02 September 2012

Dignity Village

Posted in Local

Getting off the streets to start a new and better life. That's exactly what some people in Ashland's homeless community are hoping to do with a new program called "Dignity Village." Representatives ...

02 September 2012

Unemployment Benefits

Posted in Local

Today Oregon's unemployed could face new challenges as the federal government cuts back how long people can  receive unemployment benefits.The changes mean a cut-back from 99 weeks of federal benef ...

02 September 2012

Hit and Run

Posted in Local

Tonight the Jackson County Sheriff's Office is still on the hunt for a pick up truck they say, ran into a group of five kids Friday evening.   It happened in the 500 block of Lozier Lane in Medfor ...

01 September 2012

A Taste of Harry and David

Posted in Local

Food, wine and music brought hundreds of people to the 10th annual taste of Harry and David today in Medford. The annual event gives visitors a chance to sample tasty treats from over 30 wineries a ...

01 September 2012

Medford S.D. & O.S.E.A. Seek Mediation

Posted in Local

Here in Medford, school is just around the corner and tonight the Medford School District and classified employees still have not agreed on a contract.The Medford School District and Oregon School E ...

01 September 2012

Hana Sushi Re-Opens

Posted in Local

Hana Sushi has been closed since March after a fire tore through several businesses in the Ashland Plaza. But now the restaurant is back open and ready for business. NBC 5 spoke with owner Bill Barc ...

01 September 2012

Man Shot in the Face

Posted in Local

In Prospect, emergency crews rushed to fly out a man who allegedly shot himself in the head with a gun. According to officials, late Friday night, Josh Jordan -- who was camping in Prospect -- accid ...

31 August 2012

Craterian Changes It's Name

Posted in Local

The Craterian Ginger Rogers Theater in downtown Medford is changing it's name, after a large donation from a local patron.Say goodbye to that big 'G' and Ginger Rogers marquee outside the Craterian. ...

31 August 2012

Low Paying Jobs Boom

Written by Craig Smullin, Posted in Local

A new study finds that a majority of new jobs added during the nation's recovery are paying low wages. NBC-5's Craig Smullin explains why Rogue Valley employment officials aren't  concerned.

31 August 2012

Local Man Wins $260,000 Yearly For Life

Posted in Local

A White City man wins $5,000 a week for the rest of his life from The Publisher's Clearing House.