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Police Investigate High School Shooting

(CNN) — Two people are dead in a shooting at a high school outside of Seattle, including the alleged shooter.  Four others are currently receiving medical treatment. It was around 10:30 a.m. Students were gathered in a crowded cafeteria at Marysville-Pilchuck High School, 40 miles north of Seattle. Fellow students and eyewitnesses say freshman Jaylen … Continue reading »

In The Garden: Dealing with Fall Leaves

MEDFORD, Ore.– Here’s some ideas of what to do and what not to do with your fall leaves. OSU Master Gardeners say don’t burn them! You can use fall leaves in your garden for compost, mulch, or as a garden amendment; or give them to your gardening friends. You can also call your disposal company … Continue reading »

In The Garden: Planting for Spring Color

MEDORD, Ore.– Bulbs are easy to plant and offer surprise color in the spring. A gardener can choose which to plant by when they bloom. Depending on when you plant them, you can have color from late February through May in your garden. Choose by which may be “safest”, as in the least likely to … Continue reading »

NYC Doctor Tests Positive for Ebola

(CNN) — A ‘Doctors Without Borders’ physician in New York has tested positive for Ebola. 33-year-old Craig Spencer returned from West Africa about 10 days ago and started feeling sick Wednesday night. Thursday morning, he was taken to Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan for testing. On Thursday, officials went door-to-door in spencer’s neighborhood, talking to neighbors … Continue reading »

National Parks to Raise Fees

CRATER LAKE, Ore. — National parks are getting the green light to raise their entrance fees. Park officials say this is the first time they are given the opportunity in eight years. Representatives at Crater Lake National Park say they are not sure if they will raise fees just yet. Before they do they say … Continue reading »

Out & About: Monster Dash & Flashdance

MEDFORD, Ore. — The cast from the Crater Renaissance Academy of Drama heads out to Hanley Farm to spook and scare you. Families can wind their way through a haunted hamlet complete with interactive, very talkative scarecrows and other kids-friendly creepers. Look for apple bobbing, scary movies, and music the event is Saturday and Sunday … Continue reading »

Man Sentenced for Child Sex Abuse

MEDFORD, Ore. — The case of a man accused of sexually abusing and assaulting an 18-month-old child came to a close on Thursday. Matthew Hyrup changed his plea to “No Contest” and accepted a sentence of 25 years in prison. He was arrested in February 2012 for assaulting and sexually abusing his stepson while the … Continue reading »

Medford Heroin Dealer Sentenced

[UPDATE - October 21, 2014] – On Monday, Senior U.S. District Judge Owen M. Panner sentenced Dennis Lee, 45, of Medford to 10 years in federal prison for being a felon in possession of a firearm. Sanchez will be on three years of supervised release after he completes his prison term. Lee’s 10-year sentence is … Continue reading »

Man Injured in Scuffle with Police

MEDFORD, Ore. — A man was reportedly injured after a fight with Medford Police officers on Friday night. On Friday, at about 6:45 p.m., Medford Police say officers were dispatched to the parking lot at 1100 Morrow Road for a physical domestic dispute between a man and a woman. When contacted by the first officer … Continue reading »

Dozens Rally Against Hateful Flyers

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Springfield residents are taking a stand against what they say are hateful words popping up around town. The event’s organizer, Michael Carrigan, said a Springfield individual distributed flyers saying “diversity is white genocide” at Springfield High School and at Native American and Latino events. The man taking responsibility for those flyers is … Continue reading »

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