Beaverton-based Nike had announced in May that it planned to sell the Umbro and Cole Haan brands. The acquisition is expected to close by year’s end.
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