Articles tagged with: Oregon

25 February 2014

Klamath Union High School targeted for renovation, bond measure

Written by Lyle Ahrens, Posted in Local, Politics

Klamath Falls, Ore. -- Voters in Klamath Falls could be asked in November to pay for a major renovation of Klamath Union High School. Klamath Falls City Schools Maintenance Director Wayne Huggins be ...

25 February 2014

Setting up shop, part 2

Written by Jennifer Elliott, Posted in Local, Politics, Health

Medford, Ore. -- On March 3rd, medical marijuana dispensaries will begin opening in Oregon. In fact, experts predict anywhere from 250 to 400 will open their doors this year. That number is equal to ...

25 February 2014

Setting up shop: What soon to come medical marijuana dispensaries mean for you

Written by Jennifer Elliott, Posted in Local, Politics, Health

Medford, Ore. -- In just days, medical marijuana dispensaries will be legal in the state of Oregon. What exactly can people expect?    It's a rapid evolution in cannabis control. "As cannabis law ...

25 February 2014

Bound for Mexico?

Posted in Regional

Portland, Ore. -- (KGW)  An Oregon girl living in foster care could be sent to Mexico to live with her father, a convicted felon. State child welfare workers plan to send the 6-year old to live wit ...

25 February 2014

State databases back online following cyberattack

Posted in Regional, Politics, Technology

Salem, Ore. -- (OPB) Two heavily-trafficked online databases maintained by the Oregon's Secretary of State's office were brought back online over the weekend. That announcement comes nearly three w ...

25 February 2014

Internal BLM memo recommends killing sick wild horses on range

Posted in Regional

(OPB) An internal memo has surfaced that shows the U.S. government’s wild horse program is in dire financial trouble. It also calls for “drastic changes” including the possibility of killing s ...

25 February 2014

Local business is first to accept Bitcoin in Southern Oregon

Posted in Local, Economy, Technology

Jacksonville, Ore. -- A Jacksonville coffee shop is the first Café in Oregon to accept the form of currency known as Bitcoins. Stim Coffee officially started accepting the digital money over the w ...

25 February 2014

Obama backs proposal to reform federal wildfire policies

Posted in Local, Regional, Politics

President Obama is endorsing two Oregon Senators' plan to reform federal wildfire policy. The new policy would fund major wildfires the same way as other natural disasters while freeing up money to ...

24 February 2014

Developmentally disabled teen has been found

Posted in Local

FOUND: 15 year-old Kathileen Morales has been found. She was found by a family member walking on Happy Valley Drive, near Albion Lane in Medford. Medford, Ore. -- The Medford Police department is ...

24 February 2014

New vaccination requirements begin March 1st

Posted in Local, Regional, Health

Medford, Ore.-- A new law will go into effect Saturday, March 1st, which will require families who want to be exempt from vaccine shots to take extra steps. Currently, Oregon families can just o ...