• LOCAL NEWS

    D.A. Bomber Sentenced for Burglaries

    D.A. Bomber Sentenced for Burglaries

    August 21, 2014

    The man convicted in federal court of setting a bomb at the Jackson County District Attorney's Office will also spend time behind bars for a series of burglaries. Alan McVay pleaded guilty in Jackson County Court to four counts of burglary and a charge of being a felon in possession of a firearm.

    Bad Checks Costing Local Businesses

    Bad Checks Costing Local Businesses

    August 21, 2014

    Police in Rogue River are looking for a man who used some bad checks to con local businesses out of thousands of dollars. Roy Lee Jones Jr. is accused of passing $3,000 worth of bad checks to several Rogue River businesses in the past three weeks.

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  • REGIONAL NEWS

    Democrats Weigh in on Issues

    Democrats Weigh in on Issues

    August 21, 2014

    The November ballot may be a few months away but the Democratic party of Oregon is already showing which issues it favors.

    Stranded Tanker Now Being Towed

    Stranded Tanker Now Being Towed

    August 21, 2014

    A chemical tanker, stranded just off the Oregon coast, is now being towed to San Francisco for repairs. The tanker has been stranded since this past weekend when a fire broke out on board. That fire killed one crew member and endangered 20 others. Now a tugboat from Washington State has begun moving

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  • NATIONAL NEWS

    Doctor Who Contracted Ebola Sent Home

    Doctor Who Contracted Ebola Sent Home

    August 21, 2014

    One of the American doctors who contracted Ebola, and was once feared to be near death, is calling today "a miraculous" one. That's because he was sent home from the hospital this morning after nearly three weeks of intense treatment. Dr. Kent Brantley and Nancy Writebol were working in Africa when

    Jodi Arias Trial Delayed

    Jodi Arias Trial Delayed

    August 21, 2014

    Yreka native, and convicted killer, Jodi Arias has been granted a delay in penalty phase of her trial. The jury selection for the case was originally scheduled for September eighth, but will now be moved back until the 29th. Arias filed a motion last week to have the start delayed after she expresse


  • SPORTS

    Crater Coaches Take Ice Bucket Challenge

    Crater Coaches Take Ice Bucket Challenge

    August 18, 2014

    For the past few weeks, people across the country have been taking the Ice Bucket Challenge to raise money and awareness for ALS, or Lou Gehrig's Disease. On Monday, Crater's football coaches did the challenge, and are asking other coaches to do the same.

    Raiders Hope for Hot Start to 2014

    Raiders Hope for Hot Start to 2014

    August 16, 2014

    The Southern Oregon Raiders kick off the 2014 on August 30th. On Saturday, SOU wrapped up its first week of practices with a scrimmage in the morning.

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  • FEATURES

    Consumer Reports: Tuna and Mercury

    Consumer Reports: Tuna and Mercury

    August 21, 2014

    For pregnant women who eat tuna, it would be wise that not all tuna is safe. This includes canned tuna and even sushi. These products contain high levels of mercury, which can damage the baby’s brain and nervous system. Many varieties have been known to contain high levels of mercury.

    In the Garden: Tomato Seeds

    In the Garden: Tomato Seeds

    August 21, 2014

    Many plant seeds can be saved by simply collecting them as they dry, but it's not always that easy. Collecting tomato seeds can take more work.

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