02 October 2014

Cleaing a path for the salmon

Posted in Local

Ashland, Ore. -- The drought is making it difficult for salmon along Bear Creek in Ashland to make it to their spawning grounds. The water is so low at the Oak Street diversion dam that full-grown s ...

02 October 2014

Medford Police warn about another IRS scam

Posted in Local

Medford, Ore. -- Medford Police are warning about an IRS scam that's hitting the area.  Police say the caller tells the victim they owe taxes and they need to pay with a prepaid Green Dot, Visa, o ...

01 October 2014

100 new parking spots added at Mt.Ashland

Written by Roma Villavicencio, Posted in Local

Ashland, Ore.-- For the last year and half biking and hiking are pretty much all anyone can do on Mount Ashland.  Ashland resident, Alex Smith said he enjoys it with or without snow on the slopes. ...

01 October 2014

SBA announces Federal Loans for Businesses affected by Boles Fire

Posted in Local

Weed, Ca -- The Small Business Administration announced Wednesday it will make low interest federal disaster zones available to all residents and business owners affected by the Boles fire.   The f ...

01 October 2014

Man sentenced after police find 22 pounds of meth

Posted in Local

Klamath Falls, Ore. -- A Klamath County judge has sentenced a man to five years in prison after he plead no contest in one of the biggest meth busts in Southern Oregon history. 25 year old Jeronimo ...

01 October 2014

Local health officials say Ebola epidemic in U.S. highly unlikely

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Medford, Ore. -- Despite a confirmed case of Ebola diagnosed in the United States public health officials in the Rogue Valley say an epidemic here is highly unlikely. Ebola has taken the lives of th ...

01 October 2014

New study says marijuana may threaten area salmon

Posted in U.S. & World News

Humboldt County, Calif. --- According to a new study by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, the greatest threat to area salmon, may be marijuana. A California Department of Fish and Wild ...

01 October 2014

New report claims GMO labeling will cost you less than a penny a day

Posted in Local

A new report claims that GMO labeling will cost consumers less than one penny per day.The report was commissioned by Consumers Union which is the policy arm of Consumer Reports. The research was con ...

01 October 2014

Officials asking for your help in locating missing Coos Bay man

Posted in Local, Regional

Roseburg, Ore. --- The Douglas County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help locating a reported missing person. Officials say John Ambrosini SR, age 59, left his home in Coos Bay on Frida ...

01 October 2014

Local health organizations respond to Ebola diagnosis in U.S.

Posted in Local, Regional

Medford, Ore. --- Jackson County Public Health will do more training on how to deal with infectious diseases, now that the first case of Ebola was diagnosed in the U.S.  Health experts say Ebola is ...