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Name: Laura Campbell
Date registered: October 11, 2012

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  1. WATCH: State of the Union Address — January 20, 2015
  2. Out & About: December Celebrations — December 11, 2014
  3. UO Panel’s Sex Assault Report Released — December 10, 2014
  4. Explosion Evacuates California School — November 14, 2014
  5. Ashland Holds Flood Preparation Workshop — November 14, 2014

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WATCH: State of the Union Address

The State of the Union Address starts at 6 p.m. PT. Click on the window above to watch it live. (CNN) — It’s no secret what’s in this year’s State of the Union Address. There have been spoilers everywhere. It’s a new strategy that’s taking out a lot of steam from the actual speech. “As … Continue reading »

Out & About: December Celebrations

Gypsy Soul Concert for Winterspring While this time of year is supposed to merry and bright, for some people the holiday season is tough because of the grief they struggle with. That’s why, The Utilitarian Church in Ashland will host the band Gypsy Soul to raise money and awareness by rocking out. There are performances … Continue reading »

UO Panel’s Sex Assault Report Released

EUGENE, Ore. — There are dozens of recommendations in a new report from the University of Oregon President’s review panel on school policies on sexual violence on campus. Advocates for change to sexual misconduct policies on campus say now that the panel’s report is out, there’s no reason for the administration to delay implementing at … Continue reading »

Explosion Evacuates California School

VALLEJO, Calif. – In Northern California, students were evacuated after a small explosion rocked a classroom at Vallejo High School. School officials say it may be related to the Napa area quake almost three months ago. Officials say the gas has been turned off since the 6.0 magnitude earthquake that struck in August, so they … Continue reading »

Ashland Holds Flood Preparation Workshop

ASHLAND, Ore. — Emergency agencies around the Rogue Valley are getting better prepared to fight flooding. More than twenty different local agencies are attending a workshop this week held at the Ashland City Yard on Mountain and B Street. The agencies are from Medford, Ashland, Central Point and Jackson County. Those attending, got hands-on experience … Continue reading »

YMCA Offers Advice on Reducing Diabetes

MEDFORD, Ore. — This month is National Diabetes Awareness month, and the Rogue Valley YMCA is encouraging everyone to learn their risks and reduce their chances of developing the disease.

Kid Rides in Race Car to School

HOMESTEAD, Fla. — Some kids dream of getting a ride to school in a race car, and one of those kids had his dream come true. Seven-year old Caleb was all smiles on his way to school this week. That’s because he got to ride in Scott Lagasse’s number 33 Camaro. The ride was part … Continue reading »

Wade Phillips Indicted on Murder Charges

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. – The man suspected of shooting and killing his wife in front of witnesses on Tuesday appeared in court and has been indicted. The charges Wade Eugene Phillips will face are Murder and three counts of Attempted Murder. On November 11, 2014 that occurred on Truax Rd, in Central Point. The Jackson County Sheriff’s Department … Continue reading »

New Helmet Design to Reduce Concussions

SEATTLE Wash. — A new football helmet designed by engineers at the University of Washington could reduce the kind of impacts causing concussions in players. A Seattle start-up company plans to create a new generation of helmets that can flex and absorb repetitive impacts while cradling the head. Dave Marver, CEO and Co-Founder of the … Continue reading »

Artists Promote “Sequels” With Gallery

LOS ANGELES — Movie fans, anxious for Hollywood sequels of their favorite films to be made, decided to show not tell movie makers how badly they want the films. The exhibit is called “Sequel” and it shows movies that haven’t been made yet, but the artists of the posters really wish they could be seen … Continue reading »

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