11 October 2013

Klamath Basin Potato Harvest

Written by Lyle Ahrens, Posted in Local

Harvest season is now in full swing on Klamath County's 17 million dollar potato crop... Farmers were challenged this year with drought conditions, and a changing market. Dan Chin of Wong Potatoes i ...

11 October 2013

Hanley Farm Scarecrow Fest

Posted in Joe's Journal

It's officially fall out at Hanley Farm and to celebrate they have two weekends, full of activities.  It starts this weekend with the scarecrow fest out at the farm. NBC Five's Joe Camarlinghi has ...

11 October 2013

Bend Man To Run For Oregon Senator

Posted in Regional

In Oregon politics, A bend man is challenging senator Jeff Merkley for a seat in the senate. 63 year-old republican sam carpenter has filed with the Oregon Secretary of State to run next year. Carp ...

11 October 2013

Annual Tip-A-Cop Event This Saturday

Posted in Local

Trading in their badges for serving trays: Local law enforcement will be serving up support at the 8th annual Tip-A-Cop event on Saturday. Starting at 11 A.M., Medford Police and Jackson County She ...

11 October 2013

City of Medford Looks for Public Opinion Over Strategic Plan

Posted in Local

The Medford City Council is asking for your opinion.The City is updating their strategic plan, which focuses on future goals, objectives and decisions. The plan has four themes: A safe community A ...

10 October 2013

Shutdown Effect On Food Stamps

Written by Roma Villavicencio, Posted in Local

If the government shutdown continues, the supplemental nutrition program could be on the chopping block.     Funding for food stamps expires at the end of October, so food pantries are preparing i ...

10 October 2013

Oregon Designates "Model" Schools in New Report Card

Written by Christine Pitawanich, Posted in Local

Numerous schools with high poverty rates in Southern Oregon are overcoming the odds. A handful of them got recognized as "model schools" in this year's State of Oregon report card. It measures stude ...

10 October 2013

Still Little Clues In David Grubbs Murder Case

Posted in Local

Nearly two years later and still no leads. Detectives in Ashland are still actively working the David Grubbs murder case. November 19, 2011. The body of 23 year old David Grubbs is found on the bike ...

10 October 2013

Oregon, 6 Other States Suing EPA

Posted in Regional

Oregon is joining six other states, filing a federal lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency.Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum made the announcement on Wednesday.The lawsuit allege ...

10 October 2013

National Fire Prevention Week Warns: Candles Cause Home Fires

Posted in U.S. & World News

National Fire Week Prevention officials tell us that candles, while beautiful and decorative, can also cause house fires. The NFPA says that from 2006 to 2010, over 11-thousand house fires started ...