ASHLAND, Ore.– Ashland’s emergency shelter at 2200 Ashland Street is officially closed. The site was purchased with state funding back in September and was operated by Opportunities for Housing Resources and Assistance or OHRA. Governor Tina Kotek’s homeless state of ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – Some cold weather making its way into the Rogue Valley Friday night (2/2/2024) and into the weekend has weather shelters opening up across different cities. The city of Ashland announced that due to cold and wet conditions, ...

ASHLAND, Ore. – A new camping ordinance went into effect in Ashland on January 17th. The law bans camping near schools and playgrounds, on walkways or near any fence, trees, buildings or vehicles. It includes exceptions for camping when there ...

MEDFORD, Ore.- January 9th marks Governor Kotek’s first year in office, and she is continuing statewide efforts toward addressing the homeless crisis by signing two executive orders. The first of those orders, EO 24-02, will maintain added capacity to the state’s ...

YREKA, Calif. – A couple who evacuated on Tuesday only found out about the Head Fire when they tried to go home, but a road closure forced them to turn around. “One of those thermal, cumulus, boils that come up,” ...

MEDFORD, Ore.– The City of Medford and Rogue Retreat had their application denied for state funding that would go towards operating multiple shelters in the city. The operations funding would allow the city and Rogue Retreat to continue to run ...

Author: Chris McGinness (KGW) PORTLAND, Ore. (KGW) — Homelessness and climate change are two of the biggest challenges facing Oregon today, and a Portland family village campus called Path Home is tackling both of them head-on. The facility is expanding ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – Construction on a new permanent urban campground site in Medford could start soon. Last June, the city bought a four-acre lot on West McAndrews Road for $1.5 million. According to Rogue Retreat, it will be used for ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – A winter storm warning is triggering the opening of severe weather shelters across the region this week. The National Weather Service said a cold front will move through southwest Oregon Monday with a possibility of snow in ...

GRANTS PASS, Ore. – Due to low temperatures in the forecast, a severe weather event shelter is scheduled to open in Grants Pass. The shelter, located at 531 Northeast F Street, will operate from January 19 through the morning of ...

Skip to content