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  • Defense Secretary Hagel Forced Out

    WASHINGTON D.C. (CNN) – New reports suggest Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel will step down from his post. President Barack Obama is expected to make the announcement Monday morning. The New York Times reports the decision was made Friday. White House officials are portraying it as a mutual decision, but CNN has confirmed from several sources … Continue reading »

  • Lora Painter

    Lora Painter joined NewsWatch 12’s reporting team in November of 2014. Lora’s journalism experience spans across television, newspaper, and radio mediums. She has a Master’s degree from New York University in Broadcast News & Documentary. Lora also graduated Magna Cum Laude from California State University San Marcos with a degree in Communication. Starting her career … Continue reading »

  • Southern Oregon v Carroll, Round 3

    Courtesy: Southern Oregon University Athletics KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The NAIA made official on Sunday what Southern Oregon learned after its first-round win late Saturday: the eighth-ranked Raiders are heading back to Helena, Mont., for a third matchup with the top-ranked Carroll Saints. This one will be for the NAIA Football Championship Series quarterfinals, set … Continue reading »

  • At-Risk Teens Run to Help Others

    EUGENE, Ore. — More than 1,000 runners participated in the 8th annual EWEB Run to Stay Warm. Five high school students from Albany Option School trained for weeks to run the 5K. It was an accomplishment some students didn’t think they would reach when they first enrolled in a running class. “It was a little … Continue reading »

  • Lawsuit Challenges Air Facility Closure

    NEWPORT, Ore. — A federal lawsuit is about to be filed, challenging the legality of the U.S. Coast Guard’s plans to close its air facility in Newport. The Newport Fishermen’s Wives has been raising money so the group could hire an attorney to file a lawsuit. On Friday, the Newport City Council unanimously decided it … Continue reading »

  • Pedestrian Hit by Car Remembered

    GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Grants Pass police are investigating a vehicle pedestrian crash that killed an elderly man last night. Police say a 64-year-old man, identified by friends as Leslie Wayne Collins, died while crossing the street around the 1300 block of Redwood Avenue. Collins’ caregiver Candi Comfort- Bronson said he was one of the … Continue reading »

  • Grants Pass Welcomes New Officers

    GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Grants Pass Public Safety is adding three new officers to its staff in the coming months. Sunday was Officer Charlie Carnahan’s fourth shift. He’ll be in training for 16 to 20 weeks. He’s already been to the police academy and is a military veteran. Carnahan said he has to complete four … Continue reading »

  • Showers Tease Us to Start the Week

    WEATHER DISCUSSION Saturday was a day full of showers after a cold front passed and brought with is much cooler air. That cooler air did well to drop our snow levels during the day which brought anywhere from an inch to a foot of snow in the mountains. About an inch in the Siskiyous, and 3-12″ … Continue reading »

  • Community Prays For Snow on Mt. Ashland

    NEAR ASHLAND, Ore. — After getting a few flurries of snow on Mt. Ashland this weekend, people gathered together at the base of the mountain to pray for the upcoming winter season. The annual mountain blessing usually takes place in the Spring, but because of a dry winter season last year, skiers and riders believed … Continue reading »

  • Marion Barry Dies At 78

    WASHINGTON D.C. — Today, condolences are pouring in after the best-known local political figure in modern Washington history died early this morning. Marion Barry, the iconic four-term former mayor and current D.C. council member, died just before 2 a.m. He arrived at the Howard University Hospital a little after midnight. His death was announced by … Continue reading »

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