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  • Howard Named NAIA Coach of the Year

    ASHLAND, Ore. — The college football season is long over, but the honors keep coming in for the SOU Raiders. Craig Howard was named the Rawlins NAIA Coach of the Year on Tuesday. He led SOU to a program record 13 wins this season, along with the school’s first ever national championship in football. The … Continue reading »

  • Healthwatch: Low Testosterone Therapy

    Medford, Ore.– Testosterone therapy we’ve seen the ads claiming that it can treat the problem of “Low T,” or low testosterone which some say leads to everything from decreased energy to faltering sex drive. But recent studies linking this treatment to heart disease have given some men pause. Now, a new review of research suggesting … Continue reading »

  • In The Kitchen: Lobster Shooters

    MEDFORD, Ore., — Chef Dale Fowler of the Regency Grill in Medford shows us how to visit the coast by staying in the kitchen with a yummy recipe for Lobster Shooters.

  • State of Oregon v. VA: Vending Violation

    WHITE CITY, Ore., — The State of Oregon’s Attorney General’s Office has filed a complaint in federal court against the Department of Veterans Affairs. At the center of this complaint is a several year struggle between the Southern Oregon Rehabilitation Center & Clinics (SORCC) and the Oregon Commission for the Blind.  Roughly 15 years ago … Continue reading »

  • Power Lines Pulled Down on Table Rock Rd

    CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — Power lines were pulled down onto Table Rock Road Tuesday afternoon, causing some delays for drivers. The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office said a semi truck was turning onto the road when the top of the trailer got caught up in the power lines. Power was temporarily shut off in the area, … Continue reading »

  • Morning Fog & a Stray Shower Wednesday

    WEATHER DISCUSSION Tuesday brought another round of dense fog to the valleys, and for some locations in Josephine County, that fog never lifted.  However, Medford did see a fog-free afternoon, but highs clouds and haze obscured any sunshine we may have seen.  We also saw a few spotty showers pop up on the radar, but they … Continue reading »

  • Principal From China Visits Local School

    MEDFORD, Ore. — A high school principal from China is visiting the U.S. to learn about American school models and classroom teaching. Logos Charter School is hosting Principal Cao Jianbo during his visit to the states this week. The principal is observing classrooms at Logos and visiting other schools in the area, including the Rogue … Continue reading »

  • Domestic Violence Program Helps Victims

    MEDFORD, Ore. — A collaboration between Medford Police and Community Works is providing help and services to those involved in domestic violence cases. The program started four years ago and other law enforcement agencies in the area are looking to get involved. The Medford Police Department said officers arrested more than one person per day in … Continue reading »

  • Consumer Reports: Overuse of CT Scans

    (CONSUMER REPORTS) — CT scans give medical professionals detailed pictures of the inner workings of your body but can also expose you to high doses of radiation. More than 80 million CT scans are performed in the U.S. every year. But about a third of those scans serve no medical purpose, according to research published … Continue reading »

  • HealthWatch: Fighting Obesity with Sleep

    (CNN) — Doctors call childhood obesity an epidemic. In fact, the number of kids who are overweight has doubled in the past 30 years, while the number of overweight adolescents has quadrupled. This has the medical community concerned. A new study pin points one of the potential problems. In 2012, more than one third of … Continue reading »

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