13 June 2012

Medford's Roller Odyssey On The Verge Of Closing

Posted in Local

The good times at Medford's Roller Odyssey could soon roll to an end. Why the rink's owner says she's fighting to save the business and honor her late husband's legacy.  NBC5's Laura Cavanaugh repo ...

12 June 2012

SOU: Financially "Fragile"

Written by Christine Pitawanich, Posted in Local

Like many colleges in our state, Southern Oregon University is financially strapped. It's the reason they they raised tuition 9.9%. "Turns out SOU's request was the highest of the seven campuses in ...

12 June 2012

Opening Act: Britt Tests New Alcohol Policy

Written by Travis Koch, Posted in Local

Britt opened their fiftieth celebration of the outdoor music festival with a Bay Area rock band Primus. At the same time trying out their new alcohol policy.

12 June 2012

"This should be our wake up call."

Written by Craig Smullin, Posted in Local

Community leaders here pointing to the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse trial as a teaching opportunity... and a reminder... that it is our responsibility to stop child abuse. NBC-5's Craig Smullin has the ...

12 June 2012

Cutting Torch Sparks Fire

Written by Lyle Ahrens, Posted in Local

A huge column of smoke over Klamath Falls filled the sky as tires burned at a metals business. Crews were called out to a fire at Hamilton Metals at around 5:30 Monday afternoon.  The fire was buri ...

12 June 2012

Hard Times For Construction

Posted in Local

After serving Southern Oregon for over 30 years, Ashland based Adroit Construction Company discusses how they reinvented themselves to help stay alive during tough economic times.

12 June 2012

ALL NEW: Lights Staying On In West Medford

Posted in Local

A proposal to turn off street lights in west Medford has been scrapped. This, after a survey found a majority of residents didn't approve of the pilot project to save electricity and improve viewin ...

12 June 2012

ALL NEW: Only One Choice For New University of Oregon President

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Higher education officials now only have one choice on who to vote in as the new University of Oregon president. Michael Gottfredson was chosen over two other finalists for the position, after it wa ...

12 June 2012

ALL NEW: Wyden Places Hold On Intellegence Bill

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Oregon Senator Ron Wyden has placed a hold on a controversial intelligence bill. Wyden blocked the foreign intelligence surveillance act on Monday, which would have been extended for another 5 years ...

11 June 2012

Opening of Britt Festival Brings Big Business To Jacksonville

Posted in Local

It's that time of year when the streets of Jacksonville get busier, the nights get a little louder and the local merchants see a lot more green. Tonight kicked off the first concert of the Britt Fe ...