Oregon State Police

Oregon Bus Crash
4:17 pm
Wed January 2, 2013

More Northeast Oregon Bus Crash Victims Identified

Emergency personnel at the scene of Sunday's fatal bush crash on Interstate 84 east of Pendleton.
Credit Oregon State Police

Two Korean tourists who were visiting family in Bothell, Wash., are the latest victims to be identified in that deadly bus crash in northeast Oregon. Police say Sunday’s accident east of Pendleton was Oregon’s deadliest crash since 1971. Among the dead were 67-year-old Jung Oun Hong and his 63-year-old wife, Kim Joong Wha of Korea.

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Oregon State Police Memorial
5:32 pm
Wed August 1, 2012

Oregon State Police Break Ground On New Memorial

Oregon State Police officers perform a "ceremonial flag fold" at the future site of the Oregon State Police memorial.
Chris Lehman Northwest News Network

The Oregon State Police broke ground on a memorial Wednesday to honor fallen Oregon state troopers. A crowd of dignitaries listened somberly as the officers’ names were read aloud.

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Bizarre Incidents At State Capitols
4:33 pm
Mon July 16, 2012

Bizarre Incidents At Wash. And Oregon State Capitols

The three-foot Samurai sword recovered from a man arrested near the Oregon Capitol building on Saturday.
Oregon State Police

The Washington and Oregon state capitols have been the scenes of two bizarre incidents in recent days. Both involved apparently mentally unstable men. One had a gallon of gasoline, the other wielded a samurai sword.

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