11 April 2013

A Game Changing Surgical Procedure

Written by Craig Smullin, Posted in Local

They're calling it the first ever surgery of it's kind in Oregon. The groundbreaking surgery is called a Lariat Procedure... and it was performed at Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center in late Febr ...

11 April 2013

Irrigation Season Off To Uncertain Start

Written by Lyle Ahrens, Posted in Local

Water is now flowing to farmers on the Klamath Project...but an uncertain supply of water has farmers on edge. The headgates to the 'A' Canal were opened Wednesday, marking the start of irrigation s ...

11 April 2013

Ashland Plaza Offers Free Wifi

Posted in Local

The newly renovated Ashland Plaza is inviting you to bring your laptop, and connect to free Wi-Fi!City Administrator Dave Kanner first proposed the service.Ashland fiber network is providing the ser ...

11 April 2013

Toyota, Honda, Nissan, and Mazda Issue Massive Recall

Posted in U.S. & World News

Four Japanese automakers are recalling some 3.4 million vehicles world-wide because of an airbag problem. The carmakers involved in the recall are Toyota, Nissan, Honda and Mazda because a Japanes ...

10 April 2013

Senate Suggests It's Reached A Deal on Gun Restrictions

Posted in Local

The United States Senate announces a breakthrough deal, finding common ground in planning to pass new gun control laws.The deal approves at least some of the proposed gun restrictions by expanding b ...

10 April 2013

The Seaons 1st Album

Posted in Joe's Journal

   Just last spring they still had band members in high school...now the Seaons have played at Britt and are ready to release their first album.  The group had to replace a few members since last ...

10 April 2013

Seniors Fear Social Security, Medicare Cuts

Written by Craig Smullin, Posted in Local

Cuts to Social Security and Medicare highlight President Obama's new 3.77 trillion-dollar budget for 2014. Its focus -- to cut deficits by 1.8 trillion dollars over the next decade. But many are con ...

10 April 2013

Skull Discovery Triggers Death Investigation

Written by Lyle Ahrens, Posted in Local

The discovery of a skull leads to an unusual death investigation in Klamath County...but police admit they're not likely to find a killer. Klamath County Sheriff Frank Skrah reports that the skull w ...

10 April 2013

Deputies Use DNA Laced Juice Carton In Burglary Arrest

Posted in Local

An innocent carton of orange juice was the key to making one arrest in a 2012 burglary at a home in Eagle Point. According to the Jackson County Sheriff's Office, $10,000 in silver and collectable c ...

10 April 2013

Gun Compromise Reached

Posted in Politics

Washington, D.C.

Senators announce deal on background checks. Brian Mooar reports.