MEDFORD, Ore. – Plans for a sculpture intended to honor Almeda Fire victims may have been put on pause after public controversy. A 20-foot tall project called “Firestorm” was supposed to be located along 5th and Riverside in downtown Medford. ...

TALENT, Ore. – The cities of Ashland and Talent are working together on a study with Portland State University. The study will analyze different ways to provide public safety to their community. This comes after issues both Ashland and Talent ...

Two families displaced by the Almeda Fire were able to begin the rebuilding process of their new homes with the help of Habitat for Humanity. For the Garcia and Diaz families, emotions ran high Saturday morning. Each family will own ...

TALENT, Ore.- A Talent couple is losing their long time home, and in turn, the city is losing a staple. Ray and Betty live in one of Talent’s oldest houses, a place they’ve been renting and calling home for 14 ...

TALENT, Ore. – Local wildfire survivors are getting the option to buy the FEMA trailer they’re currently calling home. It’s something FEMA said it’s never done before. Now NBC5 News is learning that the trailers that aren’t kept will be ...

TALENT, Ore. — Many families in the Phoenix-Talent School District said ‘Cheese!’ this afternoon at Talent Elementary School. Over 25 families were able to get family photos taken free of charge. Talent Elementary School principal, Heather Lowe, says 7 amateur ...

TALENT, Ore. — A Talent winery is getting some community support, after losing everything in the Almeda Fire. The Almeda Fire left Simple Machine Winery & Tasting Room with practically nothing. Over a year later, it’s now reopened, and Thursday ...

TALENT, Ore — Rogue Retreat along with Phoenix-Talent School District, are giving a first look at its newest RV homes for Almeda fire victims. The homes are located on the corner of Highway 99 and West Valley View road. In ...

PHOENIX, Ore. — The Phoenix-Talent School District recently received a $30,500 grant, which has already been put to use. The school district says the grant has been used to provide basic necessities (toiletries, food, shelter, water) for the community following ...

PHOENIX, Ore. – Phoenix-Talent Schools just received a significant amount of funding from the American Federation of Teachers. On Tuesday, the district announced it accepted a $30,500 AFT Innovation Fund Rapid Response Grant. The grant was made in response to ...