Andryanna Sheppard joined the NewsWatch 12 team in April 2017.
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Curry County will no longer use its tsunami sirens. That's because the Curry County Board of Commissioners unanimously voted to stop paying for them since there were more reliable ways of alerting people of a distant tsunami.
Fires in Alaska are burning hundreds of thousands of acres. Now the state's fire officials are asking for help from the rest of the United States. The Bureau of Land Management's Veteran Fire Crew, Medford Crew 10, is coming to the rescue.
Ashland man Richard Pepper is alive today because of a stem cell transplant. Thursday night, he flew to LA to meet his donor, Jay Matthew of New Jersey, for the very first time.
The Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) responded to two incidents on Mount Shasta Thursday involving injured or endangered mountain climbers stranded after mishaps left them at high elevations and in need of rescue.
Specialist (SPC) Heather Armstrong is back at home in Central Point after days of historical sightseeing in New York. She was one of 33 Purple Heart recipients from across the country honored at the National Purple Heart Hall of Honor and gifted this experience. Armstrong was the only woman and the only Oregonian in the group.
Wednesday is the first day of the 2019 Josephine County Fair. Not only will there be rides, music, fair food, and a rodeo, there will also be what the Fairgrounds Director Tamra Martin is calling a "free expression area."
Earlier this year, Ian Davis lost his fingers in a work accident and said his insurance wouldn't cover his prosthetic. So he built his own.
Weather conditions helped crews continue to make solid progress Monday.
The Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF) has eyes everywhere in Jackson and Josephine counties. Four people sit in its lightning detection center looking for smoke on multiple computer monitors.
The Ashland City council voted 4 to 1 to pass the Ordinance 3176, also known as the Ashland ID ordinance, Tuesday night.