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  • Raiders Lose Again to NCU, 80-69

    Courtesy: Southern Oregon University Athletics ASHLAND, Ore. — Austin Kuemper went for 18 points and eight rebounds but Northwest Christian’s bench outscored its starters Saturday night in an 80-69 win over 12th-ranked Southern Oregon at Riehm Arena. Javonte Byrd scored 14 points, Jack Hackman added 13 and Kyle Ferreira made three 3-pointers for the Beacons … Continue reading »

  • Big Changes Are Almost Here

    WEATHER DISCUSSION After about a month and a half of dry, warm, and foggy weather, our weather pattern is changing and becoming more active. Starting tonight, the clouds will begin increasing out of the west. The west side valleys will still have enough clearing overnight to allow for radiation fog to form again in the … Continue reading »

  • “Paddington” Celebration at Local Store

    ASHLAND, Ore. — With the movie “Paddington” out in theatres now, Paddington Station in Ashland invited kids to celebrate everyone’s favorite bear. Many families came out on Saturday for an invisible train ride around the store. On the top two floors, the “invisible train” made stops at London and New York-themed stations with crafts. At … Continue reading »

  • Another Search for Hannah Thomas-Garner

    NEAR ASHLAND, Ore. — Search and rescue crews spent hours on Saturday combing the 90-acre area near mile marker 13 on Dead Indian Memorial Road. Volunteers were looking for any new information that may point to the whereabouts of missing teen, Hannah Thomas Garner. “We [were] out here at the request of the Ashland Police Department. … Continue reading »

  • Man Receiving Burn Treatment in Portland

    MEDFORD, Ore. —  A Medford man is in critical condition after spraying a fire pit with gasoline and causing an explosion. 32-year-old Raul McCurdy was transported to a Portland hospital Saturday morning and is currently being treated for third degree burns. Friends and family members said they were grilling and sitting by a fire pit in the … Continue reading »

  • Verizon Launches Super Bowl App

    MEDFORD, Ore. — A new application on smart phones is taking the 2015 Super Bowl experience to the next level. Verizon Wireless launched the Super Bowl Stadium app. Anyone with an iOS, Android or Windows smartphone through Verizon is able to download it. The app includes stadium seating charts, concession maps and Super Bowl commercials. The … Continue reading »

  • Medford Airport Conducts Fog Seeding

    MEDFORD, Ore. — Travelers experiencing delays at the airport Saturday morning were able to continue with travel plans after fog seeding operations. The Rogue Valley has been experiencing freezing fog conditions this winter, resulting in a low visibility for planes to take off and land. The current fog seeding operation involves a helium filled balloon … Continue reading »

  • ISIS Claims to Kill Japanese Journalist

    (CNN) — ISIS says it killed Japanese journalist Kenji Goto. In a video, an executioner known as “Jihadi John” lectures the Japanese people, saying, “Let the nightmare for Japan begin.” The video then appeared to show Goto’s decapitated body. The United States and Japan are working to confirm the authenticity of the video, but it … Continue reading »

  • Deadly Crash on Highway 38

    NEAR ELKTON, Ore. — Oregon State Police continue to investigate a deadly crash on Highway 38 near Elkton. Oregon State Police say on Friday a car driven by 44-year-old Heather Friedrich was eastbound, when it crossed the center line near Paradise Road and hit another car. The passenger in that car, 59-year-old Virginia Whalen-Jennings, was … Continue reading »

  • Runners Group Raising Funds for Safety

    GRANTS PASS, Ore. — A running group in Grants Pass is training to raise money for law enforcement. The Grants Pass Recreational Runners Group was initially created to encourage people to exercise for the New Year. Now they’re teaming up with “Securing Our Safety,” a group helping to fund the Josephine County Sheriff’s Office. Today … Continue reading »

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