Sunshine Keep Temps Feeling Spring-Like

WEATHER DISCUSSION Even though temperatures started in the 20’s and 30’s across the region, afternoon highs rose into the upper 60’s and 70’s in many locations.  These values are about ten degrees above average, and we will be even warmer heading into the weekend.  Rain chances remain out of the forecast until our pattern starts … Continue reading »

In the Kitchen: Keeping Knives Sharp

MEDFORD, Ore. — Some say, nothing wastes more time in the kitchen than a dull knife. NewsWatch12’s Danielle Craig spoke with Becky Bochman from The Kitchen Company about keeping knives sharp and sturdy.

Ask the Meteorologist: Satellite Imagery

ASK THE METEOROLOGIST “How Do You Get Your Satellite Pictures?” Sam Hamilton, Jacksonville Elementary Satellites are a big part of the forecast process. It’s good to know what’s going on above us, but looking outside, we can only see so far. Satellite pictures give us an overhead view of the weather patterns over a large … Continue reading »

South Girls Put Up 98 in First Round Win

The South Medford girls beat Westview 98-59 in the first round of the 6A Playoffs. Check out the highlights from Wednesday nights win:

Ask the Meteorologist: Hail Size

ASK THE METEOROLOGIST “What’s the biggest hail stone you’ve ever recorded?” Ethan Cano,  Jacksonville Elementary Well, I was a little too young to think to measure the hail stones at the time because I wasn’t quite a “weather weenie” yet, but a historic hail storm is actually what sparked my love of weather. It was … Continue reading »

Obamacare Back Before the Supreme Court

MEDFORD, Ore. —  The Supreme Court is closely divided Wednesday after hearing heated arguments over President Obama’s health care law. At least four justices appeared unconvinced about a challenge to the law that could eliminate tax credits used by millions of Americans to pay insurance premiums. Justices are trying to determine whether people in states where … Continue reading »

North, South Boys Advance in 6A Playoffs

The North and South Medford boys won their first round games in the 6A playoffs. The Black Tornado beat Barlow 63-49 while the Panthers beat McMinnville 74-37. Watch the highlights from Tuesday night.

Family Surprised with Car by Community

  GRANTS PASS, Ore. —  The picture of a six-year-old Grants Pass boy who was put in detention for being tardy to school has had thousands of shares, likes, and comments. The family said one of the reasons Hunter was late for school so many times was a car that needed to be repaired. On Tuesday, … Continue reading »

Murder Suspect Second Court Appearance

MEDFORD, Ore. —  The man accused of murder in a rural area of Siskiyou County will appear in court again Wednesday. Mathew Baker was arraigned Tuesday in the Jackson County Circuit Court on a fugitive complaint. The judge made the decision to bring him back to court in order to evaluate his mental state and give … Continue reading »

Officers Honored for Saving Little Girl

    GRANTS PASS, Ore., — Two police officers with the Grants Pass Department of Public Safety have earned themselves the “Medal of Merit.” Officer Jesse Lorentz and Officer Kasen Perkins were on duty on December 3, when a woman became frantic outside the Josephine County Jail. Dispatch records show she claimed she was being … Continue reading »

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