Politics

21 May 2013

Washington Promises Relief

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Moore, Okla.

President Obama and Congressional leaders promise immediate help for Oklahoma tornado victims. Brian Mooar reports.

21 May 2013

IRS: Who Knew, And When?

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White House defends handling of IRS scandal; GOP question timing of revelation. Steve Handelsman reports.

14 May 2013

Ashland Finally Has A New Superintendent Of Schools

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The Ashland School district has a new superintendent following a 2 year long search. In a unanimous vote, the school board selected Jay Hummel, who brings to the table experience as an Assistant Sup ...

30 April 2013

Jackson County Commissioners Will Meet To Discuss Proposed Casino In Medford

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A proposed casino in Medford is back on the table, as Jackson County Commissioners continue discussions today; re-visiting the Coquille Indian Tribe's proposal. The tribe purchased Kim's restaurant ...

26 April 2013

House Passes Furlough Fix

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President Obama vows to sign bill aimed at easing flight delays triggered by sequester cuts. Brian Mooar reports.

26 April 2013

Oregon Universities May Soon Have More Program Options

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A bill aimed at bringing affordable higher education options to Oregon students has passed in the house. House bill 3341 would change the process colleges and universities go through when adding ne ...

25 April 2013

Furlough Rollback Considered

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Senate and White House explore moves to ease FAA furloughs currently slowing down air traffic. Steve Handelsman reports.

18 April 2013

"Shameful Day For Washington"

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Washington, D.C.

Supporters of new gun safety measures vow to continue their campaign. Tracie Potts reports.

17 April 2013

Moment Of Truth

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The effort to expand background checks will either move ahead or fall apart today, as the Senate takes up the bill. Tracie Potts reports.

17 April 2013

Ranchers Want To Hunt Gray Wolves In Eastern Oregon

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Eastern Oregon legislators are asking for more leverage in killing gray wolves. Currently, ranchers can get a permit to shoot a wolf if it is "caught-in-the-act" of attacking their livestock. Ranche ...