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  • Follow Up on Sightings of Missing Teen

    OCALA, Florida — Ocala Police in Florida confirm they have received about seven tips that Hannah Thomas-Garner has been spotted in the Ocala area. The latest one said the teen was seen on Saturday at a Walmart on Silver Springs Boulevard near the Ocala National Forest. Previous reports said Thomas-Garner was possibly at a rainbow … Continue reading »

  • Felony Assault in a Domestic Dispute

    CAVE JUNCTION, Ore. —  A man is in the Josephine County Jail today after a felony assault in a domestic dispute. According to the report from the Josephine County Sheriff’s Department, 31-year-old Vern Ellesbury is charged with felony 4th degree domestic strangulation, domestic menacing and interfering with a 911 report. The report says Ellesbury and his … Continue reading »

  • Ericsson Sues Apple Over Patents

    (CNN) — Networking giant Ericsson is trying to stop Apple from importing iPhones and iPads to the U.S. The move is part of a patent dispute between the two companies. Ericsson says Apple stopped paying fees to use Ericsson patents on Apple phones. Apple insists Ericsson is charging too much for the patent fees. Ericsson … Continue reading »

  • OSU Library Girl Shares Her Story

    SALEM, Ore. — The former Oregon State University student accused of filming a pornographic video in a campus library is sharing her side of the story. The worldwide sensation started at the OSU Valley Library, where 19-year-old Kendra Sunderland was caught for live-streaming a pornographic show. On Friday, KEZI 9 News met with Sunderland at … Continue reading »

  • SOU Earns Spot in CCC Championship

    Courtesy: Southern Oregon University Athletics PORTLAND – Being the youngest of the Cascade Conference elite, the Southern Oregon men’s basketball team was banking on growing up by the time it arrived at this point of the season. Saturday night was a pretty good time to break out the measuring stick. Nearly three months removed from … Continue reading »

  • Girls Rock! Event Empowers Young Girls

    GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Saturday marked the seventh year for an event empowering young girls and advocating for women’s equality. Girls Rock! is a fun-filled day to increase awareness of societal issues and take action to empower women and girls. The first Girls Rock! event had an attendance of 35 girls. Over the past seven years the event … Continue reading »

  • 2nd Annual Rogue Valley Crush Camp

    MEDFORD, Ore. — Hundreds of kids came out for the second annual Crush Fundamentals Football Camp Saturday. The Southern Oregon University football team and coaches from around the Rogue Valley were out at the U.S. Cellular Fields again this year to teach kids the fundamentals and safety of football. Camp organizers said they saw a big … Continue reading »

  • Community Supported Agriculture Sign Ups

    TALENT, Ore. — Farms from around the country are celebrating National Community Supported Agriculture or CSA Sign-Up Day on February 28. The day encourages food consumers to buy a share of their local farm’s harvest for the 2015 season. Farmers say there are many advantages to participating in CSA. First, farmers receive payment early in the … Continue reading »

  • Graffiti Arrests in Medford

    MEDFORD, Ore. — Two people are facing felony charges after being arrested Friday night in relation to graffiti in west Medford. 27-year-old Heath Sartin and 27-year-old Jason Wilton were both arrested for their involvement in several non-gang related graffiti cases. Since the total cost of damages is more than $750, the two are facing felony … Continue reading »

  • A Dry and Sunny Sunday

    WEATHER DISCUSSION Rain, snow, hail, and wind made up the forecast for Friday. A cold pool of air moved overhead allowing for instability to strengthen. This, along with daytime heating allowed for pop-up storms to form and strengthen through the day. Hail was reported in Grants Pass and Medford, among other places. The showers dissipated over the evening … Continue reading »

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