17 October 2013

Cuts Coming To Food Stamp Programs

Posted in Local

Even though the debt ceiling was averted temporarily, 25 percent of Jackson County residents will still get a letter preparing them for a cut to the food stamps they rely on.  That's because 2009 ...

16 October 2013

Back to Work For Government Employees

Written by Roma Villavicencio, Posted in Local

Playing Frisbee is just one of the ways Anthony Olegario has been keeping busy. He's a fisheries biologist for the U.S. Forest Service and has been out of work since the federal government shut ...

16 October 2013

Lawmakers Vote To Reopen Government And Raise Debt Ceiling

Posted in Local

Lawmakers in Washington have come to an agreement to raise the debt ceiling and reopen the government. The House and Senate passed a bi-partisan plan tonight, and the President signed it into law. W ...

16 October 2013

Murder Suspect's Wife Speaks Out

Written by Christine Pitawanich, Posted in Local

On Wednesday afternoon the man charged with the murder of Ashlander Frank Damiano, also known as Tony Della Penna, appeared in a Jackson County courtroom. Sitting in the courtoom was 34-year-old Mer ...

16 October 2013

22 Pounds Of Meth Off Klamath Falls Streets

Posted in Regional

This morning, over 20 pounds of meth is off Kamath Falls streets. Police say they pulled-over a couple on Highway 97 Saturday... during a routine traffic stop and say that's when something made them ...

16 October 2013

Suspect Arrested In Ashland Homicide

Posted in Regional

The Jackson County Sheriff's says they now have the man who they suspect killed Ashland man, Frank Dameiano 34 year old Merlin resident, Elmo Bound the Third is currently being held in the Jackson ...

16 October 2013

Discount OSF tickets

Posted in Local

The Oregon Shakespeare Festival is offering discount rush tickets on select performances The tickets are being offered for ten dollars a piece, with the donation of one can of non -perishable food p ...

16 October 2013

Ashland electric rates to rise

Posted in Local

In Ashland this morning, electricity will cost more starting November first. The city council voted in a 5-point-3 percent rate hike,bringing the average monthly bill to around 72-dollars.    The ...

16 October 2013

Latest: Clock is ticking on debt ceiling

Posted in U.S. & World News

There's less than 24 hours until the government reaches the debt ceiling... so far no word on a deal.  But at this hour, the Senate says they're making progress after the House abandoned a last-dit ...

15 October 2013

Medford City Council Bans Medical Marijuana Dispensaries

Written by Christine Pitawanich, Posted in Local

It's a no go. The Medford City Council has decided they won't allow medical marijuana dispensaries to pop up in city limits. It flies in the face of a new law that would allow dispensaries statewide ...