Search Finds Illegal Artifact Operation

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The Oregon State Police (OSP) Fish and Wildlife Division in Klamath Falls has concluded a seven-month-long investigation into the unlawful take, possession and sale of archaeological artifacts. According to police, on February 19th a search warrant served at the residence of 46-year-old Douglas Cotallese resulted in the recovery of several archaeological … Continue reading »

Warner Pac Hands OIT 6th Straight Loss

Courtesy: Oregon Tech Athletics KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — No. 16 Warner Pacific used a 12-2 run at the midway point of the second half and pulled away from Oregon Tech by an 82-70 decision in Cascade Collegiate Conference men’s basketball action. Oregon Tech fell to 13-15 on the season and with a 6-12 record in … Continue reading »

Arrest Made in Months-Long Arson Case

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Police have made an arrest for a series of arsons in Klamath Falls that started in December of last year. On Friday February 20th, 19-year-old Brandon Harris was arrested for several counts of First and Second Degree Arson, as well as First and Second Degree Burglary. According to police, Harris set … Continue reading »

Train Accident Leads to Homicide Charges

MIDLAND, Ore. — A deadly accident south of Klamath Falls has led to homicide charges for the incident’s only survivor. According to police, in December of 2013, Nicholas Conway reported that his brother Mackenzie was driving the vehicle off Highway 97, and tried to pass through a marked railroad crossing on a frontage road before … Continue reading »

Power Outages in Southern Oregon

ASHLAND, Ore. — Pacific Power reports about 650 customers are without power in Ashland and Prospect because of a transmission interruption. Crews are on scene and repairs are underway. About 1,400 residents in Klamath Falls are also without service. This includes customers in Keno and Chiloquin. Some 600 of these customers have been without power since the overnight hours. Crews have … Continue reading »

Recycling Center Coming to Klamath Falls

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The effort to make recycling more convenient in Oregon may be making it’s way to Klamath County. The Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) confirms the Oregon Beverage Recycling Cooperative has applied for a permit to open a bottle and can recycling center at 2702 Eberlein Ave. If the application is approved by the … Continue reading »

Rain Chances Remain Few and Far Between

WEATHER DISCUSSION As the title states, rain chances (and snow chances, for that matter) will be scarce this week.  A few sprinkles are possible Tuesday into Wednesday in association with a weak cold front, but most locations will remain dry and those that do see the raindrops won’t receive anything measurable.  There will be another … Continue reading »

Suspect Owns Up to Klamath Falls Murder

KLAMATH COUNTY, Ore. — The main suspect from a Klamath Falls murder is pleading guilty to the charges. On Thursday, Leland Nicholson pleaded guilty to Manslaughter in the First Degree and Attempted Murder, and was sentenced to 20 years in prison. Nicholson was accused of fatally shooting 28-year-old Terry Dwight Entriken and wounding then 36-year-old … 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 »

Explosion Rocks Stevenson Park

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The Klamath County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an explosion that caused significant damage at Stevenson Park. According to deputies, on Saturday December 27th at about 6:00 A.M., a suspect or suspects placed some type of explosives inside the restroom at the park. Neighbors apparently reported the explosion at the same time, … Continue reading »

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