MEDFORD, Ore. – An incident report about the devastating 2020 wildfires in the Rogue Valley has been publicly released. On September 8 of last year, the Almeda Fire and South Obenchain Fire started less than 25 miles from each other, ...

JACKSON CO., Ore.- The Jackson County Emergency Operations Center announced today that Federal Emergency Management Agency has agreed to reengage with fire survivors in face-to-face meetings to assist them through the claim process.  These meetings are designed to provide a ...

SALEM, Ore. – Oregon lawmakers are moving forward with a bill that could help homeowners rebuild after last year’s wildfires. On May 4, 2021, the Oregon House passed House Bill 2289 which will create flexibility for those rebuilding by removing ...

MEDFORD, Ore.- Emergency sheltering assistance previously managed by the Red Cross will now be taken over by the state. Shelter and support services will now be handled by the Oregon Department of Human Services. That means fire victims should no ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – United Way of Jackson County finished up its first round of fire relief Friday. The non-profit was able to give out awards to 774 individual families. The awards totaled $1.2 million and were paid directly to Almeda ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – Dutch Bros Coffee recently donated over $250,000 to victims of the Almeda and South Obenchain Fires. Dutch Bros Jackson County and the Dutch Bros Foundation said $289,730 was given to the Phoenix-Talent Fire Relief Fund. $39,730 of ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. – The deadline has been extended for southern Oregonians seeking federal aid in the wake of the Almeda and South Obenchain Fires. The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s deadline to apply for disaster assistance was originally scheduled to ...

MEDFORD, Ore.  – Two months after Almeda and South Obenchain fires many local wildfire survivors are still in need of assistance. Several organizations began fundraising for wildfire survivors in Jackson County. While millions have been raised, some people are still ...

JACKSON COUNTY, ORE. — United Way is still accepting applications for its long-term fire relief fund. The fund hopes to focus on rebuilding the community after the fires. The application is open to everyone impacted by the Almeda and South ...

JACKSON CO., Or.- The limited housing options in the Rogue Valley have only shrunk more since the Almeda and South Obenchain fires displaced thousands in September. The housing demand is shaking up the market for both buyers and sellers. It’s ...