• LOCAL NEWS

    Feds Ease Medical Marijuana Enforcement

    Feds Ease Medical Marijuana Enforcement

    December 18, 2014

    The federal government is making it easier for medical marijuana facilities to operate. The recently-passed $1.1 trillion spending bill promises no more government money will be spent on DEA raids against retail facilities that meet state law.

    Siskiyou Murderer Asking for Retrial

    Siskiyou Murderer Asking for Retrial

    December 18, 2014

    The woman convicted of killing her husband at a Siskiyou campground in November 2012, is asking for a retrial. Patricia Maccullum was found guilty of murdering Christopher Maccullum in January of 2013.

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  • REGIONAL NEWS

    U.S. Forest Service Hiring

    U.S. Forest Service Hiring

    December 18, 2014

    Starting January, the U.S. Forest Service will hire 600 people in Oregon and Washington for temporary positions, including Southern Oregon. The jobs are for various specialties ranging from fire and trial management to recreation and botany.

    California in Dire Need of Rain

    California in Dire Need of Rain

    December 18, 2014

    According to a study from NASA, California needs roughly 11 trillion gallons of rain to survive its extreme drought. That's enough water to fill 17-million Olympic swimming pools. Officials say the situation is so dire, the flooding that struck the state earlier this year barely made a dent in the

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  • NATIONAL NEWS

    Release of “The Interview” Cancelled

    Release of "The Interview" Cancelled

    December 18, 2014

    U.S. investigators have determined hackers working for North Korea are behind the cyber-attack. This comes after a decision yesterday from Sony to pull the Christmas Day release of the controversial movie, "The Interview".

    US – Cuban Relationship Change

    US - Cuban Relationship Change

    December 17, 2014

    President Obama has instructed Secretary of State John Kerry to immediately begin talks with Cuba about restarting diplomatic relations, which were severed in January 1961.


  • SPORTS

    Dodge Named NAIA Player of the Year

    Dodge Named NAIA Player of the Year

    December 18, 2014

    The SOU football team will play the Marian Knights on Friday for the NAIA National Championship. Before the big game was the NAIA Awards Banquet and as Brandon Kamerman reports, it was a night long overdue for the Raiders' Austin Dodge.

    SOU Raiders Championship Special

    SOU Raiders Championship Special

    December 18, 2014

    Our half-hour special previewing Friday's NAIA National Championship game between the SOU Raiders and the Marian Knights. We take a look at how the Raiders program has transformed in to a title contender under Craig Howard.

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  • FEATURES

    Out & About: Last Weekend Before X-Mas

    Out & About: Last Weekend Before X-Mas

    December 18, 2014

    It's the last weekend before Christmas, and there are plenty of events to enjoy with the whole family. One that's celebrating the traditional holiday sweaters of the season. This will be the second year for Medford's Ugly Sweater 5K.

    12 Scams of Xmas: Malicous Software

    12 Scams of Xmas: Malicous Software

    December 18, 2014

    Our society basically has the world at our fingertips with the amount of information we can gather and store on computers and mobile devices. It allows increases the chance for digital crooks to gain that often sensitive information or potentially completely disrupt our computers.

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