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  • Shoppers Scoring Black Friday Deals

    MEDFORD, Ore. — Shoppers are already taking advantage of Black Friday deals in Southern Oregon. Some stores opened Thursday night and will stay open throughout the day Friday. Every year, people spend hours waiting outside of stores to grab the deals they have been eyeing inside. Some stores said the big deals this year are … Continue reading »

  • Cigarette Smoking at an All Time Low

    CNN – The number of American adults who smoke cigarettes has dropped to a new low. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, cigarette smoking among adults is down from nearly 21 percent in 2005 to just under 18 percent in 2013. But, health officials said more needs to be done to get … Continue reading »

  • Rain Moving Through for Black Friday

      WEATHER DISCUSSION The front that stalled out over Oregon yesterday will move south and east today. This will bring rain to most locations over the next 24 hours. Because of the cloud cover, temperatures across the board are starting off mild. However, we likely won’t see much of a warm up as this cold … Continue reading »

  • Family Overseas Connect for Thanksgiving

    ASHLAND, Ore. — Thanksgiving is a time for family, unless of course you are serving overseas in the military. For one Ashland family, being apart simply was not an option. Dozens of friends and family members gathered at Dorothy and Dave Clover’s house on Thursday for a traditional Clover Family Thanksgiving.  Carson Clover, one of their … Continue reading »

  • Rainy For Friday Shopping or Travel

    WEATHER DISCUSSION Well, the front that was initially projected to move inland today has stalled out in the northern portion of our area and along the coast.  So far, locations just north of Brookings have seen over an inch of rainfall, but the rest of the area stayed dry for Turkey Day.  This will finally … Continue reading »

  • Family Saved From Eviction

    UPDATE: Another anonymous donor has stepped forward for Gabriella and family, fronting the entire $1150 for her power bill. MEDFORD, Ore. —  A Medford woman and her family were saved from eviction thanks to donations from the community. Gabriella Aguayo had just an hour left before being evicted–when a stranger paid the landlord in cash. Gabriella Aguayo never … Continue reading »

  • Fire Displaces Family on Thanksgiving

    GRANTS PASS, Ore.– A family is spending their Thanksgiving day sorting through what is left of their home. A fire tore through the garage and part of the main house, Wednesday afternoon. Fire crews said they got reports after 5 p.m. for the home on Butler Ave. They said they were able to get the fire under … Continue reading »

  • Man Facing Murder Charges for Found Body

    FORT JONES, Ore.– A man in in jail as part of the investigation into a body found under a bridge in the Fort Jones area. The Siskiyou County Sheriff’s office announced Wednesday, they are investigating the death of Daniel English as a murder. James Henderling of Fort Jones is now in the Siskiyou County Jail … Continue reading »

  • Ask the Meteorologist: Waterspouts

      ASK THE METEOROLOGIST Isaac, Ashland Middle School Tornadoes that we see over the ocean are called waterspouts! There are two types …fair weather and tornadic. Tornadic waterspouts are simply tornadoes over water that develop from cumulonimbus clouds, or thunderstorm clouds. Fair weather waterspouts on the other hand, do not develop from thunderstorms but instead form … Continue reading »

  • Stormy & Wet into the Holiday Weekend

      WEATHER DISCUSSION A front will stall out across the state of Oregon today. This will bring consistent and measurable rainfall to Curry County, Northern Josephine, Southern Douglas and also the Crater Lake area. Elsewhere inland, we will see periods of rain off and on. Another round of persistent fog across the West Side and … Continue reading »

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