MEDFORD, Ore. —The city of Medford has officially approved a new law that changes existing camping rules. But, the new rule has many in the community upset. The ordinance passed with a 5-1 vote by City Councilors Friday. Now, it’s ...

MEDFORD, Ore.– A local business owner is suing the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. After operating Lost Creek Lake Marina and resort for nearly 40 years, Cindy Broadwater is being told she will no longer be able to operate the public ...

WASHINGTON, D.C. (NBC) – The Supreme Court begins a new term Monday with justices set to hear a challenge to the Affordable Care Act. The eight justices will hear arguments virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Arguments for the challenge ...

WEED, Calif. — Since the 1980s, College of the Siskiyous has been able to offer about half of the necessary training needed to become a peace officer in California. The program is now becoming a full academy beginning June 4th.  It’s ...

SALEM, Ore. – A Grants Pass attorney was appointed as a Josephine County Circuit Court judge. Oregon Governor Kate Brown announced the appointment of Robert S. Bain on February 8. It’s effective immediately. Bain will take the place of retired ...

SALEM, Ore. – Oregon Governor Kate Brown has announced the appointment of Judge Adrienne Nelson to the Oregon State Supreme Court. Nelson becomes the high court’s first African American justice. She is also the second woman of color to serve ...

Salem, Ore.- Oregon Governor Kate Brown will ceremonially sign the controversial Reproductive Health Equity Act on Monday. The legislation makes Oregon the first state in the nation to legislatively mandate no-cost reproductive health care coverage. “To lead productive and thriving ...

Salem, Ore.- A bill to allow Oregon teenagers to preregister to vote is heading to the Governor’s desk. Senate Bill 802 would allow 16-year-olds to preregister to vote when they go to the DMV. Under current Oregon law, an otherwise qualified ...

Talent, Ore.- Oregon politicians and medical marijuana dispensary owners say they will fight any federal attempt to crack down on medical marijuana users. In a request to congressional leaders, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions suggested protections provided to legal medical ...

Salem, Ore. — Oregon lawmakers want to protect citizens who jump in to help kids or pets left in hot cars. House bill 2372 would extend the protection police officers currently receive to civilians. That means, if you have probable ...

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