Andryanna Sheppard joined the NewsWatch 12 team in April 2017.
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A few hundred people lined Main Street n Klamath Falls for Monday’s Veterans Day Parade and many stuck around for a short ceremony to celebrate and thank all the veterans in Klamath Falls and across the country.
A non-profit organization called Disabled American Veterans (DAV) transportation serves more than 2,000 veterans every year by picking them up from around Southern Oregon and taking them to their medical appointments at the White City VA. Now it's getting a new upgrade a 2018 Ford Flex, thanks to Butler Ford.
Many Siskiyou County voters are ready to see the state turn red after this midterm election.
Oregon Republican candidates are counting down the hours to Election Day. On Monday, the Jackson County Republicans Headquarters and Medford hosted a calling event for Gubernatorial candidate Knute Buehler and State Senate District 3 candidate Jessica Gomez.
This is the first time in Kingsley Field History that a Secretary of the US Air Force has visited the base. Secretary Heather Wilson also had the opportunity to visit with local veterans and discuss any concerns they might have at breakfast.
The Secretary of the United States Air Force toured Kingsley Field in Klamath Falls Saturday. This is the first time in the 173rd Fighter Wing history that a Secretary of the United States Air Force has visited Kingsley Field. Secretary Heather Wilson also listened to some of the concerns airmen at the base have including housing and health care.
No one should have to fight breast cancer alone and Daryl Griggs, a volunteer with the American Cancer Society, is making sure no one does.
Fire season is over for Oregon but its effects still linger. 100 Jewett Elementary School students toured the area where the Peninger fire burned along the Greenway and saw the kind of impact it still has on that land.
Five years ago, a hit-and-run driver killed Jarred Houston and Robert Calvin on Highway 199 in Cave Junction. There are no suspects and the case is still open, leaving the families’ questions unanswered.
On Tuesday afternoon, the Klamath County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) attempted to arrest 22-year-old Nickolas Beaumont on outstanding felony warrants — leading to a pursuit through the area south of Merrill and Malin, Oregon and at times into northern California in the Tulelake area.