Ashley Hall

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Name: Ashley Hall
Date registered: May 4, 2012

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  1. HealthWatch: Alzheimer’s Risk in Women — April 16, 2014
  2. Huddleston Guilty on All Counts — April 16, 2014
  3. Ashland Prepares for Plastic Bag Ban — April 16, 2014
  4. Cinder Block Suspects Identified — April 15, 2014
  5. HealthWatch: “Hangry” Fighting — April 14, 2014

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Kids Bowl Free Summer Program

MEDFORD, Ore. –  Summer is a time when many kids enjoy a break from structure, which can lead to boredom, and occassionally trouble. To make sure kids can have fun in a safe way, Roxy Ann Lanes is joining a national effort to offer kids free summer bowling. You have to register online before kids … Continue reading »

State Auction Brings Crowd to White City

WHITE CITY, Ore. — This weekend, thousands of items left in safety deposit boxes will be auctioned off in southern Oregon. This is the first time in several years that the auctions are being held in our area, instead of Salem. People from all over the state, as well as from out of state, are … Continue reading »

HealthWatch: Child Cancer Research Fund

WASHINGTON, D.C. –  President Barack Obama signed a pediatric research initiative into law today. Known as the Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act, the law establishes a 10-year pediatric research fund. Monies previously designated to finance national political conventions will now be used to support research into childhood cancer and other pediatric diseases and disorders. … Continue reading »

HealthWatch: Help for Heroin Overdose

WASHINGTON, D.C. — FDA regulators are giving the “OK” to a device that can reverse heroin overdoses. The prescription device called Evzio Is like an Epi-pen, which is used to treat severe allergy attacks. It’s injected into muscle — releasing a drug that stops heroin and other opioids from fatally slowing a person’s breathing. The … Continue reading »

HealthWatch: Controversial Pain Med OK’d

IRVINE, Cal. — The FDA’s recent approval of a new painkiller is drawing protests. Zohydro ER is the first medication that contains only hydrocodone. The capsules also contain up to ten times more hydrocodone than medications currently on the market. Those who’ve lost loved ones to prescription drug abuse say Zohydro will only create more … Continue reading »

Federal Timber Dollar Payments Expected

WASHINGTON, D.C. — On Friday,  the US Forest Service announced it will soon release $67.8 million in payments to 18 Oregon counties under the Secure Rural Schools program. Oregon is expected to receive more than $107 million in timber payments, once the Interior Department releases its funding to counties in the coming weeks. A county-by-county … Continue reading »

Klamath Airport to Lose United Service

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – The Crater Lake-Klamath Regional Airport will soon lose United Express service. This is currently the only air service out the Klamath airport. Starting June 5, there will no longer be daily flights operated by Sky West to Portland or San Francisco. Klamath airport officials say they are facing increasing challenges because … Continue reading »

Medford SWAT Stand-off Arrest

MEDFORD, Ore. — 27 year old Thomas Molia is being held in the Jackson County Jail on more than $1,000,000 bail. He faces charges of assaulting and menacing his roommate this morning in Medford. The 29 year old victim is out of the hospital after being treated for a broken elbow, broken fingers, and a head wound that … Continue reading »

HealthWatch: Kids and Bullying

DAVIS, Cal. — A new University of California, Davis, study finds that popular adolescents – but not the most popular ones – are the most likely to bully their friends. Robert Faris, an assistant professor of sociology at UC Davis, says “Our findings underscore the argument that – for the most part – attaining and … Continue reading »

Umpqua Bank Acquires Sterling Financial

Portland, Ore. — Oregon-based Umpqua Bank is just weeks away from acquiring Washington-based Sterling Financial Corporation. A company representative says “the combined company, operating as Umpqua Bank, will have $22 billion in assets and nearly 400 stores across five states, forming the largest community bank on the United States’ West Coast.” The merger is expected to be complete Friday, … Continue reading »

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