PHOENIX, Ore. — Tomorrow is the last day fire survivors can talk to FEMA representatives face-to-face in Phoenix. Fire victims can go between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. to speak with a representative at the Phoenix Civic Center. FEMA says ...

JACKSON CO., Ore.- The Jackson County Emergency Operations Center announced today that Federal Emergency Management Agency has agreed to reengage with fire survivors in face-to-face meetings to assist them through the claim process.  These meetings are designed to provide a ...

SOUTHERN OREGON — Amongst a lack of housing and housing prices increasing, Ashland State Representative Pam Marsh says tension between displaced families and others needing housing is expected. Representative Marsh says data shows the vacancy rate has plummeted below 1%. ...

PHOENIX, Ore. — A father and daughter business duo is creating ceramic bowls for Almeda Fire victims. “They’re still living it when we’ve moved on, so it’s nice to let them know we remember them,” said co-owner of Northwest Ceramics, ...

SOUTHERN Ore. —6 months after the wildfires destroyed over 2,000 homes in southern Oregon, many are still picking up the pieces. Tuesday night, wildfire survivors got the opportunity to attend a free online workshop, to assist in the process. The ...

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — A restaurant owner in Grants Pass is hoping to spread some joy for fire victims on Easter. Cynthia Hewitt, owner of Cynthia’s Home Sweet Home restaurant, says she wants to help community members affected by last ...

ROGUE Valley, Ore. —Low-income residents of southern Oregon now have a new option to turn for free, financial coaching and assistance. Non-profit, NeighborWorks Umpqua, and partners are expanding its Financial Opportunity Centers. The centers offer free one-on-one financial coaching, income ...

SISKIYOU COUNTY, Ore. —The family of a person killed and several homeowners who have lost their homes in the Slater Fire are taking action. The fire burned in Siskiyou County in September. A Sacramento law firm says it’s filed a ...

TALENT, Or.- “Remake Talent”, an organization formed just days after the Almeda fire, is working to help people who lost their homes. The non-profit is looking to low-cost, quickly-built container homes to house displaced people. Remake Talent is busy considering ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. — Monday is the deadline to apply for FEMA assistance in Jackson County. The MARC, or Multi Agency Resource Center, at Central High School in Medford, is open from 8AM to 6PM Monday through Saturday. It’s closed ...