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  • HealthWatch: Baseball Safety

    As spring rolls around, so does baseball! Whether your child is playing Little League or on the sandlot with friends, it’s important to help him or her stay injury free. A new study says most baseball parents are unaware of safe practices to prevent injury. Some of the recommended guidelines include: proper warmup exercises, a maximum … Continue reading »

  • Man Wanted for Grants Pass Shooting

    GRANTS PASS, Ore. — The Oregon State Police  is trying to find 21-year-old Stephen Bryce Murphy from Grants Pass. If you know where he is, contact the Oregon State Police Southern Command Center at 541-474-3174. If you see him, call 911. Murphy should be considered armed and dangerous and should not be approached. At 7:13 pm … Continue reading »

  • ATV-Riding Impostors in Cave Junction

    CAVE JUNCTION, Ore. – Pacific Power and the Josephine County Sheriff’s Office are warning Cave Junction residents to beware of ATV riders posing as Pacific Power employees. The Sheriff’s Office says a group of men are allegedly riding ATVs and posing as Pacific Power employees checking on voltage issues. The men have been spotted at three … Continue reading »

  • Costco Submits Plans to Relocate

        MEDFORD, Ore. — Officials with Costco submitted project plans to the Medford City Planning Department to move locations. The current plan lists a project address on Central Ave. and E. McAndrews Rd. in Medford. The total site area is 15.38 acres and building area 155,548 square feet. Talks over potentially moving the Medford store across town … Continue reading »

  • Oregon Gets Timber Counties Payments

    GRANTS PASS, Ore. (AP) – The U.S. House has passed a Medicare bill that includes renewal of a program that pays subsidies to timber counties, especially in Oregon. The House voted 392-37 on Thursday to pass the bill that permanently blocks physician Medicare cuts. It now goes to the Senate. Attached to the bill is … Continue reading »

  • Salem Panel Dismisses Complaint

    SALEM, Ore. (AP) – A state Senate disciplinary committee has dismissed a conflict-of-interest complaint filed against a Democratic lawmaker by the Oregon Republican Party. Meeting for the first time in years, the Senate Committee on Conduct unanimously concluded Thursday that Sen. Chip Shields of Portland didn’t violate Senate rules. Shields asked state Rep. Lew Frederick … Continue reading »

  • In the Kitchen: Gadgets to Make Coffee

    MEDFORD, Ore. — Many of us need some kind of caffeine in the morning and one local business said there are several options when it comes to gadgets for your kitchen.  The Kitchen Company joined us ‘In the Kitchen’ for a look at how to make hand pressed coffee and an espresso machine called the … Continue reading »

  • Ask the Meteorologist: Waterspouts

    ASK THE METEOROLOGIST “Can Tornadoes Move Over Water Like a Hurricane?” Haley Brown Burnham, Jacksonville Elem. Yes they can! Tornadoes that form or move over water are called waterspouts. These rotating columns of air need the right ingredients to help them form, and in the right circumstances they will form. They can be just as … Continue reading »

  • Nearing Record Temps This Afternoon

    WEATHER DISCUSSION A strong ridge of high pressure is sitting over us, and causing temperatures to warm more than usual. The last few days have seen temperatures rise significantly in just a short period of time. In the 24 hour period between Tuesday’s highs and Wednesday’s temperatures jumped 10-15 degrees. Today will similar. Another 10-15 … Continue reading »

  • HealthWatch: Stop Smoking

    ATLANTA, Ga. — According research, tobacco use remains the leading cause of death and disease in the United States. That’s why the C.D.C. is unveiling it’s 5th installment of the “Tips From Former Smokers Campaign” featuring real people living with the harsh consequences of smoking. Newswatch 12’s Danielle Craig spoke to a doctor and a … Continue reading »

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