Steven Sandberg

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Name: Steven Sandberg
Date registered: May 4, 2012

Biography

Steven Sandberg joined NewsWatch 12 in September 2009. A native of the Northwest, Steven grew up in Portland and attended Gonzaga University in Spokane, where he received degrees in journalism and broadcasting. His work has been featured on KHQ, SWX, FSN, and Xable.com. At Gonzaga, he was editor of the Gonzaga Bulletin student newspaper and a reporter for the campus TV station, GUTV. In 2009 he was named GUTV’s Reporter of the Year. In his spare time, Steven enjoys basketball, football and tennis, and playing his guitar. He also harbors a massive love for comic books. Steven is happy to be in the Rogue Valley, where he can report on the great people that make up the community. He welcomes any story ideas you may have.

Latest posts

  1. Neighbors Worry About More Arson Fires — July 24, 2014
  2. Library Board Sets Tax Rate — July 17, 2014
  3. Oregon Sues 5-Hour Energy Maker — July 17, 2014
  4. Arson Cases Provide Challenge for Police — July 17, 2014
  5. Community Reacts to Serial Arsonist — July 16, 2014

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Crews Busy With Suspicious Fires

MEDFORD, Ore. – Police and firefighters have been busy chasing suspicious fires for the better part of three weeks, but no suspects have been arrested in any of those cases. The latest was a string of five small fires set in alleys in west Medford Wednesday. All of those fires were small and only damaged … Continue reading »

Asante Named to Top 100 Hospitals

MEDFORD, Ore. — Staff at Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center took time out of their schedules to thank employees Thursday, after the hospital achieved some national recognition. The hospital was named one of the top 100 large community hospitals in the country by Truven Health Analytics. Asante was also designated one of the top 15 … Continue reading »

Extension Service Tax Rate Set

MEDFORD, Ore. — A tax rate has been set in place to help the OSU Extension Service and 4H Program. The new Extension Service District, which includes two county commissioners, set a tax rate Wednesday morning of five cents per $1,000 of assessed property value. The tax money will go toward expanding services and hiring … Continue reading »

Police Say Arsonist Set Multiple Fires

MEDFORD, Ore. — Medford Police are searching for a suspect who could be the culprit in starting multiple fires Wednesday around Medford. Each of the fires were small and caused little damage. No one was hurt. The first happened before dawn. The last at just after 6:00 Wednesday night. At 4:30 a.m., Police and Fire … Continue reading »

Balancing Drought and Wildfire Risk

ASHLAND, Ore. — Homeowners will have to balance the risks of wildfire with the need to conserve water this summer, as the region goes through a drought. Local fire agencies said people can take steps to reduce water use and still prevent grass from drying out. Ashland Fire recommends homeowners water the areas within 10 … Continue reading »

Curry County Sheriff to Step Down

GOLD BEACH, Ore. — After a long fight against budget cuts, and with resources in his department dwindling due to lack of funding, Curry County Sheriff John Bishop said he can’t physically handle it anymore. Bishop announced his is stepping down as sheriff, citing the stress of the funding crisis. Over the past few years, … Continue reading »

International Spotlight on Area Wineries

GOLD HILL, Ore. — Southern Oregon wineries are getting international attention thanks to a profile in one of the biggest publications in the world. The New York Times highlighted southern Oregon’s wineries and vineyards in an article this week, and called them an alternative to the Napa Valley. Local wineries said the region grows a … Continue reading »

Grass Fire Starts in Transient Camp

MEDFORD, Ore. — A fire at a homeless camp spread to a nearby field Friday morning and sent up a black plume of smoke that could be seen for miles. The fire was in a field between Bullock Road and the Rogue Regency Inn in Medford. Crews from Medford Fire and the Oregon Department of … Continue reading »

Warehouse Fire Started Under Canopy

MEDFORD, Ore. — The fire that burned down a warehouse near downtown Medford last week started outside the building, according to the Medford Fire Department. Crews said the fire began underneath a wooden canopy that connected the warehouse to the building next door along Fir Street. But the cause of the fire is still undetermined, … Continue reading »

Crews Say Fire Was Intentionally Set

MEDFORD, Ore. — The fire that destroyed an abandoned building in south Medford yesterday was intentionally set, according to Medford firefighters. The building, which sat just off Kings Highway, used to be an experiment station for the OSU Extension Service, but had been abandoned for a few years. Medford Fire said the fire was human-caused, … Continue reading »

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