• LOCAL NEWS

    Deadly Crash Injures Local Family

    Deadly Crash Injures Local Family

    February 27, 2015

    A Pleasant Hill man is dead following a head-on crash on Highway 58 that also injured family from Klamath County

    School Changes Policy After Viral Story

    School Changes Policy After Viral Story

    February 26, 2015

    An image of a 6-year-old boy sitting behind a partition started a debate on social media and caused parents to ask questions about what is appropriate discipline for a first grader. Superintendent Higgins says the point of any protocol is to get the child caught up on missed schoolwork.

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  • REGIONAL NEWS

    OSU “Library Girl” Arraigned

    OSU “Library Girl” Arraigned

    February 27, 2015

    Kendra Sunderland, known worldwide as “Library Girl,” was arraigned at the Benton County Courthouse on Thursday, after state police say she filmed a pornographic video in the Oregon State University Valley Library.

    Vaccine Progress on U of O Campus

    Vaccine Progress on U of O Campus

    February 26, 2015

    The University of Oregon is making progress as it tries to vaccinate thousands of students against a potentially deadly bacteria. So far, a tenth of students have been vaccinated against meningococcemia ahead of next week’s mass clinics.

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  • NATIONAL NEWS

    “Jihadi John” and Young ISIS Recruits

    "Jihadi John" and Young ISIS Recruits

    February 27, 2015

    The identity of the man in the beheading videos distributed by ISIS has been revealed. He is a 26-year old, college educated man from West London that has become widely k

    DHS Funding Expires At Midnight

    DHS Funding Expires At Midnight

    February 27, 2015

    Time is running out to make a decision on funding the Department of Homeland Security. Funding will expire midnight on Friday. Congressional Republicans want to tie t


  • SPORTS

    Amateur Athlete: OSF

    Amateur Athlete: OSF

    February 26, 2015

    Sports and theater can seem like two different worlds that rarely intersect, but the physical demands at a theater company like the Oregon Shakespeare Festival are intense. To continue our look Behind the Curtain, NewsWatch 12's Brandon Kamerman highlights the athletes of OSF.

    SOU Wins Double OT Thriller Over NCU

    SOU Wins Double OT Thriller Over NCU

    February 25, 2015

    The SOU men's basketball team survived a double overtime game against Northwest Christian, winning 98-92 in the opening round of the Cascade Conference Tournament. Check out the highlights and post game reaction here.

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  • FEATURES

    HealthWatch: Coffee Cure

    HealthWatch: Coffee Cure

    February 27, 2015

    Studies show coffee intake has been linked to a reduced risk of several diseases including Parkinson's and Alzheimer's. Now two new studies find drinking coffee may also protect against Multiple Sclerosis.

    MONEYWATCH: FCC adopts historic rules

    MONEYWATCH: FCC adopts historic rules

    February 26, 2015

    The FCC has passed a historic measure to more strictly regulate the Internet. The new rules, based on the principles of "net neutrality," act to provide equal opportunity for Internet speeds and access to websites.

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  • HEALTHWATCH

    HealthWatch: Coffee Cure

    HealthWatch: Coffee Cure

    February 27, 2015

    Studies show coffee intake has been linked to a reduced risk of several diseases including Parkinson's and Alzheimer's. Now two new studies find drinking coffee may also protect against Multiple Sclerosis.

    HealthWatch: Migraine Pain

    HealthWatch: Migraine Pain

    February 26, 2015

    Research says indoor cycling can help with pain associated with migraine pain but doctors caution, for some people exercise can trigger the pain.

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