• LOCAL NEWS

    Police Increasing Patrols for Tonight

    Police Increasing Patrols for Tonight

    October 31, 2014

    As Halloween party-goers are getting ready for tonight, so is local law enforcement. Medford and Ashland police departments both say they will have extra patrols out tonight looking for drinking and driving, and other criminal activity. Jackson County Sheriff's Department and Medford Police will bot

    Homeless Numbers May Not be Dwindling

    Homeless Numbers May Not be Dwindling

    October 31, 2014

    New studies from the Federal Department of Housing and Urban Development show Oregon's homeless population is dwindling. According to the department, homeless populations in the state have dropped 12% in the past year and more than 30% in the past 7 years. But housing and support agencies here say t

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  • REGIONAL NEWS

    Oregon Patient Monitored for Ebola

    Oregon Patient Monitored for Ebola

    October 31, 2014

    A woman being monitored for the Ebola virus in Oregon has been transferred to a hospital in Milwaukee, Wisconsin after developing a fever.

    Studded Tires Allowed in Oregon Tomorrow

    Studded Tires Allowed in Oregon Tomorrow

    October 31, 2014

    People are already feeling winter temperatures in some regions. Tomorrow, drivers will be allowed to drive with studded tires in Oregon. The Oregon Department of Transportation says studs are allowed from Nov. 1st through March 31st. Some transportation officials say it's best to use...

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  • NATIONAL NEWS

    Teen’s Quick Action Saves Little Boy

    Teen's Quick Action Saves Little Boy

    October 31, 2014

    Quick thinking by a Seattle teenager with a cell phone helped capture an amber alert suspect, and ensure a little boy's safety. 15 year-old Camryn Wood is being hailed a hero. Camryn and her dad were driving on the I5 in Lacey, Washington.

    Dad Makes Epic Wheelchair Costumes

    Dad Makes Epic Wheelchair Costumes

    October 31, 2014

    Many people are calling a Fort Collins man "Dad of the Year" for his very unique costume ideas. His son, 6-year-old Jake Schell has cerebral palsy and the epilepsy. When he was younger, his parents could carry him from door to door.


  • SPORTS

    Amateur Athlete: Motade Atanda

    Amateur Athlete: Motade Atanda

    October 30, 2014

    The Southern Oregon volleyball team is in first place in the Cascade Conference, ranked 11th in the NAIA. The team's confidence is sky-high, partly because of the confidence of one senior. Brandon Kamerman explains who a former DI athlete is leading the Raiders to new heights.

    Giants Take the World Series

    Giants Take the World Series

    October 30, 2014

    It wasn't a story book ending for Ashland native Jeremy Guthrie last night. After seven long games, the giants are World Series Champions. Guthrie would only last 3 1/3 innings last night taking the loss in the clinching game. But the royals had a chance in the ninth inning, with a man on third and

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  • FEATURES

    HealthWatch: Healthy Sleep Habits

    HealthWatch: Healthy Sleep Habits

    October 31, 2014

    Most Americans who spend part of the year on daylight saving time look forward to the extra hour of sleep when it's time to "fall back" to standard time.

    Consumer Reports: Top Juicers

    Consumer Reports: Top Juicers

    October 31, 2014

    You've heard it before you need at least five servings of fruits and veggies a day! Juicing offers a way to up that number. More Americans are catching on; sales of juicers are up 25 percent in the past year.

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