Shanda Hurst

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Name: Shanda Hurst
Date registered: June 25, 2013

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  1. Teen Walks Away With Minor Injuries — October 22, 2014
  2. Teen in Critical Condition — October 21, 2014
  3. Convicted Felon Sentenced to 15 years — October 21, 2014
  4. Man Eludes Police, Still Searching — October 21, 2014
  5. Bodies of 7 women found in Indiana — October 20, 2014

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Hayes Releases Statement on Property

EUGENE, Ore. — Less than a week after an illegal marriage was revealed, there’s another scandal for Governor Kitzhaber’s Fiancée, Cylvia Hayes. Hayes released a statement saying she lived on a property in Okanogan, Washington in 1997, meant to be used as a marijuana grow operation. A Florida man says he sold Hayes and another … Continue reading »

Hospital Staff Preparing for Flu Season

MEDFORD, Ore.– Providence Medford Medical Center is gearing up their employees and volunteers for flu season. The official start to flu season was September 28th, but health experts say they haven’t seen any cases of the flu yet here. They said more employees are opting for the flu shot this year. Any staff members who do … Continue reading »

Man Ruled “Guilty but Insane”

MEDFORD, Ore.– A man who threatened a driver with a knife and then car-jacked his van will spend a maximum of 20 years at the Oregon State Mental Hospital. Judge Barnack ruled Christopher Willard was guilty but insane on Wednesday. Medford Police said Willard jumped in the van at the intersection of Jackson Street and … Continue reading »

Art Therapy for Cancer

MEDFORD, Ore.– There is a new type of therapy to help cancer patients in Southern Oregon. This type of healing process is an art class; meant to heal the emotional impacts of the disease. Once a week participants gather at Providence Medford Medical Center. The very first class was held last Thursday. For two hours, … Continue reading »

Moving to Oregon to Die with Dignity

PORTLAND, Ore.– Oregon’s “Right to Die Law” is back in the national spotlight. A woman with terminal cancer came to Oregon to end her life on her terms. She is from California where assisted suicide is a felony. She tells her story in a recent YouTube video, which now has more than three-quarters of a … Continue reading »

Crews Working to Extinguish Barn Fire

MEDFORD, Ore.– Crews are on the scene of  barn on South Stage Road in Medford. Officials said they got the call around 9:45 Wednesday morning. They said when they arrived it was fully engulfed and is now completely destroyed. Investigators said they are looking into the cause, but it does not look suspicious at this … Continue reading »

Voter Pamphlets Heading to the Mailbox

MEDFORD, Ore.– The people of Jackson County will start seeing voter’s pamphlets in their mailboxes this week. The Jackson County Elections Office sent out the pamphlets Monday, as part of the voter education process. Measure arguments and candidate statements will be provided, but some will be missing. County clerk officials said they are actually are optional, and … Continue reading »

Donations Provide Comfort for Healing

CENTRAL POINT, Ore.– A donation from a local furniture store is helping women of domestic violence to heal. Garrison’s Home Furnishings donated mattresses and recliner chairs to the Dunn House, a place where those victims go to escape. Often those women leave behind everything except the clothes on their back, and depend on the Dunn … Continue reading »

Libraries to Extend Hours

MEDFORD, Ore.– Jackson County Libraries will be expanding their hours starting in 2015. Permanent funding approved by voters in the May election will allow libraries to add a total of 58 hours per week. Eleven out of 15 county libraries will be adding hours. This includes an additional 16 hours for the Medford branch every … Continue reading »

Infant Enduring Brain Injuries

WHITE CITY, Ore.– A man accused of injuring his infant son, causing brain injuries and broken bones, is behind bars. Jackson County Sheriff’s Office Detectives said they arrested 31-year-old Richard Castillo after a week-long investigation. They said his three-month old is recovering after surgery at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland. Castillo is being held in … Continue reading »

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