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Eagle Creek Fire within 1/4 mile of Cascade Locks, but changing winds could save homes

More than 24 hours later, it was zero-percent contained. Airplanes are dumping fire retardant on the blaze. The Oregon Department of Transportation doesn’t expect the fire to force a shutdown of Interstate 84 Sunday night or early Monday morning.

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By Michaelangelo Conte The Jersey Journal A Union City real estate agent has been accused of stealing $60,000 that a woman put down as a deposit to purchase a home. Peter JLive, 40, of the 1100 block of Bergenline Avenue, is charged with one count of theft by deception, the criminal complaint says. Live is accused of taking the $60,000 from the woman as a deposit for the purchase of the property and then refusing to return the money after the contract was voided, according to the complaint, which lists the day of the alleged crime as Oct6. The defendant's bail was set at $20,000 with a 10 percent cash option when he made his first court appearance on the charges Monday in Central Judicial Processing court in Jersey City via video link from Hudson County jail in Kearny. There are six warrants for Live's arrest, emanating from municipal courts in Jersey City, North Bergen, Weehawken and Secaucus, a court official saidIn court yesterday his lawyer said he believes all of the municipal bails have been resolved. "My client saved her entire life to buy a home and she trusted MrLive with all of her savings," said Mario Blanch, the woman's lawyer. Blanch added that he has filed a complaint against Live with the New Jersey Real Estate Commission. View Comments /* */ About Us About Advertise with us Contact Us Jobs at NJ Advance Media Newsletters Frequently Asked Questions More on Interact Weather Site map Claim your free business listing Sponsor Content Search Place an ad Sell your car Sell/rent your home Post a job Post a free classified ad Apartments & rentals Sections N.JNews Local News N.JPolitics Sports High School Sports Entertainment Food & Recipes Living Business Opinion Inside Jersey Legal Notices Obituaries Jobs Autos Real Estate Rentals Classifieds Shopping Good Deals Local Businesses Special Sections Contribute to Submit an event Follow Us Twitter Google+ Facebook foursquare Newspaper stories and photos The Star-Ledger | Subscribe The Times of Trenton | Subscribe The Jersey Journal | Subscribe South Jersey Times | Subscribe Hunterdon County Democrat | Subscribe The Warren Reporter Suburban News Horse News Learn more about our newspapers Mobile iPhone, Android apps | Tablet apps Advance Local Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy

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