Web Extra: OSU Beats USC, 59-55

CORVALLIS, Ore.–It came down to the wire again at Gill Coliseum, but as Wayne Tinkle says, Oregon State has the mindset that they don’t lose at home in the last four minutes. And they continued their win streak at home taking down the Trojans 59-55 on Saturday. OSU is now 12-0 at Gill Coliseum this … Continue reading »

Domestic Violence Advocacy Support

MEDFORD, Ore. —  The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office is announcing their support for programs to reduce domestic violence and sexual assault. Community Works in Medford is now hoping all law enforcement agencies will get involved. The Medford Police Department already has a domestic violence prevention program in place partnering with Community Works. Officers and advocates help … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Ducks Blow out UCLA

EUGENE, Oregon – Oregon men’s basketball coach Dana Altman and players talk about their 82-64 win against UCLA at Matthew Knight Arena. Oregon head coach Dana Altman: Players Jalil Abdul-Bassit & Dwayne Benjamin:

Round Ball Wrap, January 23rd

South Medford beats South Eugene to pull in to a tie for first place in the Southwest Conference. North Valley takes care of Hidden Valley in a Skyline Conference match-up. The Crater girls beat Springfield in overtime. Henley stays undefeated with a 72-36 win. St. Mary’s snaps their losing streak to Cascade Christian with a … Continue reading »

All Set For a Mild Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION Some afternoon sunshine helped warm temperatures to about five to ten degrees above average across the region.  This warming trend lasts through the weekend and start of next week, with highs flirting with record values by Sunday and Monday.  High pressure is still in control, and that will not be changing any time … Continue reading »

Governor Supports Local Education Effort

MEDFORD, Ore. — Students file into a kindergarten classroom at Medford’s Kids Unlimited, as the teacher prepares to give a quick oral quiz. She slowly rotates a globe in front of the class as she as asks questions on their most recent curriculum, day and night cycles. “What causes nighttime as the earth spins?” asks … Continue reading »

Pet of the Week: Lexi

This week’s pet is Lexi, a short haired female cat. Lexi is two years old with black and white markings. She may be young and looking for a loving home, but she does like her space. Lexi prefers to not be picked up or held but she does like to be pet. She is also … Continue reading »

Search for Murder Suspect

UPDATE 8:47 AM: Authorities confirm they have reason to believe Shilts has her 19-month-old son with her. They say that will likely be a factor in finding the two and take them into custody. Shilts and Pierce still have not been located. MEDFORD, Ore. — The search is on for a local woman wanted for murder that happened … Continue reading »

Unseasonably Warm into Weekend

  WEATHER DISCUSSION The weather stays quiet today with a stagnant weather pattern sitting over the area. High pressure has weakened some and a front will push through the Northwest today, riding over top of the ridge. Rain with this front will stay well to our north through Friday. Light showers are possible at the … Continue reading »

Amateur Athlete: Derek DeBoer

Derek DeBoer’s life took a turn 16 years ago when he took a chance on something he always wanted to do. “I had a pretty late start to my racing life,” DeBoer said. “It was something that I dreamt of doing as a kid.” Racing cars never seemed practical to Derek. He’s the general manager … Continue reading »

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