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FILE - In this Jan. 9, 2016 file photo, LaVoy Finicum, a rancher from Arizona, speaks to the media after members of an armed group  along with several other organizations arrive at the at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge near Burns, Ore.  The FBI and Oregon State Police arrested the leaders of an armed group that has occupied a national wildlife refuge for the past three weeks during a traffic stop that prompted gunfire — and one death — along a highway through the frozen high country. The Oregonian reported that  Finicum was the person killed, citing the man's daughter.

FBI releases video in fatal Oregon confrontation

FILE - In this Jan. 9, 2016 file photo, LaVoy Finicum, a rancher from Arizona, speaks to the media after members of an armed group  along with several other organizations arrive at the at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge near Burns, Ore.  The FBI and Oregon State Police arrested the leaders of an armed group that has occupied a national wildlife refuge for the past three weeks during a traffic stop that prompted gunfire — and one death — along a highway through the frozen high country. The Oregonian reported that  Finicum was the person killed, citing the man's daughter.

January 28, 2016, 5:55pm Latest News

The FBI released video Thursday of the shooting death of a spokesman for the armed occupiers of a wildlife refuge that appears to show the man reaching into his jacket before he fell into the snow. The FBI said the man had a loaded gun in his pocket. Authorities showed… Read story

Sgt. Tom Hutchison stands in front of an Oregon State Police roadblock on Highway 395 between John Day and Burns by Oregon State police officers Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016. Authorities say shots were fired Tuesday during the arrest of members of an armed group that has occupied a national wildlife refuge in Oregon for more than three weeks. The FBI said authorities arrested Ammon Bundy, 40, his brother Ryan Bundy, 43, Brian Cavalier, 44, Shawna Cox, 59, and Ryan Payne, 32, during a traffic stop on U.S. Highway 395 Tuesday afternoon. Authorities said another person, Joseph Donald O'Shaughnessy, 45, was arrested in Burns.

1 killed, 1 wounded during arrest of armed group’s leader in Ore.

Sgt. Tom Hutchison stands in front of an Oregon State Police roadblock on Highway 395 between John Day and Burns by Oregon State police officers Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016. Authorities say shots were fired Tuesday during the arrest of members of an armed group that has occupied a national wildlife refuge in Oregon for more than three weeks. The FBI said authorities arrested Ammon Bundy, 40, his brother Ryan Bundy, 43, Brian Cavalier, 44, Shawna Cox, 59, and Ryan Payne, 32, during a traffic stop on U.S. Highway 395 Tuesday afternoon. Authorities said another person, Joseph Donald O'Shaughnessy, 45, was arrested in Burns.

January 26, 2016, 6:58pm Latest News

The FBI and Oregon State Police on Tuesday arrested the leaders of an armed group that has occupied a national wildlife refuge for the past three weeks, conducting a traffic stop that prompted gunfire — and one death — along a highway through the frozen high country. Read story

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Senator removed from task force after complaints

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January 25, 2016, 7:49pm Latest News

Republican Sen. Pam Roach was kicked off of a legislative task force Monday following complaints that she verbally abused sex trafficking victims. Read story

Steven Zelich appears in court in 2014 in Kenosha, Wis. Jury selection for the former police officer accused of choking to death Jenny Gamez, an Oregon college student, and then stuffing her in a suitcase and leaving it on a rural highway began Monday in Wisconsin.

Ex-cop pleads guilty to killing Oregon woman, ditching body

Steven Zelich appears in court in 2014 in Kenosha, Wis. Jury selection for the former police officer accused of choking to death Jenny Gamez, an Oregon college student, and then stuffing her in a suitcase and leaving it on a rural highway began Monday in Wisconsin.

January 25, 2016, 9:09am Latest News

A former Wisconsin police officer has pleaded guilty to killing an Oregon woman and ditching her body in a suitcase along a highway. Read story

Doug Penning gently picks up a very cold bee he found outside its hive Jan. 7 in Longview. He cupped his hands and blew warm air on it to revive it. After a night in his warm lab, he released it to fly back to its hive.

Troubled honeybees find friends in beekeepers

Doug Penning gently picks up a very cold bee he found outside its hive Jan. 7 in Longview. He cupped his hands and blew warm air on it to revive it. After a night in his warm lab, he released it to fly back to its hive.

