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Oregon coronavirus updates, July 12: OHA reports 2 new deaths, 332 new COVID-19 cases

We'll update this story throughout the day with the latest news about coronavirus and its effects in Oregon and across the nation on Saturday, July 11.

 

With baseball season wiped out, Wild Wild West League finds home at North Marion

Baseball teams made up of college players will play nearly 60 days from Saturday through Aug. 12 with all games being held in Aurora.

 

PHOTOS: Anti-police violence and pro-police demonstrators hold concurrent rallies

Anti-police violence and pro-police demonstrators held concurrent rallies at the Oregon State Capitol.

 

Multiple rallies converge peacefully on Capitol, some back police, others push reform

Members of opposing groups stayed, for the most part, on either side of Court Street, sometimes yelling at, or talking to, each other.

 

Oregon coronavirus updates, July 11: 409 new cases but no new deaths

We'll update this story throughout the day with the latest news about coronavirus and its effects in Oregon and across the nation on Saturday, July 11.

 

Investigation: Who ignited Terwilliger Fire that torched iconic hot springs, old-growth?

After two years, federal officials released the investigation report into one of the largest and scariest wildfires of 2018.

 

Storytellers Project cancels in-person shows, extends virtual season

Stories about lessons learned, fresh starts, entrepreneurship, love and more will be shared live as part of Storytellers Project's virtual season.

 

Week in Review: July 6 - 10

Catch up on news you may have missed.

 

Pac-12 joins Big Ten with conference-only football, other sports for the fall

The Pac-12 joined the Big Ten in scheduling conference-only games for its fall teams, foreshadowing similar decisions to come across the Power Five.

 

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