Former Klamath DA Passes Away

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Former Klamath District Attorney Ed Caleb passed away Thursday evening. His widow, Kelly Caleb, said there will be no services according to his wishes. “My husband was a man of honor and integrity, with a great sense of community,” Kelly Caleb said in an email statement. “He loved Klamath Falls very … Continue reading »

Basketball Game Held For Local Sparrow

  MEDFORD, Ore. — Students are going head-to-head with teachers to benefit a 10 month old boy with severe kidney problems. McLoughlin Middle School is holding a basketball game to raise money for their sparrow, Noah. At McLoughlin middle school, the energy is high as the students and teachers hit the court to see who … Continue reading »

Programs Help Local Students Graduate

MEDFORD, Ore. – A study revealed this week says Oregon students graduate at a rate of about 72%. Here in southern Oregon, many students are thriving regardless of their economic background. Some schools in Klamath hit 90% graduation rates. Thanks to a fifth year of high school. Even Medford’s Central High School is seeing graduation … Continue reading »

Purple Parrot Would-be Robber Returns

MEDFORD, Ore. — A suspect wanted for a botched robbery attempt at the Purple Parrot on Highland Dr. in Medford earlier this week is now being sought for returning to that same location and stealing money. According to Medford Police, on Friday morning at about 8:30, the man from the surveillance video from Wednesday’s incident … Continue reading »

Body Found Identified as Chase Suspect

[UPDATE] The body found this afternoon is that of a high speed chase suspect named Christopher Sellars. Sellers was involved in a high speed chase on December 19th of last year. Troopers from the Klamath Falls Patrol office attempted to stop an orange Ford Expedition for a traffic violation on Highway 66 in Klamath. The driver who … Continue reading »

Local School Closes Achievement Gap

PHOENIX, Ore. — Despite a more than 70% poverty rate, 84% of students at Phoenix High School are graduating. That is nearly the same rate as Ashland High School. Where the poverty rate is half that of Phoenix. Phoenix High School tells us they have closed the achievement gap between their Anglo and Latino students. … Continue reading »

Search Continues for Missing Teen

ASHLAND, Ore. — As the family of Hannah Thomas-Garner tries to get DNA testing done, search and rescue crews are getting ready for another ground search. Volunteers will head to Dead Indian Memorial Road tomorrow to look for signs of the missing teen. Search crews have been down this road before, but last time the … Continue reading »

Driver in Serious Condition After Crash

BROOKINGS, Ore. – A single vehicle crash on North Bank Chetco River Rd., near Alfred A. Loeb State Park, left the driver in serious condition. A approximately 9:50 p.m. Thursday, the Curry County Sheriff’s Deputies were notified of a single motor vehicle crash. Initial reports indicate that the driver Parrish Leon Clifton Shelton (21) was … Continue reading »

Dinosaur Remains Mistaken For Dragon

EDMONTON, Alta. — Some Chinese farmers thought they’d discovered the remains of a dragon, but it turned out to be a 50-foot dinosaur. That’s what paleontologists are saying. The fossils were first found nine years ago, by farmers digging a fish pond. Researchers are just now publishing their findings. They’ve named the dinosaur “Quijianglong” That … Continue reading »

Man Climbs Frozen Niagara Falls

NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. — There was once a time when daredevils would ride in a barrel over Niagara Falls. Now, because of freezing cold temperatures, one daredevil is climbing up the falls. The winter deep-freeze froze portions of the falls. That’s why Will Gadd scaled nearly 150 feet up frozen cliffs, next to the still-flowing … Continue reading »

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