MEDFORD, ORE. – Gov. Kate Brown’s Wildfire Economic Recovery Council held it’s the first meeting this week over Zoom. The council is made up of elected officials, community leaders, and state agencies. They are planning to address the long term ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. — Jackson County is asking residents affected by the fire to not clean up your property yourself. Burn sites could be hazardous with toxic chemicals, unstable trees and dangerous structures. With permission of the property owner, the ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. — In the nearly two weeks since Oregon was approved for help from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, almost half of the registrations in the state are from Jackson County. “Obviously that’s the worst-hit area out of ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – A new Multi-Agency Resource Center, or MARC, will open Thursday morning to locals affected by recent fires. Jackson County officials announced the creation of the new center at a press conference Wednesday. The center will be located ...

SALEM, Ore. — Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) recipients who lost food because of the wildfires may be eligible for replacement benefits. The Oregon Department of Human Services said it’s available for people who lost food due to a power ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – For fire victims who lost their loved ones cremains, a team of archaeologists and K-9s are offering to find them at no-cost. The Alta Heritage Foundation is a non-profit from the Bay Area. The all-volunteer team specializes ...

ASHLAND, Ore. — Governor Kate Brown toured the devastating aftermath of the Almeda Fire Monday. NBC5 was the only station invited, and was there as she stepped on scorched ground. After seeing the damage, she said she’s never seen anything ...

PAISLEY, Ore. — Over 400 firefighters are battling heavy winds while fighting the Brattain Fire burning southwest of Paisley. The fire is estimated at 47,243 acres and is 44% contained. It remains active on the north and southeast sides. Firefighters ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. — Level 3 “Go” orders are being downgraded in Talent and Phoenix areas to Level 1 “Be Ready,” according to Jackson County Emergency Management. Jackson County Emergency Management says to expect traffic delays and lane closures, as ...

EAGLE POINT, Ore. – Two men claim they were never warned that the South Obenchain fire was approaching their rural Eagle Point home last week. They say their homes burned to the ground. Eagle Point men, Preston Wamsley and Fred ...