25 April 2014

Floyd A. Boyd Co. sells

Written by Lyle Ahrens, Posted in Local

Merrill, Ore. -- Today marks the end of an era for Klamath Basin agriculture. The Floyd A. Boyd company began selling farm machinery in Klamath County in 1940. Today marks the final day of operation ...

25 April 2014

Oregon Supreme Court says state can vaccinate foster kids

Written by Travis Koch, Posted in Local, Regional

Ashland, Ore. -- A ruling by Oregon's Supreme Court says any of the 8,500 children and youth in foster care can be vaccinated regardless of their choice or their biological parents religious beliefs ...

25 April 2014

Zonkey born at Mexico zoo

Posted in U.S. & World News, Entertainment

(Today Show) -- A rare zebra-donkey hybrid called a "zonkey" was born at a Mexico zoo April 21. They named it Khumba, who's mother is a female zebra called Rayas while the father is a dwarf, blue-e ...

25 April 2014

Cover Oregon board votes unanimously to join federal exchange

Posted in Local, Regional

Durham, Ore. -- (KGW) Oregon became the first state in the nation to drop its problem-plagued online health exchange and link up with the federal website. Cover Oregon's board voted unanimously Frid ...

25 April 2014

Connecticut high school student stabbed after alleged prom rejection

Posted in U.S. & World News

Milford, Conn. (WVIT) --  A 16-year-old honor student has died after being stabbed by a fellow student at Jonathan Law High School hours before the Milford, Conn., school's prom, police said. Maren ...

25 April 2014

Cat Cafe opens in New York City

Posted in U.S. & World News

New York, NY --  If you love coffee and cats, there is a new pop-up cafe in New York City that would be perfect for you. Visitors to the Cat Cafe can drink coffee beverages like the "Cat'achino" wh ...

24 April 2014

Law makers react to Cover Oregon website fail

Written by Roma Villavicencio, Posted in Local

Medford, Ore.--   Cover Oregon's website is considered the worst online health exchange in the country. And some Oregon law makers aren't happy. U.S. Representative Greg Walden said, "What a mess, ...

24 April 2014

Report shows drug related deaths down less than one percent from 2012

Written by Kassi Nelson, Posted in Local

Medford, Ore. -- New numbers released from the Oregon Medical Examiner's office Thursday show drug related deaths are down, but only slightly. The report also shows meth use is more deadly than it's ...

24 April 2014

Proposed Medford casino: the letters Pt. 1

Posted in Local

Medford, Ore. -- It's been just over a year and a half since the Coquille Indian Tribe announced plans to build and open a casino in Medford. The idea has received backlash from the neighboring Cow ...

24 April 2014

Panel recommends dumping Cover Oregon

Posted in Local, Regional

Medford, Ore. -- A panel investigating what to do to fix the troubled Cover Oregon online health insurance exchange suggests throwing in the towel. The Cover Oregon online marketplace for health ins ...