27 June 2012

Rumors of Tax Levy on November Ballot

Posted in Local

After voting against a property tax levy that would support public safety, rumors circulate around Josephine County that the levy may appear again on the November ballot.

27 June 2012

ALL NEW: Senate Passes FDA Act

Posted in U.S. & World News

The United States Senate has voted through the Food and Drug Administration Safety and Innovation Act. The act it's now on it's way to President Obama for a signature. The FDA Safety and Innovati ...

27 June 2012

ALL NEW: Ashland Vacation Rental Laws Under Scrutiny

Posted in Local

Ashland City Officials are looking into reforming the cities vacation home rental laws.     Some residents in Ashland believe the current vacation rental laws are out of date.The city say many o ...

27 June 2012

ALL NEW: Klamath County Fair Grounds Receive Funds To Stay Open

Posted in Local

Klamath County leaders have voted to loan the fair grounds money, in order to keep it afloat. The fair grounds will receive up to $300,000 per year, for the next 5 years. This comes after fairground ...

27 June 2012

ALL NEW: Cave Junction Approves New Budget

Posted in Local

Cave Junction City Councilors have approved a city budget for the up-coming fiscal year. The budget totals $3.5 million, with $1 million going to the city's general fund. The council has also approv ...

27 June 2012

Smartphones Revolutionize Dating, But Potentially Put You at Risk

Posted in Local

While online dating has become a multi-billion dollar industry with up to 40 million users a year, new GPS-enabled smartphones are revolutionizing how some singles are making love connections. But p ...

27 June 2012

July 4th Travel Preview

Written by Craig Smullin, Posted in Local

Next week's 4th of July holiday is shaping up to be a busy one according to AAA. NBC-5's Craig Smullin tells us why and provides some tips on how you can get the most out of your family vacation.

27 June 2012

Surveillance Cameras Create Riff and Prompt Citations

Written by Travis Koch, Posted in Local

How far is too far? A crime busting couple uses a surveillance system to catch criminals, but in the process causes a neighborhood feud. Some homeowners say their crime fighting has gone too far.

27 June 2012

Facebook Changes Upsetting Users

Posted in Local

   Facebook users are starting to see what some call an unpleasant surprise on their profile pages.   The social network is now setting every user's default email to an at-facebook--dot--com add ...

26 June 2012

Bad Economy Taking Toll on Kids Unlimited

Written by Christine Pitawanich, Posted in Local

13-year-old Grant Linville travels from Eagle Point to play basketball at Kids Unlimited in Medford. "Out in Eagle Point we don't have any basketball programs," said Linville. He's one of many kids ...