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  • North, South Boys Advance in 6A Playoffs

    The North and South Medford boys won their first round games in the 6A playoffs. The Black Tornado beat Barlow 63-49 while the Panthers beat McMinnville 74-37. Watch the highlights from Tuesday night.

  • Family Surprised with Car by Community

      GRANTS PASS, Ore. —  The picture of a six-year-old Grants Pass boy who was put in detention for being tardy to school has had thousands of shares, likes, and comments. The family said one of the reasons Hunter was late for school so many times was a car that needed to be repaired. On Tuesday, … Continue reading »

  • Temperatures on an Upward Climb

    WEATHER DISCUSSION Aside from a few high clouds Tuesday, we saw abundant sunshine.  Temperatures began on a chilly note, with mid-teens in the Klamath Basin and 20’s and 30’s elsewhere.  We will be equally chilly Wednesday morning, but the afternoon hours will hold slightly warmer temperatures.  Along the coast, a FROST ADVISORY will go into … Continue reading »

  • Erickson Inc. CEO Announces Retirement

    PORTLAND, Ore.– The President and CEO of Erickson Incorporated announced Tuesday, it’s President and CEO, Udo Rieder, will be retiring from the company. The board of directors is appointing Jeff Roberts to take his place starting April first. “I have decided that after seven years as President and CEO of Erickson, through an IPO, several … Continue reading »

  • Police Make Plans For K9 Units

    MEDFORD, Ore. —  Law enforcement is in the process of creating a plan for using drug dogs once recreational marijuana becomes legal in July. Medford Police said the department is looking at options for dealing with dogs trained to sniff out marijuana. Police said it is likely they will replace at least one of the dogs … Continue reading »

  • HealthWatch: Women’s Health Insurance

    Oregon legislators are looking at a bill that would cover all women’s reproductive health issues. If passed, the bill would require health insurance companies to pay for contraception, abortion, pre-natal care, childbirth, and post partum care. Those who agree with the bill say they support most of the aspects of it, like insurance paying for … Continue reading »

  • Murder Suspect Second Court Appearance

    MEDFORD, Ore. —  The man accused of murder in a rural area of Siskiyou County will appear in court again Wednesday. Mathew Baker was arraigned Tuesday in the Jackson County Circuit Court on a fugitive complaint. The judge made the decision to bring him back to court in order to evaluate his mental state and give … Continue reading »

  • Officers Honored for Saving Little Girl

        GRANTS PASS, Ore., — Two police officers with the Grants Pass Department of Public Safety have earned themselves the “Medal of Merit.” Officer Jesse Lorentz and Officer Kasen Perkins were on duty on December 3, when a woman became frantic outside the Josephine County Jail. Dispatch records show she claimed she was being … Continue reading »

  • Red Cross Volunteer

    MEDFORD — The Red Cross says their volunteers are some of the first to reach out to fire and flood victims on the worst days of their lives. Now, during Red Cross Month, the local chapter of the Red Cross says it has responded to 27 house fires in Jackson County since July 1st of … Continue reading »

  • WEB EXTRA: Officers Save 6-year-old Girl

      (Video provided by Grants Pass Department of Public Safety. GPDPS says there is a 30 sec period of silence because of the way Axon on-officer cameras work. Other clips have been silenced to protect sensitive information such as names.) GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Body cameras on two Grants Pass police officers capture the moments … Continue reading »

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