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

Latest posts

  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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Local Winemakers React to Napa Quake

TALENT, Ore. – The Sunday morning earthquake was centered near the wine epicenter of the United States. Multiple wineries have reported damaged property, including oak barrels full of aged wine falling to the ground. Local vintners say natural disasters are something most winemakers prepare for. Typically catastrophic insurance covers the wine, equipment, and even the … Continue reading »

Minivan Pulled From Rogue River

ROGUE RIVER, Ore. — Search and rescue officials say when fishermen arrived at the Robertson Bridge boat ramp this morning, they were greeted by a minivan in the middle of the Rogue River. Unsure if someone is inside, they immediately called for help. It turns out the van was empty and there are no known … Continue reading »

Air Base Established in Cave Junction

CAVE JUNCTION, Ore. — The air is clear at the Illinois Valley Airport in Cave Junction, but 50 miles south the air is so smoky, it’s impacted the ability to use air resources on the Happy Camp Complex. Nine helicopters, ranging from Type 3′s to Type 1′s were all on the ground early Thursday afternoon. … Continue reading »

“Ice Bucket Challenge” Making an Impact

MEDFORD, Ore. — A bag of ice, bucket of water and a link to donate are all it has taken to have the nation turn its attention to ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. While the viral videos have been a novelty on facebook feeds and on t.v. screens, ALS Association representatives said there has … Continue reading »

Mt. Ashland Hires New General Manager

MT ASHLAND, Ore. — It was a challenging winter for Mount Ashland. Not enough snow fell to get the lifts up and running for the first time in the slope’s history. The off-season has been busy and officials said the hire of a general manager will get them back on track to improving the skiing … Continue reading »

Boy Scout Makes Archery Range Targets

WHITE CITY, Ore. — Ten new targets now line the Jackson County Sports Park’s archery range. A local boy scout is behind the project range officials said was much needed. Collin Neilson said he’s lost count on the number of hours he’s spent during the last two summers planning, fund raising, and building the targets. … Continue reading »

Medford Hosts Leadership Convention

MEDFORD, Ore. — Friday, the Chamber of Medford and Jackson County showed off all the area has to offer to visitors for a leadership convention. The event rotates to a new city every year and has been planned for the past 8 months. The convention began Thursday and runs through Saturday night and has a series … Continue reading »

Happy Camp Complex Brings Thick Smoke

HAPPY CAMP, Calif. –  An estimated 20 fires make up the Happy Camp Complex each of which is sending thick smoke  into the sky and while the fires continue to be fought, the fire camp continues to grow. Thick smoke in Happy Camp had Bonita Thom wearing a mask as she worked outside helping her … Continue reading »

Helitack Base to Set Up In Cave Junction

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — No exact timeline has been given, but the Illinois Valley airport is now ready to go for the helicopters to move in. The Grants Pass and Illinois Valley airports are no stranger to hosting air attack during fire season and this year will be no different. Last year, both airport locations … Continue reading »

Residents Take Action During Drought

ASHLAND, Ore. — Earlier this summer, Ashland city officials were cautious to see if water curtailment would be needed for the first time since 2009. So far, it is not needed, thanks in large part to voluntary efforts of water conservation by Ashland residents. Six and a half million gallons of water are used in … Continue reading »

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