MEDFORD, ORE. –The SMART Reading Program is hosting a virtual read-a-thon on Friday. It’s all part of “Oregon Reads Aloud,” a fundraiser to provide one book for each student the non-profit serves. There’s will be hundreds of readers including Dateline’s ...

ASHLAND, Ore. – Talking to your kids about coronavirus is one thing, but an Ashland doctor says it’s also important to talk to your kids about police and race relations. Dr. Douglas Col, is a psychologist he says it’s important ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — With students out of school due to the coronavirus outbreak, districts are in the midst of creating programs that facilitate learning from home. In the meantime, many parents are looking for resources to help their children keep ...

TALENT, Ore. — A Talent man and woman are accused of giving marijuana to two 13-year-old children. According to court records, Lindsey Monda smoked marijuana with her twin daughters in late December. She also allegedly sent a text message to ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — The stress of a new school year along with high temperatures this week, can wear out your kids as they head back to school. Children especially need to hydrate and drink plenty of water. If it feels ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — A non-profit in Medford called Familia Unida Bike Program is getting a new home. The program helps at-risk youth stay of the streets and out of trouble. They do this by teaching kids how to build bikes ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — A Medford babysitter was back in court Thursday, indicted on charges after police say she gave marijuana to children in her care. According to court documents, 21-year-old Haley Smith was watching eight and 10-year-old girls late last ...

YREKA, Calif. — On Monday, March 25th, Yreka Police was called to Fairchild Medical Center after a 2-month-old came in with a skull fracture and brain injury. Police said investigators soon found the girl’s twin sister also had a brain injury.  Both ...

SALEM, ORE. — Oregon lawmakers are working on a measure that would encourage schools to provide firearms safety classes for first graders. If passed, the program would be 30 minutes and held every year, lead by a law officer certified in ...

GRANTS PASS, Ore. —  “We have child exploitation pictures and videos that are created right here in this community. This is not a third world problem,” said Sgt. Colin Fagan, Computer Forensics Det. Southern Oregon High-Tech Crimes Task Force. The internet can be ...

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