21 June 2012

Ashland Lane Changes

Posted in Local

Change in the works for the City of Ashland, as officials consider cutting the Main street down from three lanes to two in the downtown area. Business owners, in particular, are worried that East Ma ...

21 June 2012

Legislators Urge Calm in SOU/JPR Dispute

Written by Craig Smullin, Posted in Local

The ongoing battle between the Oregon University System and Jefferson Public Radio has local politicians asking for more time to allow both sides to cool off. NBC-5's Craig Smullin explains.     ...

21 June 2012

Judge Raises Bail For Clement

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The bail of a Medford man who lead police on an 80-mile long chase through southern Oregon & northern California has been raised by more than $80,000. A Siskiyou County Superior Court judge ha ...

21 June 2012

State Seeks Federal Assistance In Tsunami Debris Cleanup

Posted in Local

The State of Oregon will pay to have the japaneese dock that washed up ashore on Agate Beach dismantled. While the state is footing the bill for now, they areseeking help from the federal governmen ...

21 June 2012

ALL NEW: County Workers Voluntarily Take Furlough Days

Posted in Local

Two Siskiyou County staff memebers have voluntarily decided to take one furlough day a week to help with the counties budget crisis. Both County Librarian Michael Perry and County Personnel Manager ...

21 June 2012

Dangerous Ashland Intersection Soon to be Fixed

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The Ashland City Council has approved a nearly $600,000 contract to fix a dangerous intersection this summer. Pilot Rock Excavation will work where Hersey and Wimer streets join North Main. Official ...

21 June 2012

ALL NEW: Homeless Veteran Program Awarded Federal Grant

Posted in Local

A Rogue Valley homeless veterans program has been awarded a $200,000 federal grant. Easter Seals Oregon was award the grant by the U.S. Department of Labor on Tuesday. The grant will be used to he ...

21 June 2012

White City One Step Closer to Cityhood

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The Jackson County Commissioners have cleared the way for White City to become a city, pending a vote.  It's been a long road for the issue to finally get on the ballot.  But tonight White City  ...

20 June 2012

Senate Majority To Cut Food Stamp Funding

Written by Travis Koch, Posted in Local

Those who qualify for the Heat and Eat Program, could loose $90.00 in food assistance following a rejected bill to continue the funding.

20 June 2012

CP Drive By Suspects Sign Plea Deals

Written by Craig Smullin, Posted in Local

Two California men will spend the next 12 and 15 years in prison for their roles in a drive by shooting in Central Point last November. NBC-5's Craig Smullin has the story.