Breastfeeding Mothers Hold Nurse-In

[UPDATE] A representative with Walmart says there was a room made available for the employee to use while breastfeeding. She said there was a key provided to the employee to lock the door for privacy. The representative also said Walmart is supportive of mothers who are breastfeeding and want to accommodate them as much as … Continue reading »

Father of Injured Baby Faces Charges

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — A Rogue Valley man was arrested in Portland on Friday for allegedly causing injuries to his 7-week-old child. On January 9th, the Oregon State Police Major Crimes Section in Central Point received a report of the injured infant who had been transported to Portland two days earlier for treatment of critical … Continue reading »

Police Search for Strong Arm Robber

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Police are reportedly looking for a robber who is said to have knocked an elderly woman to the ground at the Walmart in Grants Pass. Representatives from the Grants Pass Department of Public Safety confirm officers are on scene and investigating the incident. More information will be made available as it … Continue reading »

Recycle Center Looks to Renew Experience

MEDFORD, Ore. — The new Medford Bottle Drop center is receiving the most green bag sign ups in the state. According to officials, the center has seen almost 1,000 people signed up for the green bags program, which translates into 100 bags being signed up per day. Right now, the center processes 400,000 units per … Continue reading »

Local Grocery Stores Part of Sell Off

ASHLAND, Ore. — Several local Safeway and Albertsons locations are about to go through a sell off, and name change. In order to obtain permission from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to allow the companies to merge, the two chains have agreed to sell 168 stores to several buyers – including 20 Oregon locations – … Continue reading »

Man Facing Burglary and Arson Charges

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Police are investigating a series of thefts and an arson that are all believed to be connected to one man. Early Saturday morning, police responded to a report of a shed that had been ignited on the 1,000 block of northeast 6th St. Later that day, Grants Pass Police was called … Continue reading »

Fire Burns Shed in Grants Pass

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — The Grants Pass Department of Public Safety police and fire personnel responded to the report of a structure fire of a large out building located at 1015 NE 6th Street at 4:50 Saturday morning. When units arrived on scene, a large shed was found to be fully involved in fire. Fire … Continue reading »

Riverside Park Re-Opens

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — The new and improved Riverside Park is unveiled today and ready for kids and families to enjoy. The builders kept the native tees and river in mind when they designed the park. The upgrades cost about $140,00. Officals said the park has a history of vandalism, drugs and disorderly conduct. It … Continue reading »

Cavemen Lead Christmas Parade

GRANTS PASS, Ore. —  The Grants Pass High School Cavemen Football team is the Grand Marshal of the 2014 Downtown Christmas Parade this Saturday. The Cavemen recently finished the 2014 season with a perfect regular season record and made it to the OSAA Quarterfinals. They will be joined in the parade by their coaches, the … Continue reading »

Stabbing Leads to Manhunt and Arrest

GRANTS PASS, Ore. – A local man is facing charges after a stabbing incident in the 900 block of SW Rogue River Dr. According to police, 32 year-old Jeremiah Littleton stabbed Ryan Adkins, 22, during a fight. Officers said Adkins was taken to Three Rivers Medical Center for treatment, while investigators searched for Littleton, who … Continue reading »

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