JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. —Although public health says Covid cases in Jackson County have been trending down, it says we’re not making the transition to endemic just yet. The term pandemic refers to a widespread disease, that can be found everywhere. ...

SOUTHERN OREGON –  “I’m elderly, and I just… I’m going to start bringing my chair.” “I’m afraid to get my medicine because I’ll have to wait in line.” Two Klamath Falls women, Christine Reynolds, and another who wishes to remain ...

Author: Alma McCarty (KGW) PORTLAND, Ore. (KGW) — Worker shortages are impacting many industries including the mental health services field. There’s an increased demand for workers at the same time as an increased demand for these types of services, putting ...

OREGON — The Oregon Restaurant and Lodging Association says the hospitality industry needs relief now. ORLA President and CEO, Jason Brandt, says the depleted federal Restaurant Revitalization Fund needs to be replenished. He says according to recent surveys from the ...

SALEM, Ore. — The Oregon Health Authority proposed a plan to make indoor masking rules permanent. The proposed change comes as the temporary indoor masking mandate is set to expire in February. State Representatives Kim Wallan and Pam Marsh both ...

OREGON — The Oregon Health Authority says if your COVID-19 test results are taking a while, you’re not alone… our health care system is overwhelmed right now. The OHA says across the state there are health care and laboratory staffing ...

SALEM, Ore. – Oregonians who are behind on their mortgage payments are running up against the clock. Oregon House Bill 2009 established a foreclosure moratorium due to pandemic hardships after the federal moratorium ended this past summer. However, the state ...

Author: Christine Pitawanich PORTLAND, Ore. — This year more than ever, school districts across Oregon, Washington and the rest of the country are struggling to fill positions. It’s a problem across the board, from teaching positions to office staff. Frustration ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — For the first time, parents now have the option of vaccinating their children against COVID-19 at the Jackson County Expo Vaccination Site. The vaccines are available for children aged 5 to 11-years-old. “There are about 28 million ...

SALEM, Ore. — The Oregon Health Authority is developing a voluntary digital vaccine verification tool. The tool would provide Oregonians with an electronic way to share their vaccination status with businesses requiring verification. An OHA Public Information Officer tells NBC5 ...

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