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


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  1. Officer Involved Shooting in Grants Pass — September 22, 2014
  2. People’s Climate March Worldwide — September 21, 2014
  3. Man Accused of Robbery With Toy Gun — September 20, 2014
  4. Glacier Breaks Off Mt. Shasta — September 20, 2014
  5. Scoggins Creek Fire 200-350 Acres — September 20, 2014

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Pistorius Found Not Guilty of Murder

(CNN) — The murder that captivated South Africa, and the world, is coming to a close. In what was expected to be a lengthy process, the judge began making her ruling in the Oscar Pistorius trial today. In the final days of this dramatic six month long trial, the judge crucially ruled out all murder … Continue reading »

Medford Resident Marks 9/11 With Flag

MEDFORD, Ore. — A Medford resident put up an American flag on the side of her home in memory of September 11th. Marcia Williamson says the flag is 10 by 15 ft., but they had to shorten it to fit on the side of the house. This is the first year they’ve put the flag up. … Continue reading »

Local Firefighters Honor 9/11

MEDFORD, Ore. — More than 300 of those killed on September 11th were firefighters. In honor of their sacrifice, firefighters here in Southern Oregon took part in a memorial stair climb. Several local fire departments climbed the Rogue Manor’s ten stories in memory of their fellow firefighters who ascended the Twin Towers on that fateful … Continue reading »

Happy Camp Mandatory Evacuation Changed

HAPPY CAMP, Calif. — The Siskiyou County Sheriff Office has changed the Mandatory Evacuations to Advisory Evacuations in the following areas on Scott River Road, from Highway 96 to Scott Bar Post Office at 27233 Scott River Rd this includes all of Mill Creek Road. The area between Scott Bar Post Office and Canyon Creek … Continue reading »

Hit List Surfaces at Sherwood High

SHERWOOD, Ore. — Just a week after school started at a Portland-area high school, a hit list has surfaced that has parents and students concerned. Police say a Sherwood High School student wrote up a list of 23 students, but the list didn’t include any information about specific threats. That’s why police say they aren’t … Continue reading »

Yellow Point Fire Update

  COTTAGE GROVE, Ore. – Mop up is in full gear at the Yellow Point Fire which is approximately 25mi west of Cottage Grove. Roughly, 25mi of hose have been dragged through the mountainous terrain in an effort to extinguish the fire. Crews are worried about the dry air and gusty afternoon winds that are … Continue reading »

Remembering 9/11

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, ceremonies will be held across the United States as the nation looks back on a day that changed this country forever. It was 13 years ago today, thousands of lives were lost during the deadliest terror attack on American soil. Now, through all the pain, the nation will pay tribute to … Continue reading »

Confusion With Cold and Flu Season

CLEVELAND, Ohio — With Fall right around the corner, many people can expect their allergies to start kicking back up and because the season collides with cold and flu season, it can be tough to tell which foe you’re fighting. Doctors say we are in the heart of ragweed allergy season. With mold allergy season … Continue reading »

President Obama Addresses ISIS Issue

WASHINGTON, D.C. — All eyes were on President Obama yesterday as he issued a direct warning to ISIS terrorists, and a call-to-action for the rest of the world. After two weeks of criticism, the President is now on the offensive when it comes to defending the United States. In a primetime speech from the White … Continue reading »

UO Study Shows Wildfire Benefits

EUGENE, Ore. — A three-year study by the University of Oregon shows there are benefits to wildfires. Staff with the Ecosystem Workforce Program say they wanted to take a look at the impact they can have on a community, outside the obvious damaging effects. While wildfires have positive ecological roles, this recent research focuses on … Continue reading »

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