Watch to find out how one simple task can positively impact children’s academics and steer them away from drugs. If Not Now, When? ...

Medford, Ore. – At the brand new Rogue X facility at the Medford Major they’re doing a lot of shucking. “We deal with 35, 40 different cities across the country with these and Medford is one of the tops. I ...

GRANTS PASS, Ore. – Grants Pass is getting ready for the holidays. The annual Magical Murals are on display. Every year Grants Pass decks the halls of their downtown area to welcome in the holiday spirit. You can find 20 ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – Tomorrow is the last day of the Southern Oregon Golf Championships and marks an end to not only the tournament but also a family reunion for many. For those like the Dixon family, the SOGC is a ...

Author: Daisy Caballero (KGW) DAMASCUS, Ore. — For the last year and a half, a Damascus family has been battling with a difficult cancer diagnosis in their family. Their youngest son Wesley Strobel, who is now seven, is undergoing chemo treatment for ...

MEDFORD, Ore — On the first day of the Southern Oregon Golf Championships, a local family of four generations reunited Tuesday and are preparing to compete this week.  The championship is the largest amateur match-play golf tournament in the United ...

MEDFORD, Ore. —One of the oldest living NFL players turned 100 Thursday, right here in the Rogue Valley. Ken Casanega was the quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers back in 1946. Thursday, several generations of his family were here to ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — A Californian family has made it their goal to visit every single In-N-Out restaurant in the U.S. I managed to catch up with them at the Medford In-N-Out location. A random suggestion led the Vonderheide family on ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — It’ll be a happy holiday for thousands of southern Oregon families this year all thanks to the community. Saturday marked the last day for qualified families to turn to Toys for Tots to put presents under the ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — With the criminal case moving forward, Dennis Day’s family is still taking steps to sue the city of Phoenix. According to the tort claim filed in October, Day’s family feels Phoenix Police acted with “negligence and bad ...

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