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Medford's Cracker Barrel now hiring - KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2
MEDFORD, Ore. – Cracker Barrel’s new Medford location isn’t opening for a few more months, but the restaurant is hiring right now.
Klamath, Trinity benefit from fire
This Aug. 1 satellite image shows plumes of smoke from the Carr Fire west of Shasta Lake, right, Trinity Lake, upper left, and Whiskeytown Lake.AP
Karuk Tribe lauds fiber project approval
“Once Siskiyou Telephone completes their fiber project, the Karuk Tribe will be able to offer higher speeds to our subscribers,” Cutright said Tuesday. “Once the Karuk Tribe completes the Klamath River Rural Broadband Initiative, the Karuk Tribe will be able to offer higher speeds to Siskiyou Teleph
CRIMESTOPPERS: Sexual Assault Cold Case
The suspect is accused of forcibly assaulting two 17-year-old girls in Ashland with another suspect, James Ellis Chism. Chism was convicted to 18 months in person in October 2013, but this suspect has not yet been identified.
Local salmon back on the menu at festival
“We are happy to have salmon back on the menu in our homes and at the Salmon Festival,” Yurok Tribal Chairman Thomas P. O’Rourke Sr. said in a written statement. “We invite everyone to the festival, to taste the goodness of the fish and to celebrate the Klamath River.”
3 Killed in Fatal Mount Shasta Head-on Crash
MOUNT SHASTA, Calif.- Three people were killed after a fatal head-on crash in Mount Shasta Sunday afternoon.The California Highway Patrol says the driver of a pick-up truck was driving southbound when they entered a construction zone.The driver used the center median to pass slower moving traffic, t
Talent mobile home fire snuffed quickly
A fire reported at 12:07 p.m. Tuesday at 236 Talent Ave. drew crews from Jackson County Fire District 5, Medford Fire-Rescue and Ashland Fire & Rescue. They snuffed out the fire within 10 minutes and contained it to the fire’s “room of origin,” according to District 5 Deputy Chief Vince Lockett.
New wine bar opens Friday in downtown Medford
“When people think of Oregon, they think of Willamette Valley wines,” Hopkins said. “Southern Oregon doesn’t come to the forefront of their minds. My mission is to change that and create awareness.”
Local man celebrates 10 new years with heart transplant he received - KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2
CENTRAL POINT, Ore.– Ten years ago next Sunday will mark the day one local man ended his journey to get a new heart that would help him live another day. Supported by his family and friends, Eagle Point resident Erik Goble is now doing better than ever and is happy to be surrounded by his loved ones
Pepper balls pry fugitive from blackberries
“As I understand it, the report was there were three California Highway Patrol cars in pursuit of him, but I don’t know where it originated or how long they were chasing him for,” O’Meara said.
Seeking asylum, Part III: THE WAIT
Estéban, Lizet and their father, Jonathan Gonzalez, wait on the green-cushioned benches of Judge Patricia Crain’s Jackson County juvenile courtroom as other cases are heard. Seated among the neat rows, 14-year-old Estéban wears a bomber-style jacket, Jonathan a tucked-in, button-down shirt and 11-ye
Man Runs Into Burning Medford Home to Save Neighbor's Precious Items
a home isman who lives not far down the road ran into this home not once, but twice. the first time was to make sure no one was inside. the second--to grab any sort of memories he thought the family might want." this is what the house looks like now. brendan hurd did what he thought was the right th
Beloved 'castle park' comes down
After 30 years as a place for kids to climb, swing, stomp and slide, the Bear Creek Park playground was plucked from the landscape along Siskiyou Boulevard Monday morning.
A puppy named Rookie helps a burned firefighter recover
Cal Fire firefighter, Brandon Feller, who was badly burned in the Klamathon Fire is making a surprisingly fast recovery and he's doing it with the help of a new friend.
Indian killer's rashness led to his own death
The 29-year-old led a sneak attack on a Takelma Indian village and set off a revenge raid by small bands of Takelmas who moved west along the Rogue River into Josephine County, burning cabins, killing nearly 20 settlers, and igniting the Rogue River Indian War of 1855.
Explosive Greenway fire quickly snuffed
Crews and two brush rigs, an engine and a battalion chief vehicle responded to the area and accessed the bike path near the Black Bear Diner and pedestrian walkway over Barnett Road, Farber said.
Britt Orchestra cancels final performances due to smoke | KMVU Fox 26 Medford
Britt is reminding ticketholders that all orchestra members and guests will still get paid, regardless of the reasons for canceling. Therefore, Britt Fest stated, “Before you call to request a refund, please take a moment to consider turning your ticket purchase into a donation. As a non-profit orga
Power Outage Affects More Than 1700 Medford Homes and Businesses
MEDFORD, Ore. -- A power outage is affecting more than 1,700 homes and businesses in Medford.According to the Pacific Power website, crews are responding and investigating what has caused the outage. The company estimates power to be restored before 8:30 tonight.
Fires in Josephine County Grow as Winds Pick Up
MEDFORD, Ore. -- You could see a peak of blue in the sky over the Rogue Valley earlier Saturday but overall 10-year-old Georgeann Taylor said it's still a little white-ish.“Because of the smoke and stuff," said Taylor determined to celebrate her 10th birthday outside like any kid would want despite
Fish-passage "headache" awaits Bear Creek chinook
“So what’s a chinook to do?” said Pete Samarin, a fish biologist with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. “This is not good. It’s an enormous fish-passage headache. We need to do something, and we need to do it quickly because the fish are coming.”