City of Medford Reviewing In-N-Out Plans

MEDFORD, Ore — The city of Medford is one step closer to getting Oregon’s first In-N-Out Burger location. City leaders are looking over plans to finalize everything for the famous burger joint. The city received copies of In-N-Out Burger site plans this past week. City of Medford Planning Director Jim Huber said¬†if everything goes according … Continue reading »

Oregonians Respond to Paris Attack

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Wednesday was a day of tragedy not only for France, but also for those living in the Willamette Valley. Astonishment, fear, and sorrow are just several ways to describe how many are feeling after the attack in Paris at Charlie Hebdo. And that includes Oregon State University French Instructor Armelle Denis, who … Continue reading »

Oregon Pastor Jailed on Rape Charges

BEND, Ore. — A pastor and former police officer from Gresham faces a total of 37 charges for the alleged sexual abuse of his own son and stepdaughter from 2002 to 2004. According to officials, James Worley was leading summer camps in Sunriver as the director of the recreation department at the time of the … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Ducks Start Prep for Natty

EUGENE, Ore.–The Ducks held their first media availability since returning from the Rose Bowl on Monday. The Ducks spoke about their win in Pasadena, what they’re seeing out of Ohio State, and of course, their jerseys. Oregon Head Coach Mark Helfrich: Oregon Quarterback Marcus Mariota: Oregon Linebacker Tony Washington: Oregon Corner Back Troy Hill: More … Continue reading »

Family Fighting For Jimmy Georgeson Case

MEDFORD, Ore. — ¬†Monday marks three years since Jimmy Georgeson was killed in a Medford Albertson’s parking lot. His family is fighting a new battle against the government to protect the victims of future officer involved shootings. Since the evening Georgeson was killed, his family has blamed U.S. Marshals deputies saying they targeted him. The … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Oregon Beats OSU in Civil War

EUGENE, Ore.–Oregon opened their Pac-12 schedule in a Civil War showdown against Oregon State and came away with the 71-59 win. The Ducks took control early on, but the Beavers climbed back and were down just by two at the half. To start the second, Joseph Young hit 11 points in the first five minutes … Continue reading »

Oregon #1 Move Destination

MEDFORD, Ore. — In 2014, more people were moving into Oregon than out. That’s also a 5% increase from the year before. Most people are coming to Oregon for a new job and for retirement. The medical professions here draw a lot of new employees. Experts said there is a long-term trend of movement towards … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Helfrich, Fisher presser

LOS ANGELES – Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich and Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher speak one last time before the two schools square off in Thursday’s Rose Bowl game. Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich: Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher:

Web Extra: Ducks O, FSU D talk Tuesday

LOS ANGELES – Oregon offensive coordinator Scott Frost and several Ducks players spoke to the media Tuesday leading up to the Rose Bowl, along with Florida St. defensive coordinator Charles Kelly and other defensive players. Oregon offensive coordinator Scott Frost, WR/RB Byron Marshall & RB Royce Freeman: Oregon QB Marcus Mariota, WR Devon Allen & … Continue reading »

Minimum Wage Set to Go Up in 21 States

CNN — New laws going into effect this week mean more money for many minimum wage workers. In the new year, higher minimum wages take effect in 21 states, Effectively giving many people a pay raise. Most of those changes take effect on January 1st. According to the Economic Policy Institute, the wage increases will … Continue reading »

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