High Demand for OSF Plays

ASHLAND, Ore. — “All the world’s a stage” at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. The plays produced on OSF’s stages are captivating audiences across the country, and while the demand is increasing, it really comes as no surprise to the cast and crews who call OSF home. “Really exciting time for the work that we’re doing. … Continue reading »

Hunting Accident Leads to Death

MYRTLE CREEK, Ore. — Douglas County Sheriff’s Deputies and other emergency personnel responded to a reported fatal hunting accident in the 4000 block of Clarks Branch Road, about 10 miles north of Myrtle Creek. Officials responded at 10:53 a.m. A 20 year old female was shot by her father while the two were hunting. Lifesaving efforts … Continue reading »

Ashland Businesses Prepare for Halloween

ASHLAND, Ore. — Ashland plaza has been a hot spot for Halloween entertainment for many years. Right now the plaza is pretty quiet, but tomorrow, it is expected to be filled with thousands of ghosts, zombies and whatever else people dress up as this year. Several bars on the block of main street say they … Continue reading »

Officers Justified in GP Fatal Shooting

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — The Grants Pass Police officers who were involved in a shooting in September were found justified in their actions. The shooting occurred September 21st and resulted in the death of Daniel Diaz of Northwest Blossom Drive in Grants Pass. Diaz walked over to his cousins house and threatened to shoot him … Continue reading »

Yr-Old Double-Fatal Case Still Unsolved

  CAVE JUNCTION, Ore. — One year later, the search for the suspect and vehicle involved in a fatal hit and run continues. Oregon State Police is asking for the public’s help to solve the incident that killed two men on October 30th, 2013, near Cave Junction. Police received the report about fifteen minutes after … Continue reading »

Online Map Shows Local Sex Offenders

MEDFORD, Ore. — Medford Police are offering some tips to parents to keep their children safe this Halloween, including finding out who lives in their neighborhood. Medford Police said they have about 700 registered sex offenders in Medford and about 50 of them are “Predatory” sex offenders. Before you leave the house Friday night, Police … Continue reading »

The Making of NewsWatch 12′s New Set

MEDFORD, Ore., — Same number one news team, just a better view! Take a look inside the making of NewsWatch 12′s first new set in 17 years and the third in the history of KDRV.  NewsWatch 12 moved from a 600 square foot facility to more than 2500 square feet. Tripling our size allowed for … Continue reading »

Josephine Co. Battles Budget Cuts

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — On Wednesday, Josephine County Sheriff, Gil Gilbertson, met with county commissioners to discuss the public safety budget moving forward and how much money could be left over at the end of the fiscal year. Back in June, county commissioners and the sheriff decided to take out $655,000, primarily from a contingency … Continue reading »

Intent to Fund Own School Services

EAGLE POINT, Ore.– The Eagle Point School District Board of Directors met Wednesday night to discuss it’s intent to withdraw from the Southern Oregon Educational Service District (SOESD). The deadline to submit notice of intent is fast approaching on Nov. 1. The Grants Pass School District already made this decision, but SOESD Superintendent, Scott Perry, … Continue reading »

Restaurant Impossible Coming to Ashland

ASHLAND, Ore. – National makeover show Restaurant Impossible is coming to Ashland to work it’s TV magic on Mystic Treats. According to the restaurant’s owners, the show’s host, Robert Irvine, and his crew will be at the location on Ashland St. in the Tolman Creek Shopping Plaza on Tuesday Nov. 4 and Wednesday Nov. 5 … Continue reading »

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