Medford, Ore.– One year after suffering a devastating knee injury, Southern Oregon’s only Olympian in 2018 is among the world’s best. Laurenne Ross graduated from Klamath Union High School in 2006. Despite shredding her knee last year, Ross finished 15th ...

Medford, Ore. — A Medford man is in South Korea, helping NBC cover the 2018 Winter Olympics. Shane Bishop has been a producer with Dateline NBC for 24 years, but jumped at the opportunity to take a break from the ...

Medford, Ore. — A Medford man is in South Korea, helping NBC cover the 2018 Winter Olympics. Shane Bishop has been a producer with Dateline NBC for 24 years, but he’s taking a break on the show to work in ...

Los Angeles (NBCNC) – The Olympic Games are coming back to Los Angeles. L.A. has reached a deal with the International Olympic Committee to host the 2028 Summer Games. It came down to L.A. or Paris, so Monday’s agreement paves ...

NBC is changing the way viewers across the country will watch the 2018 winter Olympic Games from PyeongChang, South Korea. For the first time ever, the network will offer its Olympic coverage live across all time zones. This will be ...

Klamath Falls, Ore. – When you tune in to the Olympics on NBC in a few years, there’s a good chance you’ll be seeing a young woman from Klamath County. 12 year old Kaileigh Ranson caught the archery bug early. ...

Talent, Ore., — A Talent man made a lucky find at Goodwill. Trevor Mills is a picker and reseller, he says he spends a lot of time at Goodwills’ and other second hand stores looking for unique items he can ...

Rio De Janeiro, Brazil (CNN) — It’s a soup kitchen serving Rio’s castaways with some of the biggest names in the culinary world stirring the pot — and that’s just the way Michelen-Starred chef Massimo Bottura wants it. “The second ...

Rio De Janeiro, Brazil — In a dazzling display of his all-around athleticism, Ashton Eaton from Bend, Oregon, ran faster, jumped higher, and threw farther than his decathlon rivals to become one of the few men in Olympic history to ...

https://youtu.be/3c3HlYXAeIQ Medford, Ore., — It’s an ancient Chinese pain reliever that’s gaining a lot of popularity thanks to the Olympics…and USA swimmer Michael Phelps. “It’s a way to help with pain relief, it helps promotes blood circulation, and it’s really ...

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