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Name: Newswatch 12 Staff
Date registered: April 24, 2012

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  1. Kids Search for Easter Eggs in Ashland — April 20, 2014
  2. I-5 Traffic Slows to 50 mph for 25 Days — April 20, 2014
  3. Shelter Celebrates Adoption Milestone — April 19, 2014
  4. Early Earth Day and Arbor Day — April 19, 2014
  5. Secretary of the Interior at Crater Lake — April 19, 2014

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Kids Search for Easter Eggs in Ashland

ASHLAND, Ore. — The weather was perfect Sunday for the Easter egg hunt in Lithia Park. Thousands of little ones met the Easter bunny and searched for some 255 dozen eggs. As NewsWatch 12 photojournalist Dustin Peters shows us, even the ones who didn’t find the golden egg still had a great time.

I-5 Traffic Slows to 50 mph for 25 Days

PHOENIX, Ore. — Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) analysts say drivers should expect delays on Interstate 5 for the next few weeks. Starting Monday, ODOT will drop travel down to one lane in each direction at exit 24 near Phoenix. This change will allow crews to install a storm water pipe below the highway. It’s … Continue reading »

Shelter Celebrates Adoption Milestone

MEDFORD, Ore. — Southern Oregon Humane Society is celebrating 5,000 dog adoptions this weekend through its “Saving Train” program. The shelter saves lives through that program, targeting dogs who are in line to be euthanized at other shelters. Saturday the shelter commemorated the milestone with a party. Also, every dog adopted Saturday left with a … Continue reading »

Early Earth Day and Arbor Day

ASHLAND, Ore. — Thousands celebrated Earth Day early at ScienceWorks in Ashland Saturday. There were 65 exhibits showing visitors different technologies, tips for energy conservation, waste management, habitat restoration and even a cardboard city. One of the event coordinators, Paige Prewett, says the focus of the event was education. “All of the exhibitors are here … Continue reading »

Secretary of the Interior at Crater Lake

CRATER LAKE, Ore. — The US Secretary of the Interior, Sally Jewell, is kicking off National Park Week with a visit to Crater Lake National Park. Secretary Jewell strapped on snowshoes and hit the trails with students and teachers from Eugene’s Network Charter School. She also held an informal question and answer session with students … Continue reading »

Oregon Trout Season Officially Begins

MEDFORD, Ore. — Starting next week, trout season will begin for many Oregon anglers with the opening of several popular fisheries. On Saturday, April 26, hundreds of miles of rivers and streams and many lakes will open around the state for trout fishing. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife says while many lakes and … Continue reading »

Oz Fitness to Close

MEDFORD, Ore. — A sign on the gym’s door reveals Oz Fitness will close on April 30th. Officials with the facility say they attempted to negotiate with the landlord on Chapter 11 protection without success. Stay with NewsWatch 12 for more details as they become available on this developing story.

Lt. Sergi Speaks Out on Investigation

MEDFORD, Ore. — A candidate running for Jackson County Sheriff is speaking out on the current investigation against him. Lieutenant Bob Sergi released a statement on Thursday about the current criminal investigation by the Oregon Department Of Justice into his election campaign. In the statement, Sergi says he has been accused of using addresses from … Continue reading »

Murder in Klamath Falls

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Police are investigating a murder in Klamath Falls. The Klamath County District Attorney’s Office says police officers responded to a report of a murder at approximately 6:12 a.m. on Thursday on the 1800 block of Laverne Avenue. Officers reportedly found a deceased male on the scene who had been shot multiple … Continue reading »

Prescott Park Plan Needs Votes

MEDFORD, Ore. — Mountain bike enthusiasts are asking for your help. They need online votes to help the group make a new trail system become a reality on Roxy Ann. The Prescott Park plan adds 25 miles of mountain bike-specific trails, with easy through difficult markings. A helmet company is giving away $100,000 to the … Continue reading »

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