1,000 Students Get Meningitis Vaccine

EUGENE, Ore. — A long line of students waited at the clinic set up at Matthew Knight Arena Tuesday to get their meningitis vaccine. The University is recommending every undergraduate student, regardless of age get the vaccine. So far around 1,000 students received the vaccine. For those without insurance, the vaccination will cost around $170, … Continue reading »

Fatal Accident Investigation Continues

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Springfield police are still investigating the Sunday night crash, which left three children dead and their mother in critical condition. The police department has released the names of those involved. The pedestrians struck were 26-year-old Cortney Jean Hudson, 4-year-old Tyler James Hudson, 5-year-old Mckenzie Mae Hudson, and 8-year-old John Alexander Day. Police … Continue reading »

President Vetos Keystone Pipeline

(CNN) — For the first time in five years, the President is exercising his veto power. President Obama rejected legislation that would have given final approval to the Keystone XL Pipeline. The planned pipeline would transport oil from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. Republicans aren’t believed to have enough votes to override the veto. … Continue reading »

Verdict in “American Sniper” Trial

(CNN) — The Marine veteran who killed the “American Sniper” Chris Kyle has been found guilty and sentenced to life in prison by a Texas jury. Eddie Routh’s case has made headlines alongside the Bradley Cooper film depicting Kyle’s life story. The jury made a quick verdict late Tuesday. They said Routh knew what he … Continue reading »

OSF: Behind the Curtain – Costumes

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 »

Kid Time! Debuts Pint Sized Grocery Shop

MEDFORD, Ore. — A new exhibit opened at “Kid Time!” Tuesday teaching kids the importance of good nutrition and how to work in a team setting. The exhibit is called “Sherm’s 4 Kids.” It is a grocery store themed exhibit with play foods, aisles and check stands. Organizers said the exhibit serves as a way to … Continue reading »

Oregon Legislation Calls For Drone Ban

SALEM, Ore. — Oregon lawmakers are debating a house bill that would ban the use of drones for hunting and fishing, as well as tracking or harassing wildlife. Drones are popular in recreation, real estate, fire suppression and in some places hunting. In Oregon, it has long been an illegal act to hunt big game … Continue reading »

Consumer Reports: Best Used Cars

New-car sales hit records in 2014 not seen since 2006. But a lot more people buy used cars. If your budget is tight, finding a good used car that’s also inexpensive is tough. Consumer Reports has found ten great choices for under ten-thousand dollars. To find the best used cars to buy, Consumer Reports scrutinizes … Continue reading »

Medford Police Seek Walmart Thieves

MEDFORD, Ore. — Police are looking for suspects they say robbed from Walmart on Center Dr. in Medford. According to investigators, when employees tried to confront the thieves the two ran to their vehicle and sped away with the stolen goods. Anyone with information about the incident should contact Medford Police.    

Crews Responding to House Fire

MEDFORD, Ore. — Crews responded to a house fire on the 3000 block of Parkview Ct. in Medford on Tuesday afternoon. There were no injuries to the occupants or fire fighters during the fire, but two dogs were killed in the fire. Medford Fire-Rescue said the occupant was away and came home to find the … Continue reading »

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