Articles tagged with: Oregon

25 April 2014

Audit shows state struggling to shift Oregonians from welfare to employment

Written by Kassi Nelson, Posted in Local

Medford, Ore. -- According to a new report released by the Secretary of State's Office, Oregon is not doing enough to get people off welfare. The audit shows even though the economy is improving as ...

25 April 2014

I-5 construction near exit 24 to begin Sunday night

Written by Christine Pitawanich, Posted in Local

Phoenix, Ore. -- If you're planning to drive on Interstate 5 this weekend, you may want to get ready to hit the brakes on the freeway.According to the Oregon Department of Transportation, constructi ...

25 April 2014

Floyd A. Boyd Co. sells

Written by Lyle Ahrens, Posted in Local

Merrill, Ore. -- Today marks the end of an era for Klamath Basin agriculture. The Floyd A. Boyd company began selling farm machinery in Klamath County in 1940. Today marks the final day of operation ...

25 April 2014

Mountain View Paving case heads back to JaCo Hearings Officer

Posted in Local, Politics

Talent, Ore. -- The battle over a Talent asphalt plant and it's compliance to Jackson County law takes another twist. Mountain View Paving Company now has a decision to make as it looks to comply w ...

25 April 2014

Oregon Supreme Court says state can vaccinate foster kids

Written by Travis Koch, Posted in Local, Regional

Ashland, Ore. -- A ruling by Oregon's Supreme Court says any of the 8,500 children and youth in foster care can be vaccinated regardless of their choice or their biological parents religious beliefs ...

25 April 2014

Cover Oregon board votes unanimously to join federal exchange

Posted in Local, Regional

Durham, Ore. -- (KGW) Oregon became the first state in the nation to drop its problem-plagued online health exchange and link up with the federal website. Cover Oregon's board voted unanimously Frid ...

25 April 2014

FDA decides to back off on tightening brewery regulations

Posted in Local, Regional

Medford, Ore. -- Some farmers and brewers are breathing a sigh of relief after the Food and Drug Administration decided to back off on tightening regulations for left-over grain. Senator Ron Wyden s ...

25 April 2014

Grange Co-op gives away 300 tree seedlings for Arbor Day

Posted in Local

Medford, Ore. -- To celebrate Arbor Day, the Grange Co-op will give away 300 Oregon Ash Tree seedlings today. The giveaway will go from 2 to 7 p.m. at each of its locations in Medford, Ashland, Cent ...

25 April 2014

Bomb threat at OSU

Posted in Regional

Corvallis, Ore. -- Oregon State University students are back in their dorms, after they were evacuated Thursday night because of a bomb threat. Thousands of students were evacuated after the OSU Dep ...

24 April 2014

Wyoming explosion raises gas pipeline safety concerns

Written by Lyle Ahrens, Posted in Local

Malin, Ore. -- A massive explosion and fireball rocked a natural gas plant in western Wyoming Wednesday afternoon. The shock waves are having an impact on southern Klamath County...and beyond. The e ...