Teen’s Quick Action Saves Little Boy

LACEY, Wash. — Quick thinking by a Seattle teenager with a cell phone helped capture an amber alert suspect, and ensure a little boy’s safety. 15 year-old Camryn Wood is being hailed a hero. Camryn and her dad were driving on the I5 in Lacey, Washington. After the alert came out, the father and daughter … Continue reading »

Oregon Patient Monitored for Ebola

  MILWAUKIE, Ore. — An Oregon woman is being tested for Ebola. She spiked a fever this morning, after recently spending time in West Africa. The unidentified woman is now in the Providence Milwaukie Hospital, outside of Portland. The Oregon Health Authority is testing the Portland woman for other illnesses as well. Oregon health experts … Continue reading »

Homelessness Report Shows Mixed News

MEDFORD, Ore. — Paul Sullivan went from being happy and well to without a home in the blink of an eye. “My wife passed away in 2011 and I lost my business,” said Sullivan. “I began drinking.” Sullivan is one of about 175 people who come to the Medford Gospel Mission each night. Most, like … Continue reading »

Rain Turning to Showers for Halloween

  WEATHER DISCUSSION A cold front is moving inland this morning bringing rain to much of Southern Oregon and Northern California. Rain will continue falling throughout the morning in most locations, traveling into the Klamath Basin by mid morning. Behind the front rain we’ll transition to showers from west to east this afternoon. Snow levels … Continue reading »

Amateur Athlete: Motade Atanda

ASHLAND, Ore. — It’s a bit disconcerting for SOU’s opponents when Motade Atanda rises for the attack. Maybe it’s the nearly four kills per set, or maybe it’s the lightning speed on her finish. “She hits it pretty fast so it’s coming up,” head coach Josh Rohlfing said. “It’s coming at you like a fastball … Continue reading »

DWTRVS: Jani Rollins

MEDFORD, ORE.– Sparrow Clubs will soon get thousands to benefit local kids with our upcoming Dancing with the Rogue Valley Stars. Every night we have been getting a sneak peak at the dances and the local contestants up for the “Shining Star Award”. Tonight we meet Jani Rollins who says it’s fun to participate because … Continue reading »

High Demand for OSF Plays

ASHLAND, Ore. — “All the world’s a stage” at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. The plays produced on OSF’s stages are captivating audiences across the country, and while the demand is increasing, it really comes as no surprise to the cast and crews who call OSF home. “Really exciting time for the work that we’re doing. … Continue reading »

Consumer Reports: Outlet Malls

(CONSUMER REPORTS) — Americans spending more money than ever at outlet malls. Sales are expected to top 42 billion dollars this year, according to the trade publication, value retail news. Consumer reports has rated 53 of the biggest outlet stores for value and quality, based on a survey of nearly 16,000 subscribers, and can help … Continue reading »

Ashland Businesses Prepare for Halloween

ASHLAND, Ore. — Ashland plaza has been a hot spot for Halloween entertainment for many years. Right now the plaza is pretty quiet, but tomorrow, it is expected to be filled with thousands of ghosts, zombies and whatever else people dress up as this year. Several bars on the block of main street say they … Continue reading »

Ask the Meteorologist: Newscast Preps

  ASK THE METEOROLOGIST “How long does it take you to get all the reports, satellite data and other data to do your weather forecasts? Cameron, Rae Micharson Love this question! Prepping for our newscasts requires a lot of work and a lot of time. Us meteorologists have to come in hours before we go live … Continue reading »

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