Ashley Hall

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Name: Ashley Hall
Date registered: May 4, 2012

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  1. Fire Danger Level Increasing to Extreme — July 18, 2014
  2. Lights Out in Rogue River — July 10, 2014
  3. HealthWatch: Concussions vs. Privilege — July 9, 2014
  4. Power Outage Planned for Rogue River — July 9, 2014
  5. AnchorMom: Fighting Eczema — July 9, 2014

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Consumer Reports: Top Lawn Mowers

FORT MYERS, Fla. — When buying a lawn mower, Consumer Reports’ Peter Sawchuk says the “most important (thing) is to consider the size of your property. If you have a larger property, that is it takes you more than a half an hour to mow your lawn, then you should consider a self-propelled mower.” Consumer … Continue reading »

Fire Mop Up Continues

WHITE CITY, Ore. — Crews are still out mopping up the Modoc Road Fire. Fifty people are still on scene. Hotspots are still burning and crews are working from the perimeter inward to put out the hot spots. The Upper Table Rock Trail was reopened Friday and several hikers are out.

Kids Connect with Nature

LAKE OF THE WOOD, Ore. –   Kids from Oregon and California are participating in a week-long camp hosted by the Bureau of Land Management. The “Resources and People, or “RAP” Camp is held each summer at Camp Esther Applegate teaches kids a variety of things about the great outdoors. To find out more, click here.

Consumer Reports: “Natural” or Not?

YONKERS, N.J. — Food labeled “natural” is one of the latest lures in the grocery aisle. A just-released Consumer Report’s survey found that 59 percent of people look for foods labeled “natural” when they shop. But Consumer Reports says it’s essentially meaningless claim. Consumer Reports expert, Urvashi Rangan, says “The Food and Drug Administration doesn’t … Continue reading »

SOU, Outgoing President Speak Candidly

ASHLAND, Ore. — Southern Oregon University is looking for a new president. Mary Cullinan announced Monday she is leaving to head Eastern Washington University. The news comes amid what has been a tough past few months for the school. Cullinan says, after a long tenure, it was time for her to go. “I’ve been here for … Continue reading »

High Tech Crimes Investigation Changes

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — An effort to save money is being cited as the driving force behind the closure of the office of the Southern Oregon High Tech Crimes Task Force. The City of Central Point Police Department  says it recently decided that things could be improved by “transitioning away from the current lab-based service … Continue reading »

Shooting Victim’s Family Speaks

TROUTDALE, Ore. –  The family of Emilio Hoffman have released a statement, just one day after the 15 year old was killed at Reynolds High School by a fellow freshman student. The statement is the words of Jennifer Hoffman, Emilio’s Mother: “We want to share some thoughts about Emilio with the community. Emilio lived in … Continue reading »

S. Medford Suspect Identified

MEDFORD, Ore. – State, county and city law enforcement officers have identified the person who ran from a stolen vehicle after a high speed chase along Interstate 5 between Phoenix and Medford last night. They are searching for 19 year old Joshua Munoz from Lake Stevens, Washington. He is described as a black male, 5’11″, … Continue reading »

Reynolds High School Shooter Identified

TROUTDALE, Ore. — The Troutdale Police Chief says yesterday’s shooter at Reynolds High School was a freshman student, 15 year old Jared Michael Padgett. He apparently used a guitar case to carry weapons onto campus.  Police say he had a handgun, an AR-15 style rifle, 9 loaded magazines capable of holding hundreds of rounds of … Continue reading »

Anchor Mom: Thank Goodness for Dad!

As a working mom, my husband has the joy of doing many of the things moms typically handle.  After school taxi-service, sitting through long sports practices, cooking dinner, and giving the kids baths.  And he does it without me.  I’m on the air from the time school ends until 7pm. And he works full time, … Continue reading »

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