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A series of potent storms rolled through the Rogue Valley on Wednesday afternoon and evening, breaking particularly hard over Medford.
Traffic will be down to one lane on I-5 south near exit 45 as crews work to repair the guard rail from Thursday morning's fatal truck crash.
'It provides funding for overtime, it provides funding for buy-money — which is basically our ability to purchase drugs undercover — which can be pretty expensive.'
The family of an Ashland World War II veteran finally has closure.
The fire started Friday afternoon and is now 200 acres.
The current city ordinance in Grants Pass says smoking and vaping are not allowed within 10 feet of any business entrance, exit or window.
The crew is learning how to fight big, aggressive fires.
The rappellers slide the doors open, drop the ropes 200-350 feet above the ground and then slide down to the ground and begin immediate attack on the fire.
Ashland Community Hospital: "We're very excited to have the new technology here at the hospital."
Police say they were able to catch the suspect after he returned to a shop the day after he burglarized it and employees recognized him.