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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UO Sex Assault Victim Releases Statement

EUGENE, Ore. — The woman who claimed three University of Oregon basketball players raped her is finally speaking out in an open letter. The letter, provided by her attorney, was then released by student-run newspaper, The Daily Emerald. In it, the woman says she’s angry about how the UO Athletic Department handled the alleged assault. … Continue reading »

Anchor Mom: Teenage Hope

From the time I was first pregnant and found out I’d be having a girl, many people commented about “watching out for the teenage years.”  After Olivia was born, people would see her quick smile, bright eyes, and questioning nature and say “you’ll have your hands full when she’s a teenager.”  Now, as a kindergartener, … Continue reading »

Custom Bike Raffle for Local Child

TALENT, Ore. — A 12 year old battling brain cancer is getting help from the mountain bike community. Multiple people and agencies have designed and put the bike together worth more than $4,000 dollars. They’re raffling that bike off and hope to raise $10,000 for the local child and his family. The drawing for the … Continue reading »

HealthWatch: Health Insurance for Grads

(CNN) — A lot has happened on the health care front since 2010. And when exchanges under the Affordable Care Act finally opened last fall, it also opened a lot of new options for this year’s college grads. Most campus insurance plans will run until at least the end of the summer. After that, graduates … Continue reading »

“Nap Nanny” Warning: Another Baby Death

WASHINGTON, D.C– A 6th baby has died since 2010 as a result of the Nap Nanny, according the Consumer Product and Safety Commission.  The death happened several months ago in New Jersey, but the CPSC is just now finding out about it. The most recent death of an infant renews the effort to get 10′s … Continue reading »

Anchor Mom: Judge Not

At a soccer party this weekend, one of the moms mentioned to me how great it is that kids are all different. I tend to disagree. Wouldn’t it be easier if they were all the same?  From sleeping habits, to discipline, to eating, to activity levels; I felt like I had it all figured out … Continue reading »

Consumer Reports: No-Touch Screens

YONKERS, N. J. — Computer technology has come a long way; touch screens are now just about everywhere. Now, there are some you don’t even have to touch. Already in today’s living rooms there are games you can control by moving your hands, TVs that work with a wave and some smart phones you can … Continue reading »

Kizhaber Asks For Lawsuit Against Oracle

SALEM, Ore. — Governor Kitzhaber is asking the state attorney to sue the company behind creating the Cover Oregon website. Oregon paid Oracle $134 million dollars to build the site, but it would never be used to actually sign up Oregonians. Instead paper applications had to be filled out with a representative. State officials recently … Continue reading »

Consumer Reports: Hotel Credit Security

YONKERS, N.J. — When you arrive at a hotel and hand over your plastic, most guests assume there are  stringent safeguards in place to protect that information. Margot Gilman with Consumer Reports says “The major credit card companies require businesses to have standard data protections if they want to accept credit and debit cards. It’s … Continue reading »

HealthWatch: Avoiding Vacation Weight

(CNN) – Vacations often lead to weight gain.  But, they don’t have to. Health experts says first off, don’t skip breakfast. Instead, make a healthy meal a part of every morning and save the treats for lunch or dinner. When you head out, take some healthy snacks with you so you won’t be tempted by … Continue reading »

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