12 March 2013

Bill To Consider Veteran's History During Criminal Sentencing Goes To The Oregon House

Posted in Politics

Criminal courts could be required to consider a veteran's military history during sentencing under a bill passed by the Oregon senate. Senate Bill 124 was passed unanimously on Monday. It would give ...

12 March 2013

Medford City Council Considers Lifting Beehive Ban

Posted in Local

The Medford City Council is considering a proposal to lift the city's restriction on beehives within the city limits. Currently, beehives are only allowed on land zoned for agricultural purposes. So ...

12 March 2013

Human Skull Found In Port Orford Trailer Park

Posted in Regional

Port Orford police are conducting a death investigation after a human skull was found under a mobile home being moved. The skull was found yesterday, after the trailer park owners moved the structur ...

11 March 2013

Japan Two Year Anniversary

Written by Jennifer Elliott, Posted in Local

Tonight Japan remembers  the earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear meltdown that caused horrific destruction just two years ago -- a disaster so strong it was even felt 5000 miles away on Oregon's shore ...

11 March 2013

Rumor Has Oregon Wineries Talking

Written by Craig Smullin, Posted in Local

The Oregon wine industry is buzzing tonight with rumors of a major California wine producer... expanding into the Beaver State's Willamette Valley. But does such a move hurt Southern Oregon wineries ...

11 March 2013

Lego Robotics Instructor Fighting For His Life

Posted in Local

Last Tuesday, 31 year old Chris Duval was on his way home when his vehicle rolled over near Modoc and Table Rock Road. Duval was immediatly rushed to Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center and placed ...

11 March 2013

Kids Unlimited Charter School Hangs in the Balance

Written by Christine Pitawanich, Posted in Local

The Kids Unlimited Charter School, which would serve vulnerable kids in the community, has been five years in the making. But now, there are concerns about a potential conflict of interest. It's a q ...

11 March 2013

Klamath Falls Facing 'Light' Road Construction Season

Written by Lyle Ahrens, Posted in Local

Those who don't like road construction delays will have it easy this summer in Klamath Falls...However, a lack of money has put many road projects on 'hold'. Klamath Falls Public Works Director Mark ...

11 March 2013

Hiring On The Rise

Posted in U.S. & World News, Politics, Economy

February jobs report shows steep increase in hiring; unemployment falls to 7.7%. Tracie Potts reports.

11 March 2013

The Fight For Saturday Mail

Posted in Politics, Economy

The U.S. Postal Service and Congress are squaring off over the plan to halt Saturday mail delivery. Chris Clackum reports.