12 February 2013

Douglas County Considers Private Medical School

Posted in Regional

The city of Roseburg voted to fund a $30,000 feasibility to determine if a private medical school should be built in Douglas county. The school would be not-for-profit, meaning it would be tax exem ...

11 February 2013

Lifeline In Jeopardy: Funding for DV Survivors Not Renewed Yet

Posted in Local

A lifeline for domestic violence victims is in jeopardy.  On Capitol Hill today, senators debated whether or not to renew funding for the Violence Against Women Act. The landmark federal legislatio ...

11 February 2013

ODOT Teaming Up With Police To Curb Texting While Driving

Posted in Local, Regional

Starting today through the rest of the month the Oregon Department of Transportation is teaming up with law enforcement. Their target? Drivers who speed, don't wear seat belts, don't buckle up thei ...

11 February 2013

Barnack Admits To Inappropriate Comments; Taylor Could Get A New Hearing

Posted in Local

New details tonight in the exclusive story we brought you last week of Judge Timothy Barnack's censure. NBC5 learned that because Judge Barnack admitted to acting inappropriately when hearing the s ...

11 February 2013

Senate Bills For Oregon Waterways

Written by Travis Koch, Posted in Local

A series of bills proposed in Oregon's Senate have brought frustrations from metal miners and opposing law makers. One of the bills authors, Oregon Senator, Alan Bates says the bills are set to prot ...

11 February 2013

Crater High School Closed Until Mid-Week

Posted in Local

Classes are canceled at Crater High School after a water main floods the building. A school custodian arrived around 5am this Monday morning to find water pouring into the parking lot. Soon after, ...

11 February 2013

Pope Benedict Steps Aside

Posted in U.S. & World News, Politics

Pontiff is the first to abdicate in modern times. Steve Handelsman reports.

11 February 2013

Home Makeovers Rebound

Posted in U.S. & World News, Economy

Home improvements are on the rise, but with a surprising post-recession twist. Chris Clackum reports.

11 February 2013

Curry County Residents Asked To Approve Tax Levy

Posted in Local

Curry county residents are facing a property tax increase in May to help save the county's public services. The five year public safety levy would raise nearly 4.5 million dollars for the safety b ...

11 February 2013

Josephine County Asked To Approve May Tax Increase

Posted in Local

Josephine county residents will be asked again this May to approve a tax increase to close the 12 million dollar gap in the county's budget. The board of commissioners is drafting a new proposal tha ...