Rob Scott

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Name: Rob Scott
Date registered: July 20, 2012

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Rob Scott joined the NewsWatch 12 team in June 2012. He is a proud graduate of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University. While at Arizona State, Rob completed four internships in television news and radio. During his senior year, he reported for the nation's number one collegiate news station Cronkite NewsWatch. Originally from Roswell, Georgia, Rob lives for adventure and trys to travel to a new place every weekend. Rob is always looking for story ideas. Send him an idea at robscott@KDRV.com

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  1. Some Firefighter Crews Leaving Weed — September 21, 2014
  2. Church Service Continues After Fire — September 21, 2014
  3. Fire Crews Clear Elementary School Path — September 20, 2014
  4. Fire Crews Sifting Through the Rubble — September 17, 2014
  5. Neighbors Help Put Out Gold Hill Fire — September 15, 2014

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Some Firefighter Crews Leaving Weed

WEED, Calif. — At one point the Boles Fire had more than a thousand fire fighters on scene. The Cal Fire Incident Management Team will be gone, leaving local resources in charge. The fire camp at the fairgrounds in Yreka is being taken down and final steps in handing the incident over are being made. … Continue reading »

Church Service Continues After Fire

WEED, Calif. — As residents return to their homes and fire crews move out, church services continue. Nothing remains of the Presbyterian Church after the Boles Fire destroyed it and the Catholic Church across the street. Even with no building, service went on. A small room inside the Weed Mercantile building hosted a few dozen … Continue reading »

Fire Crews Clear Elementary School Path

WEED, Calif. — Elementary school students use a path every day to get up the hill, to and from school.  When the Boles Fire swept through last week, this path was right in its way and was damaged with debris and fallen trees coming right down onto it.  As school officials have their eye on … Continue reading »

Fire Crews Sifting Through the Rubble

WEED, Cal.– Fire Crews are assessing just how much damage was left behind from the Boles Fire. They are sifting through the rubble Wednesday, trying to find anything that may have been sparred. They are also working to make sure the area will be safe for others to enter. Downed power lines, hot spots, and … Continue reading »

Neighbors Help Put Out Gold Hill Fire

GOLD HILL, Ore. — Just after 7:00 p.m. Monday, Gold Hill residents pitched in to help put out a fire started in tall grass behind a storage unit. Neighbors said they saw the fire and immediately called 911, grabbed shovels and garden hoses, and did the best they could to fight the fire. One neighbors … Continue reading »

$2,000 of Fake Bills Used at Business

MEDFORD, Ore. — Police are investigating after a Medford business accepted 20 counterfeit $100 bills from a customer. Medford Police said a man walked into Guitar Center and paid for $2,000 worth of musical instruments and equipment all with fake bills. The incident happened on Friday, but they didn’t realize the money was counterfeit until … Continue reading »

“Speedballing” on the Rise

MEDFORD, Ore. — Medford police arrested three people Saturday night on charges related to possession of meth. Drug abuse is nothing new to southern Oregon, but what is new is an increase in meth being combined with heroin. The combination of meth and heroin at the same time is called speedballing, and while not a new abuse … Continue reading »

Woman’s Birthday Wish is for Missing Boy

MEDFORD, Ore. — An Oregon boy missing for more than four years would have turned 12 Tuesday. A Medford woman shares a birthday with him and is trying to raise awareness about his story. Melissa Bobo has asked her Facebook friends to take a minute to “like” the Facebook page “Missing Kyron Horman” and read … Continue reading »

Sheriff’s Action on Oregon Trail Fraud

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The Klamath County Sheriff is sending four Oregon Trail cards back to Salem after they were confiscated in recent drug arrests. Four men have been arrested over the past two weeks with four things in common. Each of those men had loaded guns, large amounts of drugs and cash as well … Continue reading »

Injured Deputy Home From Hospital

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — On Wednesday, August 27th, Klamath County Deputy Jason Weber was shot twice while making a traffic stop. He’s since been released from a Portland area hospital and is now recovering at home. To get to this point, Klamath County Sheriff Frank Skrah said it took a heroic effort from some community … Continue reading »

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