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Name: Laura Campbell
Date registered: October 11, 2012

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  1. Violent Media Linked to Child Aggression — October 17, 2014
  2. Joe Biden’s Son Discharged From Navy — October 17, 2014
  3. Vehicle Crash on I-5 Results in Fatality — October 17, 2014
  4. Teddy Roosevelt Show At Callahan’s Lodge — October 17, 2014
  5. Harry & David’s Hiring Event: Successful — October 17, 2014

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Mount Ashland GM Starting Out Strong

ASHLAND, Ore. — The new Mount Ashland General Manager is wasting no time in getting to work. Hiram Towle says, he plans to spend the next few weeks getting to know the program and reaching out to the community. Last season, Mount Ashland was plagued with little snow, and did not open their ski season … Continue reading »

OSP Identifies Driver of Fatal Crash

RICHARDSON, Ore. – Oregon State Police (OSP) is continuing the investigation following the discovery early Monday of a single vehicle fatal crash scene down a steep embankment off Old Stage Coach Road north of Highway 126W in Lane County. The ongoing investigation confirmed the deceased victim, Canyon Arthur McCardel, was driving the vehicle. OSP was notified … Continue reading »

Senate to Vote on Arming Syrian Rebels

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The US senate is expected to vote on a plan to fight back against ISIS in Syria by arming other rebel groups. This comes a day after the US house approved the President’s plan. The Syrian rebel training authorization is tucked into a spending bill, going before US senators today. Experts say, … Continue reading »

Red Cross On Set With NewsWatch 12

MEDFORD, Ore. — There are organizations in place to not only help people cope with the immediate shock of devastations, but to make a plan for the future which can sometimes be hard to even think about at first. The Southern Oregon chapter of Red Cross is helping the family in Medford whose home burned … Continue reading »

Truck Crash in Scottsburg Closes Hwy 38

[UPDATE 5:00 p.m]: The drive r was identified as Brian J. Neeley, age 54, from Sheridan. Neeley was cited by OSP for Careless Driving and Fail to Drive Within Lane. SCOTTSBURG, Ore. — Highway 38 at the Scottsburg Bridge near milepost 16 is still closed following a traffic crash involving a commercial truck pulling a flatbed … Continue reading »

Weather Helps Coos District Fire Levels

BROOKINGS, Ore. — Weather changes have brought cooler conditions to the Coos Forest Protective Association.  The reduced fire danger levels are allowing fire mangers to lower fire levels within the district.  Lands protected by CFPA within Regulated Use Areas CS-1, CS-2, CS-4, CS-5, SK-1 and SK-2 will lower to a Level II (2).  Changes are … Continue reading »

Onion Mountain Fire Evacuation Update

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Effective Thursday, September 18, 2014 at 9:30 a.m., Level 1 Evacuation advisories continue due to the Onion Mountain Fire, as well as the adding of one additional Level 1 Evacuation advisory as listed below. THE ONLY evacuations are the Level 1 advisory evacuations. The fire was estimated this morning to be … Continue reading »

Rainfall Lowers Douglas Co. Fire Levels

ROSEBURG, Ore. – A change in the weather pattern has brought cooler and wet conditions to the region. This is allowing fire officials with the Douglas Forest Protective Association to lower fire restrictions for industrial forest operators. Effective Thursday, September 18th at 9:00 a.m., the Industrial Fire Precaution Level will be reduced to level 2 across … Continue reading »

Child Abuse Case Causes Spanking Debate

CHICAGO, Ill. — The Minnesota Vikings have banned NFL star Adrian Peterson from team activities, after he was accused of abusing his 4-year-old son with a branch and a belt. This allegation is reigniting a debate among parents about if spanking is an appropriate form of punishment. Spanking is not a new issue for researchers … Continue reading »

Tourists Shocked by Weed Fire Damage

WEED, Calif. — A group of international tourists say, one of the most striking memories of their cross-country trip is driving through weed. The group from Finland says, they’ve dreamed about visiting America for years. They started their journey in New York, as they planned to visit big cities all across the US, but when … Continue reading »

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