JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. – With a hot weekend in store, several cooling shelters will be available to Rogue Valley residents. The City of Medford is partnering with ACCESS and the Jackson County Library to open a shelter at the library ...

PHOENIX, Ore. – D&S Harley rose from the ashes on June 11th to celebrate its grand reopening just 20-months after its old facility burned down in the Almeda Fire. The event welcoming the dealership back to Phoenix featured live music ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. – County-owned off-trail areas along the Bear Creek Greenway will be closed to the public Wednesday until the end of fire season. County Administrator Danny Jordan said dry brush, an abundant fuel source, will create dangerous conditions ...

PHOENIX, Ore. – A locally owned Harley-Davidson dealership reopened Thursday in its original location after burning down in the Almeda Fire. D&S Harley Davidson announced on Facebook it’s back open on the 3800 block of South Pacific Highway. It was operating ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – Habitat for Humanity is closing the application window for its second round of home ownership programs for families whose homes were destroyed by the Almeda Fire. To qualify, the organization requires applicants to have the ability to ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – Late last year, it was announced that $422 million were coming to Oregon through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, also known as HUD. That money will go towards rebuilding communities after 2020’s horrific fire ...

PHOENIX, Ore. – Some local school buses were stripped of their catalytic converters over the weekend. The Phoenix-Talent School District said each bus has two to three converters. It tells us in all it lost seven converters on five buses. ...

PHOENIX, Ore. —A year and a half after the Almeda Fire, the lives of Phoenix residents are forever changed. And residents tell us they’re still dealing with the impact of September 8th, 2020, today. One thing became clear in talking ...

This story has been updated. MEDFORD, Ore. – The man who pleaded guilty to starting a fire in Phoenix that merged with the Almeda Fire was sentenced to 11 years in prison. Police say Michael Bakkela started a fire west ...

PHOENIX, Ore. – Phoenix Dutch Bros fans have a special opportunity Friday. Dutch Bros announced that proceeds from every drink sold on Friday, May 6, will go back into the community. This only applies to the Phoenix location on North ...

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