• LOCAL NEWS

    Fire at Knife River Asphalt Plant

    Fire at Knife River Asphalt Plant

    January 29, 2015

    Multiple crews responded to an explosion and fire at the Knife River Asphalt plant in Central Point. Firefighters say the tank must have reached at least 700 degrees in order for the material inside to ignite.

    Conference Highlights So. Oregon Edge

    Conference Highlights So. Oregon Edge

    January 29, 2015

    Southern Oregon’s economy is getting a boost from a new initiative created by SOREDI. The southern Oregon Edge promotes the region as a hub for high tech development, and promotes the high tech business which already call our area home.

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  • REGIONAL NEWS

    Seattle Teacher Plans to Sue

    Seattle Teacher Plans to Sue

    January 29, 2015

    Video of a teacher getting pepper sprayed during a peaceful Martin Luther King event is now going viral. That Seattle-based teacher now say they plan to sue. The video shows the teacher walking by on his cellphone right after giving a speech during MLK Day.

    Hayes Admits Consulting Fees

    Hayes Admits Consulting Fees

    January 29, 2015

    The investigation into the Governor's fiancée continues. The EO Media Group is now reports that Cylvia Hayes was paid $118,000 over two year to work with a clean energy organization. Hayes confirmed the work in an email to the media company.

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  • NATIONAL NEWS

    Legal Marijuana In the Workplace

    Legal Marijuana In the Workplace

    January 29, 2015

    Oregon is looking for ways to regulate its soon to be legal recreational marijuana industry, and one of the issues that could come up is marijuana in the workplace. That issue is becoming a topic of conversation in Colorado, where recreational marijuana is already legal.

    Jobless Claims Fall to 15 Year Low

    Jobless Claims Fall to 15 Year Low

    January 29, 2015

    The fewest number of Americans filed for unemployment last week since the year 2000. Jobless claims fell to 265,000, marking the lowest that number's been in nearly 15 years.


  • SPORTS

    Freshman DeSaulnier Chipping in for SOU

    Freshman DeSaulnier Chipping in for SOU

    January 29, 2015

    Freshman guard Ben DeSaulnier is the fourth leading scorer on SOU, averaging 8.5 points per game. His contributions off the bench are a big reason why the Raiders are ranked 12th in NAIA DII.

    Amateur Athlete: Nevina DeLuca

    Amateur Athlete: Nevina DeLuca

    January 29, 2015

    Wrestling has been popular in Southern Oregon for years, but recently the sport has started gaining popularity with women. In fact, SOU announced the addition of a women's wrestling team earlier this month. NewsWatch 12's Brandon Kamerman shows how one girl is breaking down stereotypes in her first

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  • FEATURES

    Out & About: Paddington and Union Park.

    Out & About: Paddington and Union Park.

    January 29, 2015

    The train is pulling into Ashland for Paddington Station's celebration of everyone's favorite bear staring in his own movie. On Saturday, you can pick up a train ticket at Paddington Station's front kiosk to start the adventure from London to New York and back to Ashland.

    HealthWatch: Neuroma

    HealthWatch: Neuroma

    January 29, 2015

    A neuroma is a nerve problem in the foot. It can become pinched in a one-time situation, like wearing a pair of shoes that are too tight, or from a trauma to the foot. They can happen slowly over time from repeated use or stress.

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  • HEALTHWATCH

    HealthWatch: Neuroma

    HealthWatch: Neuroma

    January 29, 2015

    A neuroma is a nerve problem in the foot. It can become pinched in a one-time situation, like wearing a pair of shoes that are too tight, or from a trauma to the foot. They can happen slowly over time from repeated use or stress.

    HealthWatch: Mood Swings

    HealthWatch: Mood Swings

    January 28, 2015

    Doctors say there are two ways to control mood swings in people with diabetes. The first is blood sugar control. The second is getting emotional support needed.

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