23 June 2012

Free Meals for Kids in Need

Posted in Local

Summer is in full swing. Kids are out of school and for some of them, out of luck when it comes to eating regular meals every day. Hungry children who are accustomed to eating regular lunches at sch ...

22 June 2012

Mayor Proposes Tax Levy

Posted in Local

Trying to find any way to fill the budget gap --The Mayor of Grants Pass, speaking as a private citizen in a city council meeting, presented a new reduced tax  levy.This after huge cuts to Josephin ...

22 June 2012

UPDATE: Sandusky's Son Claims Abuse From Father

Posted in U.S. & World News

Jurors will continue deciding the fate of a former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky Friday morning.Jurors will resume deliberations this morning after working late into  Thursday ...

22 June 2012

City Council Approves Delta Waters Road Project

Posted in Local

After 16 years of planning, the Medford City Council has approved a plan to fix the intersection of Springbrook and Delta Waters Roads. The new plan will realign Springbrook where it crosses with De ...

22 June 2012

Oregon Attorney General Faces Lawsuit

Posted in Local

Oregon Attorney General John Kroger, a former top lieutenant, as well as the Oregon Department of Justice are facing a lawsuit this morning.  Former Energy Department Interim Director Mark Long cla ...

22 June 2012

ALL NEW: Millons Of Dollars Of Insurance Rebates

Posted in Local

The Federal Health and Human Services Department announced three insurance companies will provide more than 4 million dollars in rebates, thanks to a health reform law that is awaiting a Supreme Cou ...

22 June 2012

Wells Fargo Donates To Rogue Valley Habitat For Humanity

Posted in Local

The Rogue Valley branch of Habitat for Humanity received a $45,000 donation from Wells Fargo. The nation wide bank donated to the non-profit organization to help build a total of three homes in Medf ...

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

Posted in Local

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 ...