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  • Not Feeling Like the Start of Winter

    WEATHER DISCUSSION Monday marked the first full day of astronomical winter.  However, with high temperatures nearly 20 degrees above average in some locations, it certainly didn’t feel much like we are approaching the peak of the holiday season.  We will see one more quiet day Tuesday, before the next cold front sweeps through Christmas Eve. … Continue reading »

  • Consumer Reports AA BATTERIES

    When you’re making up your holiday checklist, there’s one item you don’t want to leave out – batteries. Double-As are the most popular size. Consumer Reports put 15 to the test – both lithium and alkaline. In the lab, batteries are connected to machines, which cycle them on and off, over and over, simulating use … Continue reading »

  • Surveillance Photo Shows Robbery Suspect

    [UPDATE 7:44 p.m.] Medford Police just released a surveillance photo of the man who they said robbed the Washington Federal bank on Biddle Rd. They said he was last scene running eastbound from the bank. A police canine search produced negative results. Police said he entered the bank when no customers were inside and demanded … Continue reading »

  • Police Hunt Medford Car Thieves

    MEDFORD, Ore. — Police are searching for two vehicles that were stolen while their owners warmed up their cars. Early Monday morning, about 7:00 A.M., a grey 1986 Mazda 626 with Oregon plate YDA899 was stolen from the 400 block of Picadilly Cir. off Black Oak Dr. According to police, few hours later – at 10:20 … Continue reading »

  • Chicken Pox Cases in Jackson County

    MEDFORD, Ore.– Doctors are reminding people to get their children vaccinations for chicken pox. They said there are at least 20 confirmed cases in school aged children right now; about 16 are from the Willow Wind Alternative program in Ashland. There are also cases of whooping cough in Jackson County, outside of Ashland. Doctors said … Continue reading »

  • Unemployment Ticks Up In Southern Oregon

    MEDFORD, Ore. – The unemployment rate in Jackson County ticked up a bit in November, as the number of job seekers slightly outpaced the growth in jobs. In Jackson County, the rate rose to 8.6 percent, up from 8.5 percent in October, and down from 9.2 percent the same time in 2013. That includes an … Continue reading »

  • Popular Club and Restaurant for Sale

    ASHLAND, Ore.– A popular restaurant and Latino dance club in Ashland is up for sale. Full Circle Reality said Tabu was listed earlier this month. They did not say what the future of the location might hold and whether or not it will close before it is sold. A facebook post by Tabu states. “We … Continue reading »

  • Obama’s Support in Military Historic Low

    CNN – A new survey shows President Obama is not too popular with the U.S. Military. The Military Times survey reveals just 15 percent of active-duty service members approve of Mr. Obama’s performance as Commander-In-Chief. That’s down from 35 percent in 2009. Despite the low number, there appears to be growing support for one of … Continue reading »

  • 3D Printing Hits the Final Frontier

    CNN – When an astronaut in orbit needed a new wrench, he didn’t have to wait for a shipment by rocket. Instead, NASA engineers e-mailed one to him. International Space Station Commander “Butch” Wilmore is the first astronaut to use the first “uplink tool” printed in space. The ratcheting socket wrench was designed on earth, … Continue reading »

  • Weekend Flooding Plagues Western Oregon

    COOS COUNTY, Ore – As much as five inches of rain fell in Western Oregon over the weekend – flooding communities near Eugene. Flood warnings were in effect in Coos County, where rivers and streams overflowed. Traffic was backed up on highways as high water blocked drivers.

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