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  • Domestic Disturbance Lands Two in Jail

    GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Two parents are in police custody and their children are with DHS, following a domestic violence incident. Police first responded to a reported disturbance on NE 11th Street in the early morning hours on Saturday. There, police report Danitra R. Brown accused her boyfriend, Nathaniel Holleman, of choking her in front … Continue reading »

  • Attempted Deputy Elude

    CENTRAL POINT, Ore — Two people are in the Jackson County Jail after attempting to elude deputies. The sheriff’s department said it happened around 4 this morning along Crater Lake Avenue, near the Army Navy Store. The driver — 32-year-old Joe Robinson– failed to dim his headlights after requested to do so by deputies. That … Continue reading »

  • Rollover on Crater Lake Ave

    MEDFORD, Ore. — Rollover crash on Crater Lake and Whittle. No injuries, but one driver’s pitbull is now missing. Find out how two good samaritans helped on the scene. Details at NewsWatch 12 at 5 & 6 tonight.

  • Round Ball Wrap, February 27th

    The final Round Ball Wrap of the season features the Rogue River boys trying to make their first state tournament since 1968, the SOU & OIT women in a tight Cascade Conference semifinal game and play-in matchups from the 4A boys and girls.

  • OSF: Behind the Curtain – Opening Night

      ASHLAND, Ore., — The Oregon Shakespeare Festival is celebrating its 80th year. OSF and NewsWatch 12 have teamed up to bring you further behind the scenes than ever before.   This year there are 11 plays, three of which are Shakespearean. Among the other eight, two are musicals, three are world premieres and one … Continue reading »

  • Rain & Snow Wind Down Saturday Afternoon

    WEATHER DISCUSSION We saw intermittent rain and snow showers both ahead and behind a cold front that passed Friday morning.  New snowfall amounts have been between 3 and 4 inches, with more expected through the overnight hours.  Rainfall totals have been highest along the coast, with more than an inch recorded in 24 hours in … Continue reading »

  • Mt. A Looks to Diversify Activities

    MT. ASHLAND, Ore. —  In about a week, people will have one more thing to do at Mt. Ashland on Saturdays. Starting March 7th, Mt. Ashland will have the Live on Mt. Ashland concert series every Saturday afternoon for five weeks. Administrators at the ski area are taking an aggressive approach to offering more activities for … Continue reading »

  • HealthWatch: Ear Infections

    Doctors say ear infections are one of the most common illnesses in children -and they can be more common during the winter months. Doctors say it’s not unusual for kids to suffer through one or two of them… especially if they’re in daycare or school. But experts say three or more ear infections should be … Continue reading »

  • Suspect Accused of Harassing Police

    ROGUE RIVER, Ore. — Rogue River Police have arrested a man who is accused of harassing the police chief at his home. Police say the suspect has a history of threatening local police. On Thursday, police report 35-year-old Aaron L. Berry allegedly called 911 to report that “someone was trespassing” at an off-duty officer’s home … Continue reading »

  • HealthWatch: Statin Health Benefits

    MEDFORD, Ore. —  A statin for high cholesterol is a daily ritual for millions of Americans. Doctors know they can help prevent heart attacks and strokes but that medication may have other benefits. Researchers in the U.K. studied more than five thousand people who took statins comparing those who had developed liver cancer to those … Continue reading »

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