29 March 2013

Four Oregon Gun Restriction Bills Head To Public Senate Hearing

Posted in Local

The topic of gun control will take center stage at a state senate hearing next week in Salem.  Four bills aimed at tightening Oregon's gun laws are being proposed by State Senator Floyd Prozanski - ...

29 March 2013

Driest Start To Any Year On Record

Posted in Local

Despite our recent spring showers, 2013 is currently the driest start to a calendar year. March isn't officially over but weather officials say that we are already on tap to see one of the driest fi ...

29 March 2013

Walk For Liz

Written by Lyle Ahrens, Posted in Local

A 23 year old Marine Corps veteran is walking across the country to raise money for a total stranger from Klamath Falls who was recently diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Liz Estes was diagnosed wi ...

29 March 2013

Property Tax Deferral Program Deadline Approaching

Deadlines are quickly approaching for Oregon's Senior and Disabled citizens property tax deferral program. Individuals currently in the program have until April 8th to re-certify their "active statu ...

29 March 2013

House Bill Aims to Set up Secure State Retirement Plan

Posted in Local

A new study finds small business owners near retirement age would be hit hard by recently proposed cuts to social security and Medicare.The study was just release by Main Street Alliance of Oregon, ...

29 March 2013

Lawmakers Hope To Reverse The Native American Mascot Ban

Posted in Regional

Two emergency bills were heard by the Senate yesterday in an effort to reverse the ban on Native American school mascots. Senate Bill 215 and House bill 3397 are virtually the same. They would chang ...

29 March 2013

North Korea Threatens to "Mercilessly Strike" U.S. Military Bases

Posted in U.S. & World News

North Korea state media has confirmed that the country's leader put the nation's missile units on standby, to attack U.S. Military bases in South Korea and the Pacific.North Korean state media repor ...

29 March 2013

Tsunami Dock Removed From Washington Beach

Posted in U.S. & World News

The last of the 65-foot tsunami dock that washed ashore Washington's Olympic peninsula has been removed according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The dock is debris from the ...

28 March 2013

Drug Bust Turns Up Meth, Heroin and Steroids

Posted in Local

A drug bust that went down Wednesday in Medford could have ties to the largest steroid bust in the city's history.That steroid bust happened nearly two months ago.  Wednesday, drug officers found w ...

28 March 2013

Hatchet Murder Sentence Gets 'Second Look'

Written by Lyle Ahrens, Posted in Local

The case of a Klamath County woman serving a life sentence for her role in the brutal hatchet murder of her mother and brother is getting a 'second look'. Jessica Tibbets was only 14 when she urged ...