Ashley Hall

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Name: Ashley Hall
Date registered: May 4, 2012

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  1. High School Choir Flash Mob Confusion — December 19, 2014
  2. US – Cuban Relationship Change — December 17, 2014
  3. Near-Escape at Jackson County Jail — December 12, 2014
  4. Shooting Outside Portland HS — December 12, 2014
  5. Getting Help After Wind Damage — December 12, 2014

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High School Choir Flash Mob Confusion

(UPDATE: 12:20PM)  KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — An effort to spread Christmas joy was dampened at the Klamath Falls Walmart Thursday evening.  But the Henley High School choir says it was all a misunderstanding and they have no hard feelings. According to the high school principal, the choir teacher reached out to Walmart  days in advance … Continue reading »

US – Cuban Relationship Change

(CNN) — Today a major breakthrough in US – Cuba relations. President Obama has instructed Secretary of State John Kerry to immediately begin talks with Cuba about restarting diplomatic relations, which were severed in January 1961. The US will also re-establish an embassy in Havana in the coming months. But critics, including republican Senator Marco … Continue reading »

Near-Escape at Jackson County Jail

MEDFORD – Two inmates awaiting trial for federal crimes are accused of attempting to escape the Jackson County Jail.  Inmates Gerald Schram, 62, and Henry Carr, 35, now face state charges of attempting to escape and criminal mischief.  Both remain held without bail. An off duty corrections deputy was leaving the jail on December 2nd, … Continue reading »

Shooting Outside Portland HS

PORTLAND, Ore. –  There is now a fourth victim of a shooting at a Portland high school.  A young woman who had a bullte graze her today. Three other victims, two males and one female, were in the direct line of fire outside a Portland high school at noon today. They ran to the high … Continue reading »

Getting Help After Wind Damage

MEDFORD, Ore. — As many people assess damage from Thursday’s windstorm, there are steps you should take to get help paying for damaged homes, businesses and vehicles. Wind damage is covered under standard homeowners and business insurance policies. Vehicle owners with optional Comprehensive Coverage also are insured.  If you have renter’s insurance, only damage to … Continue reading »

Consumer Reports: Tire Warning

(CONSUMER REPORTS) — Tires are expensive! Consumer Reports’ top-rated all-season SUV tire, the Michelin Latitude Tour, costs $168. Tires from China can cost far less than better-known brands. Consumer Reports included several in recent tests: the $114 Geostar, the $95 Pegasus Advanta SUV, and the $85 Sunny SN-3606. All of the tires go through the … Continue reading »

Libraries to Expand Hours

MEDFORD, Ore. —  The Jackson County Library District is expanding hours at all 15 branches. It will open an additional 58 hours starting at the first of the year. Since the libraries reopened in 2007, the hours have been very limited . Along with the additional time, they have tried to also adjust current hours … Continue reading »

Cavemen Lead Christmas Parade

GRANTS PASS, Ore. —  The Grants Pass High School Cavemen Football team is the Grand Marshal of the 2014 Downtown Christmas Parade this Saturday. The Cavemen recently finished the 2014 season with a perfect regular season record and made it to the OSAA Quarterfinals. They will be joined in the parade by their coaches, the … Continue reading »

Mike Riley Named Head Coach at Nebraska

Click on the video above to watch our coverage from our Game Day and Game Night Anchor Jake Zivin. CORVALLIS, Ore. — The University of Nebraska announced Thursday that it has hired Mike Riley as its new head football coach. Nebraska’s Director of Athletics Shawn Eichorst released a statement on the @Huskers twitter page saying: “There … Continue reading »

Anchor Mom: Preparing for Preschool

My “baby” just turned 3.  He’ll be the first to tell you he’s no longer a baby.  But since he has a fall birthday, I get to pretend for a few extra months before he’s “supposed” to start school. But the truth is that our daycare provider already does school work with him.  And he … Continue reading »

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