You might have heard a little about contact tracing -- the process of identifying people who have come into contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, instructing them to quarantine and monitor their symptoms daily.
The Internal Revenue Service and its Security Summit partners today warned taxpayers and tax professionals about a new IRS impersonation scam campaign spreading nationally on email.
Newport Police are warning visitors of a "hotel front desk scam" designed to charge your credit card a second time after checking into your room.
In the last few days, the FBI has launched a national campaign to raise awareness about the crime of "sextortion" with a goal of helping parents protect their families.
For Oregon consumers looking to hunt and/or fish this season, be careful when purchasing licenses as Better Business Bureau Northwest and Pacific has learned of an ongoing online scam publishing phony licenses.
It’s never safe to let down your guard, warns the Oregon Department of Revenue. Scam tactics are always evolving and becoming more effective. Scammers...
We've heard from multiple citizens who have received phone calls or voicemail messages from someone claiming to be Deputy/Sergeant/Lieutenant "Todd Hughes" with the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office.
Awareness about charity scams helps ensure that donors’ hard-earned money goes to the worthy causes they seek to support.
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A tax passed by the Oregon Legislature in 2007 is the subject of controversy as fire victims rebuilding say they are being taxed twice.
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Although I am a registered Libertarian, I am crossing party lines and will vote for Kim Thatcher enthusiastically.
Traditional Halloween trick-or-treating is up in the air due to COVID-19 this year, but Kiwanis of Lincoln City, Lincoln City Outlets and Explore Lincoln City are making drive-thru-candy-grabbing a thing.