January 25, 2016, 5:00am Editor's Choice

LONGVIEW -- On a snowy weekday, several bees lay still beneath a small strainer. Doug Penning, who tends to 20 bee colonies at his Coal Creek-area home, earlier had scooped up the bees, which were paralyzed by the cold. One by one, they slowly regained life. Read story

Two women sit in January outside the offices of the National Energy Board after locking themselves to the doors with bike locks around their necks, to protest the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion, in Vancouver, B.C.

U.S. tribes fight Canadian pipeline expansion

Two women sit in January outside the offices of the National Energy Board after locking themselves to the doors with bike locks around their necks, to protest the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion, in Vancouver, B.C.

January 24, 2016, 9:18pm Northwest

SEATTLE -- A proposed pipeline-expansion project in Canada will put the fishing rights and cultural heritage of U.S. tribes at risk, a lawyer representing several Washington state tribes told Canadian energy regulators. Read story

Vinay Pinto, a server of Herban Feast, brings plates of food to the table Jan. 16 for Rebecca, from right, and her son Emmanuel, 9, and niece Sarah, 7.

Wedding’s off; reception is a party for homeless

Vinay Pinto, a server of Herban Feast, brings plates of food to the table Jan. 16 for Rebecca, from right, and her son Emmanuel, 9, and niece Sarah, 7.

January 24, 2016, 5:00am Latest News

SEATTLE -- The three long vehicles that pulled up to the chic Sodo Park event venue were not limousines that had glided over from some wealthy neighborhood, but battered yellow school buses that had labored through the rain and darkness for 10 miles down unlovely Aurora Avenue. Read story

Demonstrators gather near a national wildlife refuge to protest against a group occupying the land Saturday, Jan. 23, 2016, near in Burns, Ore. The leader of an armed group occupying a national wildlife refuge in Oregon planned a ceremony Saturday for ranchers to renounce federal ownership of public land and tear up their federal grazing contracts.

Rancher renounces federal grazing contract at Bundy event

Demonstrators gather near a national wildlife refuge to protest against a group occupying the land Saturday, Jan. 23, 2016, near in Burns, Ore. The leader of an armed group occupying a national wildlife refuge in Oregon planned a ceremony Saturday for ranchers to renounce federal ownership of public land and tear up their federal grazing contracts.

January 23, 2016, 3:02pm Latest News

A rancher from New Mexico renounced his U.S. Forest Service grazing contract at an event held by an armed group occupying a national wildlife refuge in Oregon to protest federal land use policies. Read story

Tim Eyman looks on from the gallery during a hearing on the legality of his latest anti-tax measure in King County Superior Court in January in Seattle.

Judge will rule Thursday on Eyman tax measure

Tim Eyman looks on from the gallery during a hearing on the legality of his latest anti-tax measure in King County Superior Court in January in Seattle.

January 19, 2016, 12:30pm Latest News

SEATTLE -- A judge says he intends to rule Thursday on the legality of Tim Eyman's latest anti-tax measure. Read story

Cowboy Dwane Ehmer, of Irrigon Ore., a supporter of the group occupying the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, rides his horse Thursday, Jan. 7, 2016, near Burns, Ore. The leader of an American Indian tribe that regards the Oregon nature preserve as sacred issued a rebuke Wednesday to the armed men who are occupying the property, saying they are not welcome at the snowy bird sanctuary and must leave.

Oregon occupiers want the land back in private hands; here’s why that could be bad for both the environment and humans

Cowboy Dwane Ehmer, of Irrigon Ore., a supporter of the group occupying the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, rides his horse Thursday, Jan. 7, 2016, near Burns, Ore. The leader of an American Indian tribe that regards the Oregon nature preserve as sacred issued a rebuke Wednesday to the armed men who are occupying the property, saying they are not welcome at the snowy bird sanctuary and must leave.

January 9, 2016, 3:18pm Latest News

The illegal occupation of Oregon’s Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, near the town of Burns, has stretched on for nearly a week now, with the armed occupiers insisting Wednesday that they felt it was still “ not quite time “ to go home yet. From the start, the occupation has been… Read story