Joe Wilson

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Name: Joe Wilson
Date registered: June 18, 2013

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  1. Purple Parrot Would-be Robber Returns — January 30, 2015
  2. Body Found Identified as Chase Suspect — January 30, 2015
  3. Romney Not Running in 2016 — January 30, 2015
  4. Power Outage in Medford [UPDATE] — January 30, 2015
  5. Jobless Claims Fall to 15 Year Low — January 29, 2015

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Purple Parrot Would-be Robber Returns

MEDFORD, Ore. — A suspect wanted for a botched robbery attempt at the Purple Parrot on Highland Dr. in Medford earlier this week is now being sought for returning to that same location and stealing money. According to Medford Police, on Friday morning at about 8:30, the man from the surveillance video from Wednesday’s incident … Continue reading »

Body Found Identified as Chase Suspect

[UPDATE] The body found this afternoon is that of a high speed chase suspect named Christopher Sellars. Sellers was involved in a high speed chase on December 19th of last year. Troopers from the Klamath Falls Patrol office attempted to stop an orange Ford Expedition for a traffic violation on Highway 66 in Klamath. The driver who … Continue reading »

Romney Not Running in 2016

WASHINGTON D.C. (CNN) — Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney will not make a third run for president, CNN has confirmed, and will tell supporters in a teleconference he believes it’s “best to give other leaders in the party the opportunity” to become the nominee. The call comes as Romney has faced deep skepticism from some quarters … Continue reading »

Power Outage in Medford [UPDATE]

[UPDATE 9:17 A.M.] Pacific Power reports service has been restored to the impacted area as of 9:02 A.M. MEDFORD, Ore. —  Crews are working to restore power more than 1,600 residents – including Roosevelt Elementary School on Queen Anne Ave. in Medford. A downed power line in blamed for the outage. According to the Medford School District, school … Continue reading »

Jobless Claims Fall to 15 Year Low

CNN – The fewest number of Americans filed for unemployment last week since the year 2000. Jobless claims fell to 265,000, marking the lowest that number’s been in nearly 15 years. While the number may be seen as a sign of a recovering economy, some economists aren’t celebrating the news. They said the Martin Luther … Continue reading »

Double Fatal Crash On Highway 99

JUNCTION CITY, Ore.  – Oregon State Police continue to investigate a double fatal vehicle accident that occurred on Highway 99 near Milliron Road this morning. Preliminary investigation indicates that shortly before 7:00 A.M., this morning, a red, 1991 Ford Explorer, driven by Jacob W. Harper Leonard (29) of Junction City, was northbound on Hwy. 99 … Continue reading »

2nd Mistrial in Medford Murder Trial

MEDFORD, Ore. — For the second time, the trial of a Medford man accused of killing his girlfriend has been declared a mistrial. The second trial against Jose Valencia-Gaona started in a Jackson County courtroom on Monday.  Valencia-Gaona charged with murdering 38-year-old Maria Rodriguez outside her apartment in  October of 2013. According to the Jackson County District Attorney’s … Continue reading »

Police Seek Botched Purple Parrot Robber

MEDFORD, Ore. — Police are investigating a presumed botched robbery at a local tobacco and lottery shop. On Wednesday at about 12:30 P.M., police received reports of a man walking into the Purple Parrot on Highland Dr. wearing a ski mask, gloves and dark clothing. He allegedly looked around, saw customers and left. Employees say … Continue reading »

Clinton Agrees to Testify About Benghazi

WASHINGTON D.C. (CNN) — Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is preparing to again testify about the Benghazi attack. The 2012 attack against the U.S. diplomatic outpost in the Libyan city killed four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens. Republicans have accused the Obama Administration of not doing enough to protect the Americans in Libya. Clinton last … Continue reading »

Civil Rights Heroes Exonerated

Rock Hill, S.C. (CNN) — 54 years after their arrest, a group of black men known as the “Friendship Nine” have been exonerated. This week, a judge reviewed the case of the first civil rights activists to serve jail time for sitting at an all-white lunch counter in South Carolina, pioneering the civil rights movement’s … Continue reading »

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