Pet of the Week: Babe

Meet our Pet of the Week! This week’s pet is Babe, a one year old pit bull that weighs about 37 lbs. Babe is a bit shy at first, but once she gets comfortable with her surroundings, she loves to snuggle! She loves plenty of attention and will make a cute little snorting sound when … Continue reading »

Dry Friday but Rest Easy, Rain on Way

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Offshore winds will keep the weather beautiful today. There has been a good amount of fog this morning ..not just in the valleys but along the coast. The fog will likely lift early there and linger longer inland. This afternoon will feature mostly sunny skies with temperatures well into the 50’s for … Continue reading »

Freshman DeSaulnier Chipping in for SOU

ASHLAND, Ore. — The SOU men are 18-4 this season and ranked 12th in the nation. The Raiders actually have more wins now than they did at this point last year, despite losing three starters off of last year’s team. They weren’t just any starters, that group included the school’s all time three point leader … Continue reading »

Amateur Athlete: Nevina DeLuca

PHOENIX, Ore. — Eleazar DeLuca’s athletic career, which includes three individual state championships at Phoenix High School, will go down as one of the best athletic runs in recent Southern Oregon history. His dominance can motivate any up and coming athlete, but it definitely impacted his younger sister, Nevina. “He was this big time wrestler … Continue reading »

Fire at Knife River Asphalt Plant

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — Nearly two dozen members of Jackson County Fire District 3 are responding to a possible explosion and fire at the Knife River Asphalt plant in Central Point. Traffic had been diverted from Gold Hill, and Mercy Flights was called because of reports of an injury. Witnesses say the explosion shook their homes. According to Fire District … Continue reading »

Conference Highlights So. Oregon Edge

MEDFORD, Ore. — Southern Oregon’s economy is getting a boost from a new initiative created by SOREDI. The southern Oregon Edge promotes the region as a hub for high tech development, and promotes the high tech business which already call our area home. “The Edge” and the companies it highlights were one focus of today’s … Continue reading »

Update on Jackson Co. GMO Lawsuit

ASHLAND, Ore. — Local farmers and supporters of a GMO-Free Jackson County are meeting tonight. This is comes before a hearing scheduled next week about a GMO lawsuit involving the county and family farms. The Our Family Farms Coalition and Thrive are hosting presentations and discussions tonight. It’s part of an effort to educate the … Continue reading »

Oregon Graduation Rates Increase

MEDFORD, Ore. – 72% of Oregon high school students are graduating on time. This information comes from a new statewide survey revealed today. That’s about a 3% increase from the year before. Graduation rates have increased, not only in affluent communities, but also in so called “at risk” communities. Experts say these gains are indicative … Continue reading »

In the Kitchen: Almond Milk

MEDFORD, Ore. —  Rachel Downing with NW RAW juice bar in Ashland demonstrates how to make almond milk with an at home blender.

Klamath County Library: Story Kits

MEDFORD, Ore. – Reading is a skill that doesn’t come easily for every child, but experts say any interaction parents have with their kids helps develop literacy skills. NewsWatch12’s Kirstin O’Connor spoke with Drucilla Curtis, the Klamath County Library Department Supervisor of Youth Services about a way you can bring story time home from the library.

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