Officials in southwestern Oregon confirm they have found a pair of pants along the trail taken by missing CNET editor James Kim. They believe the pants were left as a marker and are encouraged that they are looking in the right area.
Here is the official announcement from the leaders of the search-and-rescue effort in southeastern Oregon.
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Four helicopters and ground crews are searching for CNET editor James Kim after following his footprints into a remote mountain canyon in southwestern Oregon. Kim left on foot toward that area Saturday; his wife and daughters were rescued by their Saab st
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Oregon search and rescue officials talk about clues left by CNET Editor James Kim. Searchers continue moving slowly through wooded, rugged canyon.
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