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  • Child to Cops: “Thank you for saving me”

      GRANTS PASS, Ore., — Officer Jesse Lorentz and Officer Kasen Perkins received a standing ovation at Wednesday’s Grants Pass City Council meeting as they were honored with the “Medal of Merit” for their quick thinking under pressure when a little girl was in danger.   The two police officers with the Grants Pass Department … Continue reading »

  • Ducks Win Civil War, Get Win 23

    Courtesy: Oregon Sports Information CORVALLIS, Ore. — An NCAA Tournament berth is seemingly assured for the UO men’s basketball team after the Ducks used clutch free-throwing shooting in the final 30 seconds to survive a Civil War slugfest, 65-62, before 9,339 raucous fans in Gill Coliseum. How It Happened: The Ducks (23-8, 13-5 Pac-12) took … Continue reading »

  • South Girls Put Up 98 in First Round Win

    The South Medford girls beat Westview 98-59 in the first round of the 6A Playoffs. Check out the highlights from Wednesday nights win:

  • Ask the Meteorologist: Hail Size

    ASK THE METEOROLOGIST “What’s the biggest hail stone you’ve ever recorded?” Ethan Cano,  Jacksonville Elementary Well, I was a little too young to think to measure the hail stones at the time because I wasn’t quite a “weather weenie” yet, but a historic hail storm is actually what sparked my love of weather. It was … Continue reading »

  • We’ll Be Keeping the Sunny Skies

    WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure is continuing to build into the region, and the ridge is only going to strengthen as we head toward the weekend.  That means more sunshine in the afternoons, but cold, clear nights and frosty mornings.  Overnight lows in the basin will be in the teens and 20’s, with lows in the … Continue reading »

  • Accused Murder Claims Mistaken Identity

    MEDFORD, Ore.– A hearing will soon decide whether the man accused of murder in rural Siskiyou County, is indeed Mathew Baker. He was in court, Wednesday, for the second day in a row to decide whether he will be extradited back to California. Police said Baker was arrested in Talent after getting off a bus … Continue reading »

  • MONEYWATCH: McDonald’s Chicken Change

    (CNN))– McDonald’s plans to cut back on chicken raised on antibiotics. McDonald’s USA said Wednesday it will only use chicken raised without certain types of antibiotics. However, that doesn’t mean all antibiotics will be banned — the chicken can continue to use the antibiotics that are deemed necessary for health reasons. “McDonald’s suppliers will only … Continue reading »

  • Prescribed Burn Near Lakeview

    LAKEVIEW — People living in the Lakeview area may see smoke from a controlled burn being maintained in the Fremont-Winema National Forest. The 1,000 acre burn area is located about 20 miles west of Lakeview. It is being conducted by the  Lakeview Ranger District firefighters.near Drews Reservoir.  As weather, vegetation moisture, temperatures and all other … Continue reading »

  • HealthWatch: Heroin Overdosing Increases

    As the nation struggles with an epidemic of pain pill addiction a new report says a related but growing problem is that more Americans are dying from an illegal drug. A new Centers for Disease Ccontrol report shows that, even as the prescription painkiller problem may be leveling off, the nation is facing a new … Continue reading »

  • Consumer Reports: Best Cold Remedies

    Cold season is in full swing and that has many people turning to so-called “natural” remedies to try and prevent colds or ease the symptoms. Consumer Reports has reviewed the evidence and can tell you the best ways to treat a cold. Anyone who’s had a cold wants to do something to make it go … Continue reading »

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