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  • 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 »

  • HealthWatch: Celiac Disease

    CNN — Just mention the word “gluten”, and you’re likely to get a whole host of reactions. In the past few years it has become a dirty word to people who say they have a “gluten sensitivity.” Gluten’s a protein found in foods like wheat, rye and barley and for those with celiac disease, eating it … Continue reading »

  • Harry & David Appoints New President

    MEDFORD, Ore. — After a year of major change and restructuring at Harry and David, the company now has a new President. Harry and David was acquired by 1-800-Flowers.com in October of 2014, followed by the departure of CEO and President Craig Johnson last month. As of this month, Steve Lightman will replace Johnson as the company’s President. … Continue reading »

  • Snowden Ready to Return to the U.S.

    CNN — The lawyer for Edward Snowden says his client is ready to return to the United States. Snowden has lived in Russia since he leaked thousands of classified documents to media outlets. The lawyer said Snowden received a guarantee from Attorney General Eric Holder that he will not face the death penalty if he … Continue reading »

  • MONEYWATCH: Unemployment Rate Dropping

    SALEM, Ore.– Oregon’s unemployment rate is once again seeing lows not seen since 2008. Economists said January saw rates at 6.3%, down from 6.7% in December. The declining trend has been happening since May 2009, when Oregon’s rate peaked at 11.9%. Economists said the number of unemployed also declined to 124,000, from 138,000 a year … Continue reading »

  • Warming Trend Begins

    WEATHER DISCUSSION Now that the high pressure ridge is moving in, we will get back to quiet weather for the week. Dry, sunny and warm conditions will be the case working through at least the next seven days. Think of high pressure like a weight that’s put on the atmosphere. During the day, when the … Continue reading »

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