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Date registered: April 24, 2012


The Newswatch 12 Staff login is run by our wonderful producers and web staff. Articles from this author are written by various members of our staff.

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  1. Ferguson Fire 100 Percent Contained — July 29, 2014
  2. 100 Anniversary of World War I — July 27, 2014
  3. Hundreds Ride for Chris Kilcullen — July 27, 2014
  4. 4 Ethiopian Track Members Missing — July 27, 2014
  5. Police Investigate Fatal Hwy 126 Crash — July 27, 2014

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Garage Fire Briefly Spreads to Wildland

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Firefighters responded to a garage fire late Friday night, which also burned one-tenth of an acre. Grants Pass Fire Rescue and police units responded to a garage on fire just before 10 o’clock on North East 12th Street. A detached garage was fully involved in the fire and a vehicle was … Continue reading »

Burglary Turns into Robbery

PROSPECT, Ore. — Jackson County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a call early Friday morning near Prospect. When NewsWatch 12 arrived on scene, four police vehicles were surrounding a residence on Mill Creek Drive. A suspect was brought out in hand-cuffs. Jackson County Sheriff Sergeant Snaith says the original report was for burglary; that burglary then turned … Continue reading »

New Performance Garden at Britt

JACKSONVILLE, Ore. — This year five out of the ten concerts here at Britt’s performance garden are free. The performance garden is also where most pre-concert music will play before each main stage concert. At a cost of just over a million dollars, paid for largely by grants and donations, this garden also solved a … Continue reading »

Search for Chief Continues Next Month

MEDFORD, Ore. — City officials say they are leaning toward keeping Medford Fire and Rescue and Jackson County Fire District 3 separate entities. The City Manager says they plan to make that official on August 21st when they move on the recommendations of a cooperative study. The position of Fire Chief was in question with … Continue reading »

New Businesses Moving into Medford

MEDFORD, Ore. — The City Planning Department says construction is underway for new restaurants and other retail shops. Two new buildings are going up in south Medford near the WalMart. City officials confirm Panda Express, Starbucks Coffee and a GNC store will be in that retail center. The new Denny’s in Medford near Crater Lake … Continue reading »

WEB EXTRA: Police Speak on Arson Arrest

MEDFORD, Ore. — Medford Police have arrested Debra Irene Johns, who they believe is responsible for the multiple suspicious fires in Medford that began on June 25th. Medford Police believe Johns to be connected to 23 fires in downtown Medford in the past month, most recently in the Jackson County Jail bathroom on Wednesday morning. … Continue reading »

Out & About: July 24, 2014

Butterfly & Moth Bioblitz Crater Lake National Park is calling all “citizen scientists”. This weekend head up to cool down and take part in the “Butterfly and Moth Bioblitz.” Local and regional experts will be on hand this Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., for talks and to lead field trips in order to … Continue reading »

“Pulse Point” App Helping Teach CPR

MEDFORD, Ore. — A new app is being used to help people dealing with a cardiac emergency. The app is designed by a non-profit group and sets off an alert when there’s an emergency near you. Even if you don’t know CPR, the app shows you how to do it with visuals. “If anything can … Continue reading »

In the Garden: Harvesting Summer Crops

Ronnie Budge an OSU Master Gardener and in this segment, she talks about the best time to pick your vegetables to get the best flavor. Nearly all of summertime vegetables that are ready for harvest soon should be picked while still young and not too mature. This includes: a. Summer squash, e.g. zucchini, yellow squash: … Continue reading »

OR-7 Wolf Pups Caught on Camera

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. — The famous wolf known as OR-7 has puppies, and they are growing. New photos, released by wildlife officials this week, show OR-7 and his puppies. ODFW can confirm the existence of two cubs, and possibly a third cub. They say there might be more. The cameras took the photos July 12th, … Continue reading »

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