North Stifles South in 48-34 Win

MEDFORD, Ore. — North Medford jumped out to a 7-0 lead and played strong defense all night long as the Black Tornado beat South Medford 48-34 in Tuesday’s conference match-up. Check out the highlights and post game reaction from our Round Ball Wrap Game of the Week.

Valley Fog & Mostly Sunny Skies Continue

WEATHER DISCUSSION The fog Tuesday played a large role in determining temperatures for locations mainly in southern Oregon.  Without the fog present, temperatures reached or surpassed seasonal averages.  However, in Medford, the temperature topped out at 38 degrees, which is well below average for this time of year.  We will see that fog thicken once … Continue reading »

Person Of Interest Identified in Murder

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The Klamath County Major Crime Team has named 24 year-old Zachary Nathaniel Craig as a person of interest in the investigation of the  murder of Klamath Falls resident Donald Black. Black’s body was found this morning in the 2000 block of Montelius St. Investigators had been looking for a white car seen leaving … Continue reading »

WATCH: State of the Union Address

The State of the Union Address starts at 6 p.m. PT. Click on the window above to watch it live. (CNN) — It’s no secret what’s in this year’s State of the Union Address. There have been spoilers everywhere. It’s a new strategy that’s taking out a lot of steam from the actual speech. “As … Continue reading »

Another Uneventful Day With Fog

  WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure continues to sit over the West today. This is bringing another round of fog to the valleys which will likely persist into the afternoon. Clearing in Medford should be similar to yesterday, around 1 & 2 o’clock. Near Grants Pass, the fog could last all day. Low lying clouds and … Continue reading »

Foggy Mornings & A Mainly Quiet Week

WEATHER DISCUSSION Behind the series of fronts that moved through last weekend, our pattern is reverting back to it’s stagnant ways.  With high pressure strengthening by Tuesday, fog will be likely during the morning hours in our valleys.  With strong temperature inversions, it is possible the fog may not lift until the afternoon.  For the … Continue reading »

Panthers Tower Over Southwest Conference

MEDFORD, Ore. — It’s not hard to see that the strength of the South Medford boys basketball team is its size. The third tallest player on the Panthers is as tall as anyone else in the conference. The two guys that stand above the rest are 6’9 Cameron English and 6’8 Hunter Bradford. Having one … Continue reading »

Changes for the 2015 Tax Season

MEDFORD, Ore. — As people are getting their paperwork together for this year’s tax season, local filing agencies say there are a few new things that everyone needs to keep in mind this year. The largest change that will be seen this year is the new rules for the affordable care act, or ACA. For … Continue reading »

Local Woman Shares Accounts of MLK

ASHLAND, Ore.– People gathered in Ashland to honor Martin Luther King Junior, Monday. The theme to this year’s celebration is “Share the Dream, Live The Reality”. This year the community will also celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act, the federal legislation that prohibits racial discrimination in voting. Dr. Geneva Craig, AARP Oregon’s … Continue reading »

MasterChef Junior Winner Shares Recipes

MEDFORD, Ore. – The start the year is a good time to explore in the kitchen. NewsWatch12’s Kirstin O’Connor talked with the Season One winner of “Masterchef Junior” Alexander Weiss, to demonstrate some healthy options for the whole family to enjoy.

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