Articles tagged with: Oregon

27 March 2014

New report shows more cases of child autism

Written by Kassi Nelson, Posted in Local, Regional, Health

Medford, Ore. -- New numbers from the Center for Disease Control show an increase in autism spectrum disorder in children. According to the CDC one in 68 U.S. children has autism compared to one in ...

27 March 2014

Klamath Falls woman accused of plotting to kill ex-husband

Written by Lyle Ahrens, Posted in Local

Klamath Falls, Ore. -- A Klamath Falls woman is in jail, accused of hiring a man to murder her ex-husband. 66 year old Carla Clark was arraigned Thursday on a charge of conspiracy to commit murder. ...

27 March 2014

Quakes rattle Mount Hood

Posted in Regional

(KGW)  A swarm of small earthquakes on Oregon's Mount Hood has captured the attention of state geologists and rattled the nerves of some nearby residents. Since Sunday geologists have recorded 31 t ...

27 March 2014

I-5 wrong way driver charged with DUII, Manslaughter and more

Posted in Local

Update (4/30 1:00pm): Oregon State Police has arrested Richard Webster Scott and charged him with Manslaughter in the First Degree, DUII, Recklessly Endangering Another Person, and Reckless Driv ...

26 March 2014

Man picks up hitchhiker, forces hitchhiker to drive to Klamath Falls

Posted in Local

Klamath Falls, Ore. -- A Klamath Falls man is accused of forcing a hitch-hiker to drive him to town by threatening him with a knife! 25 year-old Mark Aaron Garcia is now charged with robbery and ki ...

26 March 2014

Brookings dealing with slow-moving landslide

Posted in Local

Brookings, Ore. -- There's a slow-moving landslide on the Oregon coast, one that will cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to fix. The Brookings City Manager, Gary Milliman, says work will begin o ...

26 March 2014

Oregon on the way to gaining jobs lost in recession

Written by Kassi Nelson, Posted in Local, Economy

Medford, Ore. -- State economists are optimistic tonight that Oregon will soon reach employment levels it hasn't seen since before the recession. Regional Economist Guy Tauer said Oregon lost about ...

26 March 2014

Camp LOW Echo gets a second chance

Posted in Local, Economy

A pair of local philanthropists are taking control of an historic Southern Oregon camp. The Sid and Karen Deboer Foundation purchased Camp LOW Echo, a former Girls Scout camp at Lake of the Woods. ...

26 March 2014

Judge gives MaryJane's Attic greenlight to re-open

Written by Christine Pitawanich, Posted in Local, Politics, Health

Medford, Ore. -- On Wednesday morning Marlene Nuckols waited nervously outside a Jackson County courtroom. She owns MaryJane's Attic which sells locally-made products and MaryJane's Basement which p ...

26 March 2014

Supreme Court looks into Jacksonville protest turned violent

Written by Roma Villavicencio, Posted in Local, Politics

Jacksonville, Ore.--  Anti President George W. Bush protesters were heard by the Supreme Court Wednesday. 10 years ago Shelly Elkovich was one of hundreds protesting during president George W. Bush ...