Author: Katherine Cook (KGW) PORTLAND, Ore. (KGW) — State education officials are working on a program that would eliminate Oregon’s two-week quarantine mandate for kids who may have been exposed to COVID-19 at school. “We’re hopeful that by the end ...

TALENT, Ore.- After three tested positive for Covid-19, approximately 100 Talent Middle School students are now having to quarantine for up to 14 days. The school year there started just a week ago today. Quarantining around 100 students is not an ...

OREGON — Alcohol sales are up in the month of March, according to preliminary reports from the Oregon Liquor Control Commission. Early numbers show alcohol sales last month are up 17% compared to March of 2019. Locally, Common Block Brewery says ...

WHITE CITY, Ore. — Fire District 3 has created an online schedule of events to help keep adults and kids keep entertained while they’re stuck at home. The events vary from ‘Monday Meals’ to ‘Workout Wednesdays’. The events will be ...

TRINITY COUNTY, Calif. – Trinity County, south of Mt. Shasta, is issuing new guidance for the coronavirus pandemic. In an effort to prevent unintentional spread, the Trinity County Health Department is now requiring all travelers who choose to reside in ...

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — Residents at local and regional senior living facilities have a new resource to stay connected amid their isolation. The Quarantine Connection group on Facebook is connecting five retirement facilities in Bend, Eugene, Central Point and here in ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — A local group is putting together fun activities to help entertain people during the coronavirus pandemic. The Rushmore Society hosted a Rushmore Netflix Watch Party. The event is made possible by the google extension Netflix Party, which ...

SOLANO COUNTY, Calif. — NBC5 News told you last week about a Bandon couple who are quarantined at an air force base in California. That’s after a handful of people tested positive for coronavirus on their Grand Princess cruise. Kathleen ...

GRANTS PASS, Ore.– On Thursday, weeks before the first races of the summer, the Josephine County Fairgrounds received some shocking news – a horse that was being set up to race tested positive for Equine Infectious Anemia. An incurable disease ...