Amateur Athlete: Paige Berriochoa

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — The Crater volleyball team starts and often ends with Paige Berriochoa. Paige is a senior for the Comets and does just about everything on the court. “She’s leading us in really kind of any category you can,” head coach Leaf Jensen said. “She’s leading us in kills. She’s leading us in … Continue reading »

Rainfall Amounts Look Slim Friday

WEATHER DISCUSSION As showers approach the coast Thursday evening, rain chances, on the surface, look promising.  Unfortunately, as the line of showers makes its way onshore over the next 24 hours, it will start to fall apart.  That means measurable rain along the coast, but totals will be minimal for inland locations. How minimal? West … Continue reading »

Out and About: Oct. 17-19th

Here is what you can do for the weekend of October 17th through 19th, when you head out and about. Zombies, monsters, and other creatures are starting to come out to play just a couple weeks before Halloween. Pyramid-head, the ghoulish janitor, creepy nurses and plenty of barbed wire. If you are familiar with these … Continue reading »

Local Hospitals Prepare for Ebola

MEDFORD, Ore. – Jackson County health officials are preparing for what they say is a possible, but very unlikely, Ebola outbreak. The department held a news conference Thursday to address the issue. Meanwhile local health systems like Asante Rogue Regional and La Clinica are putting together personal protective equipment and holding role-play scenarios to prepare … Continue reading »

Missing Children Forum Held in Medford

MEDFORD, Ore. — Wednesday night marked the first night of the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office informational series. Wednesday’s event focused on Southern Oregon’s amber alert program and the largest child abduction response team in the nation. Wednesday’s event was called “A Child Goes Missing: The Community’s Response To Our Biggest Fear.” Participants talked about child abduction efforts in … Continue reading »

Crater Lake Sees First Snow

CRATER LAKE, Ore. — Tuesday night’s storm brought the first snowfall for Crater Lake since last spring. More than four inches was dumped on the park, prompting camp ground and road closures. On Wednesday the scene at the national park was almost picturesque. Snow clung to trees and branches, but the fog made it almost impossible to … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Merkley and Wehby

  MEDFORD, Ore.– Senator Jeff Merkley and his challenger Dr. Monica Wehby have been two key players in the race for U.S. Senate during this November’s election. Each candidate spoke separately with Newswatch 12, and explains plans for Southern Oregon if elected, and their campaign so far.

Woman Dies After Boles Fire Evacuation

WEED, Calif. –  Investigations teams are working to sort out details Monday after a family claims a woman died as a result of her injuries sustained during evacuations of the Boles Fire. 85-year-old Meredith Neill fell and broke her leg while evacuating from her home in Carrick Addition, just outside Weed city limits. Paramedics were able … Continue reading »

Boles Fire Suspect in Court This Week

YREKA, Calif. –  After nearly four weeks of investigation, a suspect has been arrested for starting the Boles Fire. 24-year-old Ronald Beau Marshall of Weed was arrested on Saturday and booked into the Siskiyou County Jail on a felony warrant. The District Attorney expects Marshall to be in court for an arraignment this week to hear … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Ducks after UCLA game

PASADENA, Ca – Oregon coaches and players talk after Ducks’ 42-30 win against UCLA at the Rose Bowl. We will  continue to update with videos as they become available. Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich: Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota: Oregon offensive coordinator Scott Frost: Oregon defensive coordinator Don Pellum: Oregon tight end Pharaoh Brown: Oregon wide … Continue reading »

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