Man Arrested for Murder of 3 Month Old

YREKA, Calif. – A Siskiyou County father is accused of the murder of his three month old daughter. On November 17th, Yreka Police responded to a report of the three month old not breathing. The baby was transported to Fairchild Medical Center, but due to the severe nature of her injuries, she was taken to UC … Continue reading »

Protest Planned at Medford Walmart

MEDFORD, Ore. – A public rally is planned on Thanksgiving Day at the Walmart Supercenter on Center Dr., as workers press the company to commit to paying a higher wage, institute a new scheduling policy and upgrade protections for pregnant workers. The event comes as some workers at the Walmart in Klamath Falls plan a three day strike, opposing what they say is … Continue reading »

Man Pleads Guilty to Sex Abuse Charges

PORTLAND, Ore.– An 18-year-old will spend the next 28 years of his life in jail for sexually assaulting two women. John Hubbard of Portland plead guilty to six sex crimes from earlier this year. Multnomah authorities said he sexually assaulted a 16-year-old on her way to school in March. Then in June they said he … Continue reading »

Police Investigating Body Near Ft. Jones

SISKIYOU COUNTY, Calif. – The Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a body found under the Kelsey Creek Bridge outside of near Ft. Jones. The initial report came in about 1:30 P.M. on Monday November 24th. According to officials, investigators suspect the body may had been in the area about a day before being discovered. … Continue reading »

Counties Fighting for Fire Season Funds

MEDFORD, Ore. – County commissioners in Oregon are fighting for awareness about a law in place that does not allow money to be pumped back into counties after timber is burned during fire seasons. Currently, 16 U.S.C. § 579c does not allow or address the fact that when timber is burned or destroyed by fire, and … Continue reading »

Oregon Ski Season Gets Underway

BEND, Ore. – Mt. Bachelor has announced that it will open on a limited basis starting Monday, November 24th. Representatives said although the snow base isn’t immediately deep enough to support traditional skiing and snowboarding on the resort’s primary runs, there is enough snow beneath the Sunshine Accelerator lift to allow for a pre-Thanksgiving terrain. … Continue reading »

At-Risk Teens Run to Help Others

EUGENE, Ore. — More than 1,000 runners participated in the 8th annual EWEB Run to Stay Warm. Five high school students from Albany Option School trained for weeks to run the 5K. It was an accomplishment some students didn’t think they would reach when they first enrolled in a running class. “It was a little … Continue reading »

Lawsuit Challenges Air Facility Closure

NEWPORT, Ore. — A federal lawsuit is about to be filed, challenging the legality of the U.S. Coast Guard’s plans to close its air facility in Newport. The Newport Fishermen’s Wives has been raising money so the group could hire an attorney to file a lawsuit. On Friday, the Newport City Council unanimously decided it … Continue reading »

Search for 7 Year-Old Ends in Ashland

ASHLAND, Ore. – A 7 year-old missing from McMinnville since Wednesday is safe, after her father turned himself in to Ashland Police. According to McMinnville Police Captain Dennis Marks, Paul Bute picked his daughter Reagan up early from school Wednesday morning. He lost custody of Reagan a short time later in the day, making the … Continue reading »

GRACO Announces Major Stroller Recall

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – Child care products company Graco has voluntarily recalled 11 stroller models that reportedly poses the risk of lacerating a child’s finger. The models were sold between August 1st 2000 and November 19th 2014. The strollers are equipped with an external sliding fold-lock hinge that reportedly can pinch a finger, or possibly even … Continue reading »

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