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01 June 2013

"Great Cystic Fibrosis Walk" Steps Through Medford

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Today people hit the  pavement in Medford to help find a cure for Cystic Fibrosis. It was all part of the annual 'Great Strides Cystic Fibrosis Walk.' The event kicked off at the Bear Creek Amphith ...

31 May 2013

UPDATE: Beacon Hill Fire Now At Approx. 115 Acres

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Update (9:48am - June 1, 2013): The size of the Beacon Hill Fire has been revised to approximately 115 acres. Crews worked tirelessly overnight to put out spotfires and improve the fireline. Jones R ...

31 May 2013

Police: Drug Use Fueled East Medford Burglaries

Written by Craig Smullin, Posted in Local

Four men have been arrested for their alleged involvement in a string of East Medford burglaries this spring. Police say the 4 young men arrested are addicted to drugs... and they were trying to ste ...

31 May 2013

MADGE Searching For Suspected Drug Dealer

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Police say Alberto Castro has a current warrant for drug and felon in possession of a firearm charges.The charges stem from  a search warrant served by MADGE on Sunrise way in Central Point, where ...

30 May 2013

Police On Lookout For Stabbing Suspect

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Medford police are on the lookout for a suspect they say stabbed a man late Wednesday night. A man in his early twenties threatened another man with a knife. After the suspect left, the victim fla ...

30 May 2013

Duckworths & Bond Released From Jail

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After a week in the Jackson County Jail, Dave Bond, Lori and Lee Duckworth were released Thursday evening. NBC 5's Shari Small reports.

30 May 2013

Unnaproved GMO Wheat Found at Oregon Farm

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In the wake of an Oregon report, Japan canceled an offer to buy United State grains.The Department of Agriculture announced today: unauthorized genetically modified wheat was found on an Oregon farm ...

30 May 2013

Jackson County Libraries In Trouble Again

Written by Craig Smullin, Posted in Local

Commissioners once again have Jackson County Libraries on the chopping block... meaning more cuts could be coming... resulting in a decrease in library hours... and possible closure for some branche ...

30 May 2013

Student Loan Excuse Sends Shockwaves

Written by Lyle Ahrens, Posted in Local

A court ruling that excused a Klamath Falls man from a large portion of his student loan is sending shock waves through the higher education industry... Klamath Community College President Dr. Rober ...