• LOCAL NEWS

    Halloween Craft Ideas

    Halloween Craft Ideas

    October 23, 2014

    Things are getting spooky and crafty this Halloween. Betty Rodman from Michael's Craft Store joined Newswatch 12 to explain some alternative Halloween activities, than the usual pumpkin carving.

    In The Garden: Planting for Spring Color

    In The Garden: Planting for Spring Color

    October 23, 2014

    Bulbs are easy to plant and offer surprise color in the spring. A gardener can choose which to plant by when they bloom. Depending on when you plant them, you can have color from late February through May in your garden. Choose by which may be “safest”, as in the least likely to be eaten by goph

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  • REGIONAL NEWS

    National Parks to Raise Fees

    National Parks to Raise Fees

    October 23, 2014

    Representatives at Crater Lake National Park say they are not sure if they will raise fees just yet. Before they do they say they will get some feedback from the public first. They say this will be done through social media and other similar outlets.

    Formal Kitzhaber Investigation Requested

    Formal Kitzhaber Investigation Requested

    October 23, 2014

    Lawyers for Rep. Dennis Richardson's gubernatorial campaign filed a request with the U.S. Attorney's office for a formal investigation into possible ethics violations by Governor John Kitzhaber and so-called First Lady Cylvia Hayes.

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  • NATIONAL NEWS

    Major Donations to Help Ebola Fight

    Major Donations to Help Ebola Fight

    October 24, 2014

    Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen said he is pledging $100 million dollars to battle the Ebola virus.

    NYC Doctor Tests Positive for Ebola

    NYC Doctor Tests Positive for Ebola

    October 23, 2014

    A 'Doctors Without Borders' physician in New York has tested positive for Ebola. 33-year-old Craig Spencer returned from West Africa about 10 days ago and started feeling sick Wednesday night.


  • SPORTS

    Amateur Athlete: SOUPA

    Amateur Athlete: SOUPA

    October 23, 2014

    Each week, a diverse group of Southern Oregonians meet at Fichtner Park in Medford. They come from all different backgrounds, but they all enjoy the sport of ultimate frisbee. NewsWatch 12's Brandon Kamerman shows how their passion is inspiring a new generation of players.

    Gutches Invited to NWCA All-Star Classic

    Gutches Invited to NWCA All-Star Classic

    October 21, 2014

    SOU's Brock Gutches is putting together one of the most dominant wrestling careers in NAIA history. He's a three-time national champion, with a 15-9 record against NCAA DI wrestlers. On November 1st, Gutches will get his chance to compete on one of the biggest stages in college wrestling.

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  • FEATURES

    In The Garden: Dealing with Fall Leaves

    In The Garden: Dealing with Fall Leaves

    October 23, 2014

    OSU Master Gardeners say don't burn them! You can use fall leaves in your garden for compost, mulch, or as a garden amendment; or give them to your gardening friends. You can also call your disposal company for curbside pick-up.

    In The Garden: Planting for Spring Color

    In The Garden: Planting for Spring Color

    October 23, 2014

    Bulbs are easy to plant and offer surprise color in the spring. A gardener can choose which to plant by when they bloom. Depending on when you plant them, you can have color from late February through May in your garden. Choose by which may be “safest”, as in the least likely to be eaten by goph

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