Showers Today, Heavy Rain & Wind Friday

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Another weak disturbance will move through the area today. This storm though looks to brush by, bringing most of it’s moisture to our south. Regardless, light and spotty showers are likely across all locations through tonight. Snow levels will be between 4,500′ & 5,000.’ This will lead to another couple of inches … Continue reading »

Local Reaction to GMO Ban Lawsuit

ASHLAND, Ore. — The Jackson County Farmers who are suing over the voter-approved GMO ban are not commenting on the $4.2 million lawsuit. The county is not yet willing to speculate what the litigation will mean for the future of the ban. Two farms filed the suit against the county on Monday, and said the GMO ban … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Ducks on OL Andre Y, Colorado

EUGENE, Oregon – Oregon players and coaches talk about the expected return of offensive lineman, Andre Yruretagoyena, Colorado and more after Monday’s practice. Oregon offensive coordinator Scott Frost: Oregon wide receiver Devon Allen: Oregon wide receiver Keanon Lowe: Oregon corner back Ifo Ekpre-Olomu: Oregon offensive lineman Hamani Stevens: Oregon offensive lineman Doug Brenner:

JCSD9 Recognized for Technology Use

EAGLE POINT, Ore. — A local school district and it’s superintendent will be nationally recognized at the National Connected Superintendents Summit on Wednesday. Superintendent Cynda Rickert with Jackson County School District 9 will attend the Summit at the White House. The district was selected as one of a 100 across the country to be recognized … Continue reading »

Demolition Begins on Kim’s Restaurant

MEDFORD, Ore. — The demolition of Kim’s Restaurant is underway. On Monday, construction crews were on site sorting through scraps and gutting the building.  They said they were trying to recycle what they can. Tearing down it down could take up to a month. The Coquille Indian Tribe currently owns the land and is planning … Continue reading »

Bitter Cold Again Tonight!

  WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure remains in control of our weather for one last day before breaking down. This in addition to an Arctic air mass chilling much of the country, is bringing our morning temperatures into the teens and 20’s inland. A freeze warning and frost advisory is in effect for Douglas, Coos and … Continue reading »

Keeping Families Together at All Costs

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Tarra Schmidt looks at pictures of her son, Syris, at her mother’s dance studio in Klamath Falls. The small curtained-off corner of the room is the closest thing she has to a home. “I don’t have a home, I don’t have a car, I don’t have anything,” said Tarra. Syris is the … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Beavers on Beating ASU

CORVALLIS, Ore – Players and coaches spoke with the media after Oregon State upsets #6 Arizona State 35-27 at Reser Stadium on Saturday, November 15. Oregon State head coach Mike Riley: Oregon State running back Terron Ward: Oregon State linebacker Michael Doctor: Oregon State linebacker DJ Alexander: Oregon State Quarterback Sean Mannion:

Turning Christmas Lights into Profit

MEDFORD, Ore. — A local painting company is switching gears and hanging Christmas lights during the winter for extra cash. That right, this year instead of hanging your own Christmas lights, you can pay someone to do it for you. Nationwide contracting companies are buying into Christmas light services. This way they can keep their … Continue reading »

Open Healthcare Enrollment Begins

MEDFORD, Ore. — Open enrollment for HealthCare.gov kicks off this weekend, and that means millions of people will be logging on to the website and choosing their health insurance coverage plans for 2015. If you enrolled through Cover Oregon last year, you will have to re-enroll this year using healthcare.gov. Open enrollment runs from now … Continue reading »

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