Citizen Group, Sheriff Moving Forward

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Another year, another levy to help fund the Josephine County Jail on the May ballot, and another defeat by voters. Sheriff Gil Gilbertson said he has a plan in place to move forward without additional funding. As of now, with no additional funding, Sheriff Gilbertson said his department will be at … Continue reading »

Final Election Day Preps Underway

MEDFORD, Ore. — As of this afternoon, 16 percent of registered voters in Jackson County had turned in their ballots, and officials expect that number to increase to twenty percent by the end of the day. Tuesday morning, Jackson County Clerk Chris Walker ran a test on the tabulator’s software to make sure the system … Continue reading »

Recall Effort to Begin Wednesday

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — One activist who has been vocal in his opposition to this November’s ballot measures was excited both that the measures were defeated, but also because it was a landslide which he said sends a loud and clear message. This might just be the beginning. An effort to have a total recall … Continue reading »

Abundant Sunshine & Warm!

High pressure will strengthen today and through the weekend this will bring abundant sunshine and unseasonably warm temperatures to inland areas and allow the marine layer to build at the coast this weekend. Also expect breezy winds at the coast through the weekend, peaking on Sunday and Monday. Highs for inland areas will climb 10 … Continue reading »

Transitioning to Warm & Sunny

Zonal flow today brings us a a mix of sun and clouds with mostly sunny skies this afternoon from the coast to the basin and mild temperatures. Tomorrow high pressure will build in bringing abundant sunshine to the viewing area and highs just above normal. The warming trend continues into next week returning some low-90s … Continue reading »

One Last Showery Day

A cold front is making it’s way through our region this morning bringing widespread rain showers and breezy conditions. Showers will diminish through the morning for inland areas and we’ll some sunshine return this afternoon. Potential for a few light isolated showers possible this afternoon at the coast into Douglas counties with inland areas staying … Continue reading »

Another Round of Rain Then Warmer & Dry

A few showers continue this morning as a shortwaves is still influencing the Pacific Northwest, any showers today will be light and mainly in the morning then some sunshine returns to the viewing area. This break in the rain is short-lived as another disturbance brings rain after midnight tonight. The bulk of the rain with … Continue reading »

Cool & Wet Memorial Day

A warm front followed by a cold front will bring rain and gusty winds to the area today with moderate to heavy rain possible, especially in the morning and early afternoon. Instability will increasing this evening bringing a chance for isolated thunderstorms east of the Cascades, with the best chance in Lake and Modoc county. … Continue reading »

A Showery Holiday Weekend

The upper-level low that has brought us showery weather the last several days will shift north today allowing for a drier, sunnier and warmer day across the region. A few light showers possible through early this morning and will diminish by mid-morning returning partly cloudy skies to the area, very similar to the last couple … Continue reading »

Sun Mixed With Sunshine

Yesterday was a record breaking day with record daily rainfall reported in North Bend of 2.23″ smashing the old record of 0.57″ set back in 1984. Klamath Falls tied a record low of 23 degrees and Montague broke a record low of 25 degrees, beating the old record of 29 degrees back in 1986. Today … Continue reading »

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