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Name: Laura Campbell
Date registered: October 11, 2012

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  1. Boles Fire Community Meeting Tonight — September 18, 2014
  2. Suspect Identified in Car Jacking Case — September 18, 2014
  3. Woman Arrested for Selling OSU Phones — September 18, 2014
  4. Heritage Barn Workshop at Hanley Farms — September 18, 2014
  5. Mount Ashland GM Starting Out Strong — September 18, 2014

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Kroger Has Program to ‘Pour it Forward’

PORTLAND, Ore. — More than 12.5 million families face hunger and malnutrition in America and look to local food pantries to provide their essential food items. And while milk is one of the most requested items, it is also one of the least-donated items, creating a milk gap. The Kroger Company, including Fred Meyer and QFC, … Continue reading »

Local Seniors Stand Up to Cancer

MEDFORD, Ore. – Seniors around the Rogue Valley are joining the national movement to Stand Up to Cancer. They are standing up because of their own battles with the disease or because it has taken the lives of so many of their family, friends, and loved ones. In honor of Stand Up to Cancer Day … Continue reading »

Flu Vaccination Recommended for Kids

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Flu shots are never fun for kids, but experts say, vaccination is still their best defense against getting sick. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends all children ages six months and older get the flu vaccine. A nasal spray made with live influenza viruses is available, and because it contains a weakened … Continue reading »

Man Arrested for Yard Sale Shooting

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — A Springfield man is in custody for allegedly shooting a man this weekend during a yard sale. Investigators say Phillip Bregg shot another man with a 22-caliber rifle, around 4 p.m. Sunday. Police believe the victim went to the yard sale near 41st Avenue and A Street and witnessed a domestic dispute between … Continue reading »

Heat-Related Illnesses at Autzen Stadium

EUGENE, Ore. — First aid volunteers were busy at Autzen Stadium this weekend as dozens of people suffered from heat-related illnesses during the Ducks game. Around 30 volunteers from the Red Cross helped about 50 people during the game. Throughout Autzen volunteers staffed 10 different First Aid Stations and set up a rehydration station for … Continue reading »

Arrest Made After Neighborhood Chaos

MEDFORD, Ore. – Jackson County Sheriff’s Deputies made an arrest Saturday morning after neighbors reported a man trying to ram his car into a house. Neighbors on the 100 block of Vashti Way in Medford called for help from law enforcement. Deputies on the scene say the man got into an argument with his stepson and was … Continue reading »

MPD Targets Pedestrian Safety

MEDFORD, Ore. — Medford Police conducted a Pedestrian Safety Enforcement on Friday to help raise awareness. Between the hours of 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Police set up at the intersection of Table Rock Road and Mace Road and the operation targeted drivers who failed to yield the right-of-way to pedestrians in an unmarked crosswalk. … Continue reading »

SOU Launches New Degree Program

MEDFORD, Ore. – Southern Oregon is launching a new degree program at its Medford campus, in order to keep up with the emerging needs of the region. The Innovative Leadership Program (INL) bring together five different academic disciplines to deliver specific skills and competencies most desired in a college graduate. “We are sharpening our focus,” … Continue reading »

Temporary Closures Due to Siskiyou Fires

YREKA, Calif. – As the fire complexes continue to burn in Western Siskiyou County, more areas become affected. Many mandatory evacuations have been put into place. With those evacuations, comes closures of roads, campgrounds and trails, including portions of the PCT. These closures are meant to protect the safety of the public during the suppression … Continue reading »

Lawsuit in Wake of Ferguson Protests

FERGUSON, Mo. — The police department in Ferguson, Missouri is now at the center of a multi-million dollar lawsuit. Six people filed the federal lawsuit yesterday, claiming police violated their civil rights during protests following the shooting of a Ferguson teenager by a police officer. The lawsuit asks for 40-million dollars in damages from the … Continue reading »

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