JACKSON CO., Ore.- Fall is very much in the air and the weather, and with it comes an end to the 2021 fire season in southern Oregon. Tonight, a long and stressful fire season is over in Jackson and Josephine ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore — A combination of infrared technology and night vision goggles helped Oregon Department of Forestry crews detect two new fires overnight. According to ODF, the plane detected the Skyline fire and the Horse Mountain fire. Both are ...

SOUTHERN OREGON — Thunderstorms crossing through the region are keeping fire crews busy this weekend. The Oregon Department of Forestry Southwest District says around 14 fires in its district started because of lightning Friday evening. Most areas where fires have ...

ASHLAND, Ore — The Oregon Department of Transportation is close to adding an exit ramp to prevent backups on I-5 during emergencies. The ramp, still under review, would be built off of the Mountain Avenue bridge and onto I-5. It’ll ...

OREGON- Ahead of the Fourth of July weekend, many cities in both northern California and Oregon are now banning the use of fireworks, including Portland. With record high temperatures, drought conditions, and steady winds, some people are worried about seeing ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. — It’s on pace to be one of the hottest and driest years on record, and after last year’s horrific fires, first responders want you to be informed of evacuation alerts before they come. Jackson County’s Emergency ...

ROGUE VALLEY, Ore — Local officials are looking to add about a dozen cameras in urban areas in time for potential fires this summer. The cameras will be available on the Alert Wildfire website. About five Western states, including Oregon, ...

SALEM, Ore — In an effort to improve communication in counties during serious emergencies, the state is releasing a new system this summer. “OR-Alert” can be activated by local and state emergency officials, to notify residents of a disaster and ...

KLAMATH COUNTY, Ore. — The open burning window in Klamath County closes tomorrow at noon. Klamath County Public Health says dry conditions influenced by drought, low humidity, and wind will make burning dangerous in the next several days. It says ...

ROGUE VALLEY, Ore — With hot, windy and dry conditions presenting fire danger throughout southern Oregon, the Oregon Department of Forestry is urging people to be extra cautious. “The lack of rain, the sun and windy conditions are really just ...