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to be prepared for it. today might be your last day to ride the slopes at mt. ashland. the season could extend if two things happen. [a10]headlines-wipe to vo pres. trump president trump is battling two major issues right now. the irs releasing his taxes and allowing immigrants into sanctuary cities. [a11]news open-sot announcer says "watching out a man in his mid-20's ran out of the grants pass sears with more than a hundred dollars worth of tools that he didn't pay for. the manager ran after the man as he jumped into a red 1980's toyota truck. the suspect backed up and drove over the legs of the manager. there was also a blond female in the passenger seat of the truck. police ask if you have any information on the driver or passenger to please give ve shooter. the training course is offered several times throughout the year or upon request. the goal is to teach skills and strategies that will bridge the gap between the time an emergency begins and law enforcement's arrival. during training, they taught people a strategy known as alice. which is short for alert, lockdown, inform, counter and evacuate. officers say learning strategies like "alice" can save lives. ""it was just a reminder of that it can happen anywhere, it can happen right next door, it doesn't have to be a huge college, it doesn't have to be a huge school, it could be a community college, it could be an why it's so important to get this message out, to preserve life in these types of situations." if you are interested in hosting an alice training for your school, church or workplace, contact the central point police department. allstate agencies are distributing 10-thousand disaster kits throughout the northwest. plus it is donating 50- thousand dollars to the oregon red cross to help prepare for wildfire season. people who live in medford can pick up their allstate disaster preparedness starter kit at any participating allstate agency. you can also do three steps to prepare you and your family. build a disaster preparedness kit with water and non perishable food. create a household emergency evacuation plan and help your community get ready for a disaster. a fun annual challenge took to their engineering skills to the test. eighty students from more than 30 local schools designed and built functioning wind turbines. they designed, built and test their very own wind turbines. but students say it's more than just a learning opportunity. alyssa michaels and grace parker, juniors at henley high school grace parker "a lot of hard work and dedication. we've been working on this turbine for about 2 weeks now. and we've been working day and night. in the classroom, at home, after school and so" "it's cool to see all the hard work pay off for sure." the first and second places teams will represent oregon at the 20-19 national kidwind challenge in houston on may 20th. [a19]pear blossom parade-vo 2 mile run as well as the 5-k and classic ten mile run. newswatch 12 was there as the winners of the ten mile run crossed the finish line. 26-year-old tyler van-dyke was the first place winner with a time of 54 minutes and 24 seconds. but this isn't his first run...he's ran a 65 mile race before. he's been running since college. "good! i've always wanted to do this race for so long, i've never really had a chance, so this was my first time doing it and it was fun." the first place runner in the female division is 10-year-old es- per-ansa morales from klamath falls. she finished the 10 miles in one hour and three minutes. she's been training for a couple months. "in the beginning i had to start hard in order to get a good place. and it's tough but it's all about the mental game and the physical game." lf hour, workers teach free classes on fossils, dinosaurs and other earth sciences. after, the whole family is welcome to explore the museum. the director says they want to make sure kids understand earth. [a23]krater rock museum-sotvo ""we are dedicated to education and so we will constantly be adding something to the organization's learning experience." kids get in for free from 10:30 to 3 p-m the second saturday every month. [a24]live-stinger we are taking a live look out at mt. ashland. today is the last day to ride the slopes. depending on the weather and if this weekend was busy they will have bonus weekends. the mountain saw way more snow this season at about 230 inches. compared to last year's 160 inches. today: a damp and cool day will be the story across much of southern oregon and northern california on sunday. hit and miss showers will impact the entire region, although showers are expected to be more numerous in the klamath basin. temperatures will top out in the low to mid 50s in the rogue valley, northern california, and coastal communities this afternoon with areas east of the cascades experiencing temperatures in the low to mid 40s. tonight: much of the region will see a dry, overcast night this evening. evening hours and the system coming on monday does not look to impact the region until the mid to late hours of the morning. [a28]fisher price-vo a sleeper linked to more than 30 infant deaths since 2009... the federal consumer product safety commission says the deaths happened after infants rolled over while unrestrained. this recall comes after a warning about the product was issued just last week by the commission and fisher-price. trump, who is an advisor to president trump, is now in ethiopia to meet with women working in the coffee industry. she will also tour a female-run factory that produces household furnishings and other products. on monday, trump will attend a conference with high profile ethiopian women including ethiopia's first female president. trump also plans to visit ivory coast where she will attend the we-fi west africa regional summit, part of the initiative she rolled out with the world bank in 20-17. a spokesperson for the airline confirmed it will further limit to how far seats in coach and first class recline on its fleet of airbus a-3-20s. this started yesteday. delta says it will retro-fit the seats on all 62 of those planes. the seats will lose about two inches of reclining space. the work will take about two months to complete. according to delta-- the move is not about adding more seats or taking away space. instead-- delta says it is focused on protecting customers' personal space and making multitasking easier. in a couple of minutes ... if you are looking to meet the easter bunny we will tell you where to hop to. if you have older kids death defying stunts and tigers might be more interesting to take your family to today. "here's a live look at ashland from the oregon shakespeare festival. watching out for you, this is newswatch 12 this morning." announcer says "watching out for you, this is newswatch the later show at 5 pm. the circus says there will be death-defying aerial acts and animal attractions. kids will also have the opportunity to ride and per different types of animals. tickets range from 9 to 30 includes activities for kids and tasting for adults starting this weekend. the fun is happening at the country village store off of center drive today and next weekend on friday and saturday from 11 to 4. it's free to enjoy but you are encouraged to bring nonperishable food items that will be donated to the teresa mccormic center. e about the trip, head to one of the travel show events next week. tuesday, april 16-th you can get information in medford by heading to the spring hill suites at 10am, 2pm or 7pm. wednesday, april 17-th head to the lodge at riverside in grants pass at 10 am or 1 pm. and in klamath falls at the shilo inn at 7 pm. you can also go to holidayvacations.com and use the keyword "kdrv" to get more information. many