Medford, Ore. – A Cave Junction man accused of threatening YouTube employees was back in court this afternoon. William Douglas was arrested by F.B.I agents in September. According to court documents, Douglas used an online alias to send tweets which ...

Medford, Ore. – Donald Biggs was sentenced to 188 months in federal prison, more than 15 years, after pleading guilty to one count of ‘transport with the intent to commit criminal sexual activity with a minor.’ Court adjourned early Wednesday ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – A former youth pastor who pleaded guilty to a sex crime against a minor was attacked in court by the father of one of his victims. Earlier this year, Donald Biggs pleaded guilty to one count of ...

Medford, Ore.- A man who robbed three Medford banks over the course of a year will spend more than 16 years in federal prison. Jeffrey Edward Ownby, 30, was sentenced Thursday for committing three armed bank robberies using a sawed-off ...

Medford, Ore.- A Klamath Falls man who admitted to threatening his neighbors because of their Vietnamese heritage was sentenced Friday in Federal Court. Jon Vangastel entered a guilty plea in May. Friday, a judge sentenced him to five years probation. ...

Portland, Ore. — An Oregon State Police lab worker pleaded guilty to stealing drugs from OSP crime labs. Nika Larsen pleaded guilty in a Portland federal court Monday to stealing more than 700 pills that were being used as evidence ...

Medford, Ore. — A Grants Pass gun dealer is found guilty of selling guns to someone who wasn’t allowed to have them. According to court documents, in 2012, Wilson Clow Jr. sold several high-caliber handguns to an individual he knew was ...

Medford, Ore. — The Medford man accused of threatening the President is pleading not guilty to the charges against him. John Martin Roos appeared in federal court Wednesday afternoon. He’s facing 10 federal charges including 8 counts of threats against the ...

Medford, Ore. — Dozens turned out to celebrate the centennial of the James A. Redden federal courthouse in Medford Thursday. The 100 year old building was formerly the U.S. Post Office and courthouse. It’s the earliest remaining federal courthouse. Organizers of ...

Medford, Ore. — A Medford man accused of making a homemade bomb, and threatening President Obama online appeared before a judge for the first time on Monday. The suspect, John Martin Roos, 61, said nothing, as the judge explained the ...

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