Shanda Hurst

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Name: Shanda Hurst
Date registered: June 25, 2013

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  1. MONEYWATCH: FCC adopts historic rules — February 26, 2015
  2. Police Cracking Down on Gang Graffiti — February 26, 2015
  3. Man Accused of Machete Attack — February 26, 2015
  4. MONEYWATCH: Net Neutrality Explained — February 25, 2015
  5. MONEYWATCH: Google for Best Flight Deals — February 25, 2015

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Trespassing and Threats with a Pole

MEDFORD, Ore.– A man is behind bars after trespassing and then using a pole with a hook to threaten officers, said Medford Police. They said the call came in around 11 p.m. Tuesday night, from a relative who said they were concerned for the safety of 22 year old Joseph Morauski. Police said when they … Continue reading »

Phoenix-Talent Approves Open Enrollment

PHOENIX, Ore.– The Phoenix-Talent School District is approving an open enrollment policy for the first time, allowing students to leave or move into the district. From March first to April first students can enroll for the following year. Once a school district accepts a student, that student will be considered a resident of that area … Continue reading »

MONEYWATCH: Largest Bank Heist Ever

(CNN)– It looks like a few Russian hackers have just pulled off the biggest bank heist ever. The numbers are shocking: hundreds of millions of dollars were stolen from 100 banks in 30 countries. The exact amount is unknown at this point. On top of that, the banks could lose possibly hundreds of millions more … Continue reading »

MONEYWATCH: Surviving Winter Spending

In major cities like Boston, and for the nation’s airlines, more snow means more cold hard cash lost, as snow removal expenses and cancelled flights add up. Personal finance expert, Vera Gibbons, said the snowy weather can impact a household’s bottom line too. “Every season there are certain things that we spend money on, and … Continue reading »

High Speed Chase Through Several Towns

DUNSMUIR, Calif.– A domestic violence call led to a high speed chase through several towns and eventually an arrest. The Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office said they responded to a home on Marion Street just after noon on Sunday. When they arrived the woman inside told them the male suspect took off in a Honda. The … Continue reading »

Kitzhaber Sought to Destroy Emails

SALEM, Ore.– More controversy is surrounding the Governor as his request to delete emails are questioned. Several media sources are reporting that Governor Kitzhaber asked these e-mails to be destroyed just before an ethics investigation was launched, but one state administrator said it is all bad timing. Matt Shelby from the Department of Administrative Services … Continue reading »

Purse Thief Sentenced to 30 Days

GRANTS PASS, Ore.– The man who stole a purse from a woman in the Walmart parking lot last month, was sentenced to 30 days in jail, Thursday. Grants Pass Police said the woman was putting her bags in the trunk of her car when Jeffery O’Neal jumped out of a nearby car and snatched her … Continue reading »

Cardiovascular Prevention Guidelines

After forty years of hearing cholesterol-high food is bad for us, the nation’s top nutrition advisory panel is dropping the caution. Dr. Nathan Funk joined us to explain these changes as well as new guidelines for hypertension and cardiovascular risks.  

All 4 Lifts Open at Mt. Ashland

ASHLAND, Ore.– All four lifts at Mount Ashland are now open. Mount Ashland officials said the recent storm brought in 21 inches of snow, enough to keep the ski area open for the upcoming President’s Day Weekend. “The storm was forecasted to be all rain and instead we received perfect base building snow,” says Hiram … Continue reading »

Public Safety Levy Being Verified

GRANTS PASS, Ore.– The group working towards getting a public safety levy on the May ballot in Josephine County turned in signatures this week. Community United for Safety is the political action committee behind the effort. Representatives from Securing our Safety said it could be verified and official as soon as this week. Several organizations … Continue reading »

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