MEDFORD, Ore. – The first suspected case of monkeypox in Jackson County was not actually monkeypox, public health officials determined. On November 2, Jackson County Public Health reported a presumptive case of hMPXV, commonly referred to as “monkeypox,” infection in ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – As morning temperatures continue to drop in the Rogue Valley, police are giving yet another warning about leaving vehicles running and unattended as they warm up, making them easy targets for thieves. The Medford Police Department said ...

Author: KGW Staff SALEM, Ore. (KGW) — A group of Attorneys General from multiple states, including Oregon, have reached a $3.1 billion settlement with Walmart over allegations that the company contributed to the opioid addiction crisis. Oregon Attorney General Ellen ...

Author: Kale Williams (KGW) PORTLAND, Ore. (KGW) — As world leaders continue to meet at the U.N. COP 27 climate conference in Egypt, two members of Oregon’s congressional delegation, who recently returned from the meetings, said this meeting felt different than ...

MEDFORD, Ore. —A new program launching statewide next year will allow employees to take paid time off instead of protected time off. The change affects all employers regardless of size. Starting January 1st a state trust fund will be created. ...

ASHLAND, Ore. – The new general manager of the Mt. Ashland Ski Area has been revealed. On November 15, it was announced that Andrew Gast will be filling the shoes of former General Manager Hiram Towle, who recently left the ...

(KGW) With a big midterm election nearly in the rearview, KGW asked Secretary of State Shemia Fagan about the time that it’s taken to tally ballots in some counties, and her office’s work with Clackamas County after a messy May ...

GRANTS PASS, Ore. – A suspect accused of robbing a Grants Pass business is now behind bars. Police said on November 8, a man walked into the Sound Lounge restaurant and bar in Grants Pass and held the bartender at ...

SALEM, Ore. – On Monday, Oregon Governor Kate Brown issued an executive order to address the state’s rising number of pediatric RSV hospitalizations. Now, the Oregon Nurses Association is responding. RSV, also referred to as “respiratory syncytial virus,” causes cold-like ...

Author: Blair Best (KGW) PORTLAND, Ore. (KGW) — RVs, broken down cars, piles of metal and makeshift huts line one side of Northeast 33rd Drive. Dead rats are pressed into the pavement after being run over by the constant rush ...

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