OSF: Behind the Curtain – Season Opens

ASHLAND, Ore., — The Oregon Shakespeare Festival is celebrating its 80th year. OSF and NewsWatch 12 have teamed up to bring you further behind the scenes than ever before. This year there are 11 plays, three of which are Shakespearean. Among the other eight, two are musicals, three are world premiers and one is a … Continue reading »

Amateur Athlete: Troy & Lokai Wohosky

MEDFORD, Ore. — For Troy Wohosky, boxing was always a family affair. “When I was young, what linked me to my grandpa was he was always talking about boxing and he was in boxing, and it inspired me,” Troy said. Boxing also fit Troy’s character. “I was always into battling, like what would win between … Continue reading »

Consumer Reports: Premium Paint

(CONSUMER REPORTS) — Lowe’s and Home Depot have come out with new, premium paints, with premium price tags. But how do you know what a good price is to pay for paint? Consumer Reports tested these paints, as well as dozens of other paints, to see how much you should pay to get great results. … Continue reading »

Mall-Based Store to Close

MEDFORD, Ore. — Within this past year, huge retailers have closed their doors and laid off workers. One study shows that 15% of American shopping malls will fail, or be converted into non-retail space within the next ten years. That’s a 5% increase from just two years ago. After 10 years in business, the Rocky … Continue reading »

Two Dogs Stolen From Jo. Co. Shelter

MERLIN, Ore. — The Josephine County Sheriff’s Office is looking for two dogs that were reportedly stolen from the Josephine County Animal Shelter. Whoever did it managed to get in by cutting padlocks in the middle of the night. Whoever took the animals did so by going through a gate, which is locked every night. Then … Continue reading »

In the Kitchen: Apple Cauliflower Soup

MEDFORD, Ore. — Cauliflower is a trendy new ingredient in many recipes. Rachel Downing with NW Raw Juice Bar explained why it also has health benefits.

Ask the Met: What It’s Like to be on TV

  ASK THE METEOROLOGIST “What is it like to be on TV?” Makenzie, Ms. O’Looney’s Class, Griffin Creek Elementary

Morning Clouds & Fog, PM Sun

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Morning clouds and fog have developed in Jackson & Josephine Counties today. This will gradually burn off throughout the morning hours, leading to another mostly sunny and mild afternoon. Low lying clouds and fog can also be found along the coast, although not everywhere. Portions of Curry County will start off with … Continue reading »

Cascade Christian Eliminates St. Mary’s

The Cascade Christian boys beat St. Mary’s 51-38 in the Southern Cascade League tournament to advance to the state playoffs. Watch the highlights here:

Recreational Marijuana Sessions Continue

ASHLAND, Ore. — Hundreds of people gathered in Ashland Wednesday night to voice their questions and concerns about marijuana regulation in the state. The sessions are being held all over the state to allow people a chance to advise the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) commissioners about the regulations they want created. The listening session … Continue reading »

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