Shanda Hurst

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Name: Shanda Hurst
Date registered: June 25, 2013

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  1. Siskiyou Murderer Asking for Retrial — December 18, 2014
  2. GMO Ban Enforcement on Hold — December 18, 2014
  3. Thousands Donated to Cancer Research — December 18, 2014
  4. 12 Scams of Xmas: Malicous Software — December 18, 2014
  5. Bars Preparing to Watch the Raiders — December 18, 2014

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Siskiyou Murderer Asking for Retrial

YREKA, Calif.– The woman convicted of killing her husband at a Siskiyou campground in November 2012, is asking for a retrial. Patricia Maccullum was found guilty of murdering Christopher Maccullum in January of 2013. She has been asking for a new trial since last Summer and got a new attorney this Fall. Her attorney submitted … Continue reading »

GMO Ban Enforcement on Hold

MEDFORD, Ore. — Enforcement for the measure banning GMO crops in Jackson County is on hold until the current lawsuit against it is over. The lawsuit was filed by two local farms in November and claims it causes an economic burden on farmers who grow genetically engineered crops. The Jackson County City Council confirmed the announcement … Continue reading »

Thousands Donated to Cancer Research

MEDFORD, Ore.– The non-profit developed in memory of a local child who lost his battle to cancer, raised thousands for families who endure the same. The Ethan Jostad Foundation donated $10,000 dollars to Children’s Cancer Therapy Development Institute, which is dedicated to child cancer research. The money was collected though business donations and several fundraisers this … Continue reading »

12 Scams of Xmas: Malicous Software

MEDFORD, Ore.– Our society basically has the world at our fingertips with the amount of information we can gather and store on computers and mobile devices. It increases the chance for digital crooks to gain that often sensitive information or completely disrupt our computers. Tech experts said it is often done through what is broadly called … Continue reading »

Bars Preparing to Watch the Raiders

MEDFORD, Ore.– As the Southern Oregon Raiders prepare themselves for the big game Friday, local businesses are getting ready for the crowds. The NAIA National Championships game begins at noon on ESPN-U. Several bars and restaurants across Southern Oregon are showing the game. Here is a list of the places we know so far: Ashland: … Continue reading »

12 Scams of Xmas: Fake Charities

MEDFORD, Ore.– This time of year people are often filled with the Christmas spirit and want to do something nice for people in need; but Medford Police said others often take advantage of that. They said scammers sometimes create fake charities or act like they are part of established ones. Police said sometimes they will … Continue reading »

Electronic Recycling Rules Change Jan.1

SALEM, Ore.– Starting January first, computer keyboards and mice and printers will be added to the list of recyclable items. It is part of Oregon E-Cycles, a statewide program that provides free recycling of all brands of computers, monitors and Tvs. In 2011, a senate bill changed the current limitations on recycling those additional electronics. … Continue reading »

Police Shooting Suspect Sentenced

MEDFORD, Ore.– One of the Idaho fugitives who Medford Police said stole a truck and found themselves in a shootout with police, will spend nearly six years in prison. Wayne Pearson was sentenced, Wednesday, after he plead no contest to charges. Pearson is one of two Idaho fugitives accused of trying to ram Medford Police … Continue reading »

12 Scams of Xmas: Mobile Security

MEDFORD, Ore.– As smartphones and tablets continue to grow in popularity, they are also becoming a greater target for digital crooks. According to the security company, Symantec, the frequency of mobile threats doubled between 2010 and 2011. They said 35% of adults worldwide either lost or had their mobile device stolen, exposing them to identity … Continue reading »

Vigil Tomorrow for Missing Teen

ASHLAND, Ore.– A candlelight vigil will be held at the Ashland Plaza, Wednesday, to shine light for 17-year-old Hannah Thomas-Garner. Ashland Police said she was reported missing after not returning home from a party in Ashland on November 29th. Her car was found damaged in Mt. Shasta a couple days later. Witnesses said they saw her … Continue reading »

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