22 August 2013

Timber Payments Conference

Written by Craig Smullin, Posted in Local

County Commissioners from throughout Southern Oregon holding a news conference to advocate for more logging on federal lands--something they believe will bolster the local economy... and increase pu ...

22 August 2013

79 Fewer Spots for Kids at Southern Oregon Head Start

Written by Christine Pitawanich, Posted in Local

Dozens of kids who need the most help in Southern Oregon won't get it. 79 chairs will sit empty at Southern Oregon Head Start this year. It's all happening because the federal government failed to c ...

22 August 2013

Klamath Falls

Posted in Tank Of Gas Getaway 2013

In this week's Tank of Gas Getaway we head East...so we can get in touch with the Old West.   Joe Camarlinghi takes us into the heart of Klamath Falls...starting at Favell Museum. 

21 August 2013

Ashland's Road Diet

Written by Roma Villavicencio, Posted in Local

 Ten months since Ashland's Main Street went on a diet and many Ashlanders aren't sold on going slimmer.    "I don't think the road diet works," says Adam Hogan. In October 2012 the city brought ...

21 August 2013

Prescott Park Renovations

Posted in Local

Prescott Park also known to many as Roxy Ann Peak may soon become the new home to a new 34-four-mile world class multi-purpose trail for mountain bikers, hikers and horseback riders.Medford city off ...

21 August 2013

Oregon College Readiness Marginally Better Than Nation

Written by Christine Pitawanich, Posted in Local

Students across Southern Oregon and Northern California are preparing to go back to school. But there's news tonight that doesn't look good for many high school graduates. According to the college t ...

21 August 2013

Klamath County Ranch Land Drying Up

Written by Lyle Ahrens, Posted in Local

Ranchers above Upper Klamath Lake are coping with a dry summer, and a shut-off of irrigation water... Eric Duarte is one of about 200 off-project irrigators who had their irrigation water shut off t ...

21 August 2013

New Trails Proposed For Roxy Ann

Posted in Regional

Roxy Ann Peak may become the new home of a thirty-four mile world class bike trail. Medford city officials made an $8000 investment, contracting with the International Mountain Bike Association to d ...

21 August 2013

Medford Man Receives 7.5 Years In Prison For Assault

Posted in Local

A Medford man will spend 7 and a half years in prison, after assaulting a bar employee. Frankie Parker was found guilty on first-degree robbery and strangulation, among other charges. They stem from ...

20 August 2013

Rogue Valley Schools Beef Up Security

Written by Christine Pitawanich, Posted in Local

In the wake of the gunman entering a school in Georgia and Sandy Hook tragedy that happened back in December of 2012, school safety is at the top of district officials' agendas with kids heading bac ...