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Name: Laura Campbell
Date registered: October 11, 2012

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  1. Rabies Case Confirmed in Lane County — July 30, 2014
  2. 4th Missing Ethiopian Athlete Found Safe — July 30, 2014
  3. Veteran Celebrates 100th Birthday — July 27, 2014
  4. Police Arrest 12 People in Bar Sweep — July 27, 2014
  5. Drivers Ignoring Roxy Ann Rules — July 27, 2014

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Arthur Puts a Damper on July 4th

NORTH CAROLINA — The Fourth of July plans for millions on the Eastern Seaboard could be in jeopardy, thanks to now Hurricane Arthur. Evacuations have been ordered in North Carolina, where the storm is expected to make landfall. Many residents are loading up today as they prepare to get out of town before the storm … Continue reading »

Freedom Riders Ride Again

WASHINGTON D.C. — Yesterday marked the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Civil Rights Act, and the nation’s capital decided to celebrate in a very special way. Several of the original “Freedom Riders” from the civil rights era boarded buses for a celebratory ride from Washington D.C. to Richmond, VA. They rode on the … Continue reading »

Police Looking for Missing Ashland Woman

ASHLAND, Ore. — Police in Ashland are searching for a missing woman. Sara Jennings, is a 46 year old white female who is 5’1″ and 105 lbs. She has not been heard from since June 28, 2014. Jennings is believed to be driving a silver Toyota Camry 4 door bearing Oregon plate 190DSE. At this time … Continue reading »

Teen Paraglider Rescued From Tree

TRAIL, Ore. — A teen paraglider was safely rescued when they were blown into a tree after being detached from the boat that was pulling them. On Saturday, the 17-year-old was being pulled by a boat on Lost Creek Lake. He was roughly 3,000 feet in the air when after detaching from the boat, he … Continue reading »

Abortion Ban Ballot Fails

SALEM, Ore. — An effort to change Oregon’s long standing law on abortion has fallen apart. Supporters of a measure that would prohibit the use of state funds for abortion services, say they’ve failed to qualify for the November ballot. Officials say, they only collected 95 thousand of the 117 thousand signatures needed to get … Continue reading »

Early Morning Duplex Fire in Medford

MEDFORD, Ore. – An investigation is underway over what caused a fire at a duplex in Medford. It happened about 2:00 A.M. on Bryant St. Officials say the fire broke out in the home’s front living room. Medford police was the first on the scene, and officers used a garden house to knock down the … Continue reading »

Car Show Cruises Past Records

MEDFORD, Ore. — Hundreds of cars from different decades are on display in Medford this weekend as part of the Medford Cruise. Many makes and models from all over are showing off. This year there are more cars participating than ever before, about 600. This year the organizers combined the former Saturday and Sunday shows. … Continue reading »

Rollergirls Gear Up for Weekend Match

MEDFORD, Ore. – The Southern Oregon Rollergirls are a roller derby team based in Medford. NewsWatch 12′s Dustin Peters gives us a look inside the world of roller derby and how the Rollergirls are preparing for Saturday’s match against the Sick Town Derby Dames.

Soldier Sign Goes Up on Highway 34

BENTON COUNTY, Ore. — A highway sign honoring a fallen soldier has finally been put up. ODOT put up the sign in honor of Tyler Troyer on Highway 34. The Tangent man was killed while serving in Iraq. Troyer’s family says the sign will help educate the public about our heroes and keep their memory … Continue reading »

Deputies Shot, Killed Ashland Man

[UPDATE 2:35 PM] Sheriff Mike Winters says two deputies shot and killed 74 year old Earl Harris at his home outside of Ashland yesterday morning. They were there to serve a foreclosure notice. Based on previous attempts to serve similar notices, they had a 4-man swat team at the scene. Harris apparently came out of his … Continue reading »

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