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Alicia Rubin

Alicia Rubin joined the Newswatch 12 news team as an anchor and reporter in October 2017.

Title: Anchor/Reporter/Producer

Alicia Rubin joined the Newswatch 12 news team as an anchor and reporter in October 2017.

Before moving to Oregon, she worked as an Associate Producer for KWTV-News 9 in Oklahoma City. Originally from Kansas, she moved next door to Oklahoma and received a degree in Journalism from the University of Central Oklahoma in May of 2017. While in school she was a part of the UCentral Student Newscast and discovered her passion for storytelling while interning at News 9.

Growing up in small-town, Fredonia, KS she was always active in sports, including basketball, volleyball, track and dance. She still jumps at any opportunity to get back on the court but has since added hiking, camping, and canoeing to her long list of favorites.

She spends any free time with her husband and pup, exploring their new home in beautiful southern Oregon.

Alicia would love to hear from you! You can send her any news tips or story suggestions through Facebook or Twitter.

Recent Posts by Alicia Rubin

California couple who shackled children sentenced to life in prison

A California couple who for years starved a dozen of their children and kept some shackled to beds were sentenced Friday to life in prison, ending a shocking case that revealed a house of horrors hidden behind a veneer of suburban normalcy.

David's Chair offers freedom for local boy

Today a Vincent Fuson, a young boy in Ruch, was able to test out David’s Chair for the first time.

Construction demand continues to rise as worker gap widens

Construction jobs are in high demand with local construction companies constantly looking to hire more workers.

Harry & David Spring Festival

This year Harry and David's is expanding their annual Spring Festival to two weekends with more food and activities.

Governor Newsom to release report on wildfire-related problems

The report includes: how to maintain a safe, affordable electricity supply in the wake of Pacific Gas & Electric Corp.'s bankruptcy and the growing cost of wildfires.

Principals from schools with shootings form support network

More than a dozen principals from U.S. schools where shootings have occurred are forming a support network in hopes of helping the next colleagues who join their unenviable ranks.

Man accused of stealing checks from Camp Fire victims

According to the Butte County Sheriff's Office, James Dye is accused of stealing around 40 identities and multiple mortgage payout checks from Camp Fire victims.

Police: Semi-truck strikes pedestrian near Highway 140

Leigh Way was closed on Monday morning after the driver of a semi hit someone in the roadway, according to police.

Two car accidents temporarily close W. Park St.

Two accidents close down traffic along W. Park St. in Grants Pass over the weekend.

Truck crashes into Josephine County school

A pickup truck crashed into a small private school over the weekend.

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