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and your family to prepare for a disaster. fire season is right around the corner. with the rise of active shooters across the county... the central point police department is teaching people how to respond to these situations. the pear blossom festival wrapped up yesterday. one of the biggest events was the race. you will be shocked to see who won the women's race. announce thompson. 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 of the truck. police ask if you have any information on the driver or passenger to please give 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 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. ing 10-thousand disaster kits throughout the northwest. about two-thousand of those will be available in oregon. allstate is also donating 50- thousand dollars to the the 1 and 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 esperansa 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 today you can watch the s at 1pm. or you can go to 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 dollars. [e15]first weather-wx line be more numeros 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. the few light showers we have in the area this afternoon are expected to subside as we enter the evening hours and the system coming on monday does not look to impact the region until the mid to late hours of the morning. [e17]president trump update-intro the white house is battling two major issues right now. this morning the white house facing backlash over the president's interest in reviving a twice abandoned proposal to bus migrants from detention centers along the southern border to so- called sanctuary cities. sot trump: "they want more people in their sanctuary cities. well, we'll give them more people. we can give them an unlimited supply." sot lori lightfoot on cnn: "we're going to do everything we can to make sure that people who come to the city whatever those immigration statuses are going to be treated fairly and with respect." it's an idea that the white house dismissed on friday, saying it was quote floated and rejected. but hours later the president contradicting his team and embracing the plan. the white house now launching a review on how it would work and how much it would cost. sot hogan gidley : "we're going to the process, reviewing everything we can do lawfully. but the fact is we released them already in certain communities, what's the difference in releasing them further?" as the president tangles with democrats over his immigration policy...the battle over his tax returns escalates. house ways and means chairman richard neal sending a second letter to the irs commissioner demanding the president's personal and business tax returns from the past 6 years. the committee setting a new april 23 deadline. giving the administration 10 days to hand over the returns after they missed the april 10 deadline. treasury secretary steve mnuchin dismissed the request, telling reporters that the is deadline arbitrary. sot steve mnuchin : "i'm not aware of there's ever been a request for an elected official's tax return but we will follow the law and we will protect the president as we would protect any individual taxpayer under their rights." according to tax code, the ways and means chairman can request any taxpayer's returns and the treasury department quote "shall furnish" them. sot trump: "i'm under audit but that's up to whomever it is?from what i understand the law is 100 percent on my side." suines is altering its summer flight schedule to account for the absence of boeing seven-37 max jets. the federal aviation administration grounded the planes in march after one flown by ethiopian airlines crashed, killing everyone on board. southwest is extending schedule changes it has already implemented through august, instead of resuming its normal flight schedule in june as originally anticipated. the airline claims it has the largest boeing fleet in the world... with 750 seven-37's. southwest airlineews were recomd by c-f-m, which manufactures the engines. southwest handed the results of its inspections over to the company. the review comes after a southwest seven-37 max had to perform an emergency landing last month when an engine experienced an unspecified problem. it was flying from florida to california for storage at the time and no passengers were aboard. it is not known whether the engines were found to be safe or unsafe. the federal aviation administration ordered all seven-37 max if you are wanting to hit the slopes you should go today. because it might be the last day. for this week's amateur athlete we are diving in the pool. this swimmer hass been breaking records since he was 8 years old. [e24]tease five-wxcam "here's a live look at the caveman bridge in grants pass from taprock northwest grill what does the jordan cove project mean for our environment? well, here are the facts. jordan cove will invest a hundred million dollars in environmental restoration and preservation, creating a hundred acres of saltwater marsh to restore a coho salmon habitat lost long ago -- helping get the species off the endangered list. and we'll preserve old growth forest and wildlife habitat for this generation, and generations to come. the jordan cove project. lifting our economy while improving our local environment. day to ride the slopes. depending on the whether 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.