Kasey Kershner

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Name: Kasey Kershner
Date registered: March 3, 2014

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  1. Man Killed In Yreka DUI Accident — November 26, 2014
  2. Man Arrested for Murder of 3 Month Old — November 26, 2014
  3. Ferguson Officer Not Charged — November 24, 2014
  4. Another Admits Guilt in Iron 44 Crash — November 24, 2014
  5. 1986 Assault Leads To New Connections — November 20, 2014

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Man Killed In Yreka DUI Accident

YREKA, Calif. — A Yreka man is facing charges of felony DUI and possibly manslaughter after a crash early Wednesday morning. California Highway Patrol said at about 2 a.m. Jack Franklin of Yreka was driving down Old Highway 99 just outside the city with one male passenger. Franklin lost control of the car coming around a curve … Continue reading »

Man Arrested for Murder of 3 Month Old

YREKA, Calif. – A Siskiyou County father is accused of the murder of his three month old daughter. On November 17th, Yreka Police responded to a report of the three month old not breathing. The baby was transported to Fairchild Medical Center, but due to the severe nature of her injuries, she was taken to UC … Continue reading »

Ferguson Officer Not Charged

FERGUSON, Mo. —  St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney, Robert McCulloch, announced Monday night that Police Officer Darren Wilson will not be indicted for the Aug. 9 shooting of unarmed Ferguson teenager, Michael Brown. A Missouri grand jury made the decision on Monday. McCulloch said grand jurors ruled that “no probable cause exists” to indict Wilson … Continue reading »

Another Admits Guilt in Iron 44 Crash

MEDFORD, Ore. — A new development was released on Monday in the deadly Iron 44 helicopter crash that killed 9 people in 2008. Monday, the U.S. Department of Justice announced another former Carson Helicopters official is admitting guilt to criminal charges for lying about the aircraft’s safety. Steven Metheny, 44, of Medford, Oregon pleaded guilty to … Continue reading »

1986 Assault Leads To New Connections

MEDFORD, Ore. — Almost 28 years ago, on December 17, 1986, Medford was shaken by a random act of violence, when a young woman was stabbed multiple times walking into work at BiMart. Loretta Russell’s attacker was caught, and is now serving his sentence in the Oregon State Penitentiary. 66-year-old Rodney Halbower has been in … Continue reading »

New Fencing for School Safety

WHITE CITY, Ore. — Jackson County School District 9 says safety is its top priority, and is now working on installing full fencing around each campus. At Table Rock Elementary, one opening at a gate is now the only spot you can enter or exit the campus during regular school hours, and it’s locked after … Continue reading »

Local Reaction to GMO Ban Lawsuit

ASHLAND, Ore. — The Jackson County Farmers who are suing over the voter-approved GMO ban are not commenting on the $4.2 million lawsuit. The county is not yet willing to speculate what the litigation will mean for the future of the ban. Two farms filed the suit against the county on Monday, and said the GMO ban … Continue reading »

Ashland Man Sentenced for Assault

MEDFORD, Ore. — An Ashland man will spend time in prison after pleading guilty to two counts of second degree assault in September. Eric Torres appeared in the Jackson County Courthouse Monday. A Jackson County judge decided today that 36-year-old Torres will spend 90 months, or about seven and a half years in prison. This … Continue reading »

JCSD9 Recognized for Technology Use

EAGLE POINT, Ore. — A local school district and it’s superintendent will be nationally recognized at the National Connected Superintendents Summit on Wednesday. Superintendent Cynda Rickert with Jackson County School District 9 will attend the Summit at the White House. The district was selected as one of a 100 across the country to be recognized … Continue reading »

Weed, CA: Two Months After Boles Fire

WEED, Calif. — Saturday marks two months since the Boles Fire destroyed hundreds of homes and buildings in Weed, California. The Boles Fire ripped through the small town of Weed, California, causing millions of dollars in damage and leaving many with little to nothing. However, over the last few months, the community has come together … Continue reading »

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