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

Mt. Ashland Closed For The Day Due To High Winds

Mt. Ashland announced they will not be opening on Friday, December 14th due to high winds.

Man Convicted of Fraud in Oregon-Based Mining Scam

Man convicted in Oregon-based gold mining scam that swindled $3.2 million from 140 investors.

Farm Bill Promises Nationwide Hemp Legalization

A provision of the farm bill that received final approval in Congress on Wednesday removes hemp from the list of federally controlled substances and treats it like a regular crop.

Construction for The Village at Medford Center Nearing The End

The Village at Medford Center is just 10 days away from the completion.

Car Crashes Into Post Office On Riverside Ave. in Medford

A car has crashed into the front of the United States Post Office on Riverside Ave.

Police Searching For Suspected Poacher, New Rewards Offered

Oregon State Police Fish and Wildlife Troopers are asking for the public’s help in finding who is responsible for shooting a bull elk in Jackson County.

New Policies For Same-Sex Parents Make Adoption Easier

New policies in eastern states make it easier for same-sex partners to secure their parental rights.

Multiple Shot In Black Friday Shooting

Multiple people have been injured after a shooting at an Alabama mall during Black Friday shopping.

Pet of the Week: Bird

This is Bird, an 8-year-old gray tabby cat who was dumped in the Thunderbird parking lot back in March of this year.

Power Largely Restored Following Major Grants Pass Outage

Pacific Power reported that more than 16,000 customers were without power on Wednesday morning.

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