Error 404 - Page Not Found

Sorry, I've looked everywhere but I can't find the page you're looking for.

If you follow the link from another website, I may have removed or renamed the page some time ago. You may want to try searching for the page:

Suggested results

I've done a courtesy search for the term for you. See if you can find what you're looking for in the list below:

  • 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 »

  • Wednesday’s Child: Jaedin

    Medford, Ore. — It is not hard to get Jaedin to laugh. She’s nine years old and loves being in the fourth grade. She says everyone in her class is her friend. She shares her current home with what sounds like a small private zoo. It includes chickens, turkeys, goats, a cat and a dog. … Continue reading »

  • Winter Forecast

    WINTER SPECIAL As meteorologists, when we talk about long term forecasting, we look at global changes in the weather pattern.  While there are several different types of these teleconnections, or oscillations, the El Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is one of the most influential for North America. In early November, the Climate Prediction Center (CPC) released … Continue reading »

  • Shaping Up To Be A Wet Holiday Weekend

    WEATHER DISCUSSION With today being one of the busy travel days of the year, it is no surprise that a good bit of attention was focused on the weather forecast.  While the east coast continues to get battered by rain and snow, the Pacific Northwest will be facing its own series of storm systems throughout … Continue reading »

  • Chimney Fire Dangers

    GRANTS PASS, Ore. —  Investigators say five house fires have already burned in grants pass these passed few weeks because of creosote build-up. If more people ignore the condition of their chimneys, fireplaces and stoves, more fires could be expected. Ladders, brushes and poles are what chimney sweeps use to remove potentially dangerous creosote from chimney … Continue reading »

  • Black Friday Wal-Mart Strikes Start

    KLAMTH FALLS, Ore. — Black Friday is just a couple days away, and while millions of people will spend the day working retail, several Wal-Mart employees are choosing to stand in picket lines. This is the third year Wal-Mart workers will strike, and in Klamath County it has already begun. At the Wal-Mart on Washburn … Continue reading »

  • Man Killed In Yreka DUI Accident

    YREKA, Calif. — A Yreka man is facing charges of felony DUI and possibly manslaughter after a crash early Wednesday morning. California Highway Patrol said at about 2 a.m. Jack Franklin of Yreka was driving down Old Highway 99 just outside the city with one male passenger. Franklin lost control of the car coming around a curve … Continue reading »

Older posts «