13 March 2013

Oregon Standoff Ends With Suspect In Custody

Posted in Regional

The standoff at a Lincon City Motel has ended. After being holed up in his room for hours, police wheeled out 26-year-old Michael "Chad" Boysen on a gurney and placed him under arrest. Boysen is acc ...

12 March 2013

Global Warming Could Cause Pollen Count To Skyrocket

Posted in Local

A report by the Journal Science says by the end of this century  temperatures will rise to the highest levels in 11,000 years, causing pollen counts to skyrocket. Those  findings were presented to ...

12 March 2013

Medford Superintendent's Contract to Expire

Written by Christine Pitawanich, Posted in Local

The superintendent's eight years of service could be coming to an end. Dr. Phil Long, Superintendent of the Medford School District may be out of a job come June of next year. "We have to make hard ...

12 March 2013

Jen Bray Climb Against the Odds

Posted in Joe's Journal

Iit's called climb against the odds. About 30 people will climb Mount Shasta in June to raise money for the Breast Cancer Fund. The Breast Cancer Fund aims it's effort's at eliminating toxins, that ...

12 March 2013

Harry & David Lays Off 22 Employees

Written by Craig Smullin, Posted in Local

One month after Harry & David reported increased revenue and profit during the holiday season... the company is laying off 22 workers as part of an organizational re-design. NBC-5's Craig Smulli ...

12 March 2013

Commissioners Pull Away From KBRA

Written by Lyle Ahrens, Posted in Local

The Klamath County Commissioners withdrew from the Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement this morning...but some say the Commissioners are violating a contract. By unanimous agreement, the commissione ...

12 March 2013

Dueling Budgets

Posted in U.S. & World News, Politics, Economy

Washington, D.C.

House proposal repeals Obamacare and restructures Medicare; Senate hopes to cut spending and close tax loopholes. Jennifer Johnson reports.

12 March 2013

Wild Life Images To Re-Open Friday

Posted in Economy

Nearly 3 months after shutting down due to extensive storm damage, Wild Life images plans to re-open this week. The non-profit that rescues and rehabilitates injured animals was on its last leg itse ...

12 March 2013

SOU Drops Preliminary Tuition Hike Numbers

Posted in Economy

Southern Oregon University students may soon be facing a possible tuition hike. University officials introduced a preliminary figure of 5.8 percent increases in next Fall's tuition Monday.n That's o ...

12 March 2013

Eagle Point Man Behind Bars For Food-For-Less Armed Robbery

Posted in Local

An Eagle Point man is behind bars this morning after police say he threatened Food-For-Less employees with a knife. Just after 6:30 am Monday morning, Medford police arrested Leonel Olvera-Hernande ...