18 January 2013

Reward Offered For Information Leading To Missing Coos Bay Woman

Posted in Local

A reward is now being offered for information that helps bring a missing Coos Bay woman home. Police say Holly Berry was last seen on January 3 around 4 P.M., leaving her apartment. A reward of ove ...

18 January 2013

Phoenix Mayor Loses His Battle With Cancer

Posted in Local

Sad news out of Phoenix this morning... Former Phoenix Mayor Carlos Debritto lost his year-long battle with cancer yesterday, just weeks after his final term in office came to an end.  Mayor Debri ...

17 January 2013

Concealed Weapon Permit Applications Up Dramatically

Posted in Local

The number of people applying for concealed weapons permits in Southern Oregon is up dramatically. In order to carry a concealed weapon, you need a permit issued through the Sheriff's Department.  ...

17 January 2013

Twist of Fate: Bizarre Ending to String of ATM Thefts

Posted in Local

Two people are behind bars after a string of smash and grab robberies at markets in Josephine County, leaving thousands of dollars in damage.  But one shop owner hit hard by the thieves got a welco ...

17 January 2013

FBI Releases New Statistics Regarding Homicides Involving Firearms

Posted in Local

This week the F.B.I. released new information, shedding light on what crime looked like for the first half of 2012. Oregon ranked relatively low, at number 37, on the national list of the highest n ...

17 January 2013

Oregon Sheriffs Claim Gun Control Unconstitutional

Written by Travis Koch, Posted in Local

Following the unveiling of new gun control measures- some executive orders and proposals made for congress, several Oregon Sheriff's called the presidents move a "knee-jerk reaction" even though man ...

17 January 2013

Emergency Assistance Options

Written by Craig Smullin, Posted in Local

As a bitter cold continues it's grip on Southern Oregon... with it comes a good opportunity to remind our viewers. No one should lose their heat this time of year.   NBC-5's Craig Smullin reports.

17 January 2013

Officials Seeking Public Comments on Bybee Project Timber Proposal

Posted in Local

Officials want to know what you think about a logging proposal just released.The proposal says that 45 million board feet of timber in the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest would be harvested.The ...

17 January 2013

State Offices and DMV Closed Friday Due To Furlough

Posted in Local

State offices will be closed tomorrow for the 8th mandatory "Furlough Friday" in this 2011-2013 budget cycle.  Each of the furlough days saves the state an estimated 2 million dollars. State polic ...