Sheriff identifies woman found dead in rural Multnomah County
MULTNOMAH COUNTY, OR (KPTV) – Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office identified a woman found dead in rural Multnomah County. On Nov. 2, deputies responded to a report of a person down on the side of the road in the 31400 block of Northeast Mershon road just after 2:00 p.m. When they arrived, they found Aubriel Haskett, 24, of Silverton was found on the side of the road.Read Full Story WomanDeathRural Multnomah CountySheriff 'S OfficeCopyright OfficeAubriel HaskettSilvertonNortheast Mershon RoadCommunityMULTNOMAH
Royal Exclusive: Prince Harry Left 'Paranoid' After Phone Hacked!
Prince Harry’s life has always been a struggle of privacy issues. After the death of his mother in 1997 caused by the unrelenting paparazzi and press, the Duke of Sussex has continued to fight for his right to privacy despite leading a very public career. Recently in Tatler's report, the...Read Full Story CelebritiesThe Duke Of SussexCopyright InfringementRoyal ExclusiveHackedPaparazziCelebrity NewsNews Of The WorldThe Associated Press Inc.The Royal FirmTatlerUnnamed MediaVoice MessagesConspiracyClive GoodmanAndy CoulsonPrince WilliamMeghan MarklePrince HarryPrince
Should You Heed Your Vet's Warnings About Raw Food?
The campaign against raw pet diets continues unabated, and many misinformed veterinarians remain on the wrong side of the argument. You can unsubscribe at any time and I guarantee the privacy of your email. View our priv
Knicks Rumors: Killian Hayes Ranked Behind LaMelo Ball as NY's No. 2 PG Prospect
If LaMelo Ball goes off the board early in the 2020 NBA draft as expected, the New York Knicks could target French point guard Killian Hayes. Marc Berman of the New York Post reported the team ranks Hayes as the No. 2 point guard in the class behind Ball and he has 'a more supreme skill set than the other lottery-projected point guards.'NBA DraftLaMelo BallPoint GuardNYNBA TradesNew York KnicksThe KnicksProspect PointPG ProspectHC RaptorsTurner Sports NetworkThe GameBleacher Report CopyrightIndianaRumorsKillian HayesLamelo BallMarc BermanRussNate BjorkgrenRead Full Story
Bring the luxury of a hair salon home for just $49.99
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University staff urge probe into e-book pricing 'scandal'
More than 2,500 UK university staff have called for an investigation into the 'scandal' of excessive pricing of academic e-books. 'Price rises are common, sudden and appear arbitrary' with some digital books increasing by 200%, they say in a letter to Education Committee MPs. Organiser Johanna Anderson said some e-texts...Read Full Story AmazonCopyrightOnline PublishersKindle BookOnline AccessCase LawWaterstonesTaylor & FrancisRoutledgeThe Education CommitteeBBC News MoreE-book LicencesExcessive PricingUK University StaffUniversity Librarians
Kilpatrick Townsend Lands National Life Sciences Patent Litigation Team in New York, San Francisco, and Seattle
NEW YORK/SAN FRANCISCO/SEATTLE (October 14) — Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that it is bringing aboard a national life sciences patent litigation team to further enhance their internationally recognized Intellectual Property Department. April Abele Isaacson, M.S. is joining as a partner in San Francisco, Abby Markeson as counsel in Seattle, and in New York, Brian David O’Reilly and Michael Enzo Furrow, Ph.D. are joining as partners and Erica W. Kuo, M.S. as counsel. All will be members of the Patent Litigation Team, focusing on life sciences litigation and related strategic counseling.Patent InfringementLawsuitHarvard Law SchoolSan FranciscoSeattleHarvard UniversityUniversity Of ChicagoUS NavyUniversity Of DelawareKilpatrick Townsend Lands National Life Sciences Patent Litigation TeamUniversity Of Hong KongIntellectual Property DepartmentNew York University School Of LawStanford Law SchoolHamilton CollegeRead Full Story
Victor Oladipo Rumors: NBA Teams Wonder If Pacers Will Spend to Retain Star SG
The 2020 free agency class is a relatively weak one, especially compared to what we saw last offseason, when players like Kawhi Leonard, Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and Jimmy Butler hit the open market. But the trade market could be vibrant, and one player to watch could be Indiana Pacers...Indiana PacersFree AgentNBA TeamsTurner Sports NetworkESPNBleacher Report BS MeterTim BontempsWisemanThe LeagueRival TeamsStarRumorsBleacher Report CopyrightObiVictor OladipoKevin DurantJimmy ButlerKawhi LeonardKyrie IrvingMyles TurnerDomantas SabonisMalcolm BrogdonRead Full Story
An expert weighs in on how OLED TVs make for the best viewing experience
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Turkey’s health minister has tweeted that 4 people were killed in the earthquake that struck Turkey