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Date registered: April 24, 2012


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  1. Monitored Person Cleared of Ebola Risk — November 21, 2014
  2. Grants Pass Police Arrest Jeremy McGhee — November 21, 2014
  3. Injured Pedestrian Dies in Hospital — November 20, 2014
  4. Gingerbread Jubilee Benefits Maslow — November 20, 2014
  5. Consumer Reports: Cell Phone Service — November 20, 2014

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Oregon Honey Festival

ASHLAND, Ore. — The very first Oregon Honey Festival was held Saturday in Ashland. The event at the Ashland Springs Hotel featured 21 vendors from all over the state. Many vendors had samples of their honey along with other honey-based products. In addition to samples, some provided useful information about bee keeping. Some at the … Continue reading »

Pedestrian Struck by Motorist in Medford

MEDFORD, Ore. — A woman is in the hospital in critical condition after a motor vehicle accident Crater Lake Avenue and Brookhurst Street in Medford. Medford Police and Fire responded to the crash at around 3:14 p.m. on Saturday. Police report a 26-year-old woman was crossing the roadway and was struck by a motorist. Police … Continue reading »

Several Arrested After Drug Bust

MEDFORD, Ore. — Six people were arrested at a Medford home last night after law enforcement officials carried out a search warrant. Medford Police officers say 16 people were found in the home at the time of the search. MPD, detectives, and members of the Medford Area Drug and Gang Enforcement team conducted the search … Continue reading »

Woman Recovering After Punch to the Face

SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. — A 23-year old woman is recovering after she was attacked by a homeless man at work. It happened just after ten in the morning yesterday, as shops were opening. The man had previously spoken with the girl, then left. He comes back into the store and walks right up to … Continue reading »

Ski and Snowboard Swap This Weekend

MEDFORD, Ore. — The Medford Ski Education Foundation is hosting their annual public ski and snowboard swap event. Thousands of bargained-priced, new and used gear, clothing, and accessories are available. Sellers range from people looking to swap out old stuff, to winter-sports merchants offering clearance prices on gear. An early bird special is tonight at … Continue reading »

Winds Bring Down Trees in Tigard

TIGARD, Ore. — Dozens of people in Tigard had to take a detour to work yesterday, after a massive tree came crashing down. Neighbors say the giant oak was pushed down by the winds. They also say on the way down, it took out power lines in the area and crushed a handful of cars. … Continue reading »

Pet of the Week: Papaya

Meet Papaya, NewsWatch 12’s Pet of the Week! He is a 2 1/2 month of Flame Point Oriental. He may be small, but he is feisty! Papaya’s fur is white, so he would be best suited as an indoor cat. If you would like to adopt Papaya or any other cat you can contact the Committed Alliance To … Continue reading »

Legal Marijuana Will Help Oregon Economy

SALEM, Ore. — Experts say Oregon will gain about 20 million dollars per year in tax revenue from legal marijuana sales. The Oregon Liquor Control Commission chair says this is an estimation and not nailed down just yet. This budgeting is based on existing and forecasted sales and demand in the state. It also accounts … Continue reading »

Oregon Discusses Future of Pot Violation

OREGON — Recreational marijuana isn’t officially legal until next summer, but some counties in Oregon are already changing how they prosecute marijuana violations. Prosecutors in Multnomah County announced they will dismiss 50 pending cases involving marijuana, and future marijuana crimes will not be pursued. Southern Oregon authorities and the Jackson County District Attorney say enforcement … Continue reading »

Oregon Bills Pass through D.C.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — As the lame-duck session of Congress gets into full swing, two Oregon Senators get bills passed that could mean big changes for the state. The Energy and Natural Resources Committee passed Senator Ron Wyden’s O & C Act on Thursday. This increases timber harvests and timber sales, while also working to protect … Continue reading »

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