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Pursuit ends with the arrest of two suspects - KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2

The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office said on October 14, a deputy saw a suspicious van parked at a church after hours. The vehicle immediately sped off when the deputy stopped. The driver, later identified as 35-year-old Christopher Michael Rock, swerved toward oncoming cars and law enforcement vehic

KOBI5.COM - 2018-10-15 18:50:55

14-year-old Ashland boy sentenced in mother's murder

Ezekiel "Zeke" Holmes, who was 12 at the time, will remain in the custody of the Oregon Youth Authority until he is 25, Judge Kelly Ravassipour ruled today in juvenile court.

ASHLAND DAILY TIDINGS - 2018-10-15 10:05:08

15-acre Fire Burns Near Cave Junction

CAVE JUNCTION, Ore. -- A 15-acre fire is burning in a remote area in Cave Junction.The Oregon Department of Forestry says no homes are threatened. Crews are having to hike in. A helicopter is also in use.The cause is under investigation.This is a developing story.

KDRV - 2018-10-14 19:03:00

Klondike Fire roars to life, threatens homes in southern Oregon

Story updated at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 15Oregon’s largest wildfire isn’t finished yet.The Klondike Fire roared to life Sunday afternoon, bringing new evacuations to the small town of Agness east of Gold Beach near the coast.The 170,000-acre fire, burning in rugged terrain around the Kalmiopsis

KGW - 2018-10-15 18:07:20

Small Schools: Eastern Oregon tops Southern Oregon in Ashland

Jason Shelley had a 95-yard kickoff return after the touchdown pass, but it was too little, too late for Southern Oregon.

WORLD LINK - 2018-10-15 13:03:00

Life expectancy varies widely by neighborhood

“That’s a very short life expectancy for people living in that area. It seems like a lot of those folks are dying prematurely of potentially preventable causes,” said Dr. Katrina Hedberg, state health officer for the Oregon Health Authority.

MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE - 2018-10-14 00:30:03

Ashland voters get $109 million question

“One thing we like to joke about on the School Board is buildings don’t heal themselves over time,” said Jim Westrick, an Ashland School Board member. “They just get worse.”

MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE - 2018-10-14 23:18:12

Arrest log for Sunday October 14, e2018

Rachel Maria Brightwell, 27, on suspicion of second-degree theft, menacing and third-degree assault.

NRTODAY.COM - 2018-10-14 12:00:00

Ashland youth expresses concern over climate change - KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2

“The goal is to do our best for climate change and by best it means we need to make a movement,” Jim Hartman, Ashland High School teacher. “We’re past the point where we can just do our own thing and try to drive less and get an electric car. We now really need to get some serious laws passed at the

KOBI5.COM - 2018-10-15 05:34:01

Robbery suspect wanted, deputies ask public to be on lookout

Deputies say that Ricardo Escobar, born in 1993, is suspected of committing a burglary and robbery at the Thunderbird Estates on Falcon Street Thursday.

KTVL

Eagle Point Haunted House gives back to local charities

“All of our profits go to local schools, sports programs mostly, but others as well," Ball said. "We also do a canned food drive for ACCESS and the Maslow Project.

KTVL - 2018-10-14 17:12:59

Thousands Lined the Streets for Annual Rogue Valley Pride Parade

ASHLAND, Ore. -- The Lotus Rising Project hosted southern Oregon’s annual Rogue Valley Pride Parade and Celebration in Ashland Saturday afternoon. Organizers said a few thousand people lined up for blocks to see the parade making 2018 the biggest celebration yet.“It's just a big part of my life and

KDRV

Act Locally: Ashland inventor harnesses solar power to run van

It all began about 10 years ago, when singer/songwriter Brett Belan felt inspired to design a guilt-free vehicle in which to lull his infant son to sleep — one that did not consume gas while driving through the streets of rural Lake County, California, north of the Bay Area and east of Mendocino. A

ASHLAND DAILY TIDINGS - 2018-10-13 20:15:40

7 arrested during latest Bear Creek Greenway sweep - KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2

Seven arrests were made. Nine citations were issued for trespassing, 25 for prohibited camping, one for open burning, and two citations for being in a park after closing time. In addition, 12 people who were on probation and/or parole were contacted.

KOBI5.COM

Ashland police reports, Oct. 10-11

Wednesday, 4:52 p.m. – Ashland police responded to a three vehicle, non-injury motor vehicle crash at the corner of Siskiyou Boulevard and Walker Avenue. One driver was cited and released for following too close.

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Drug money obtained by MPD put to use in solving crime

"When we intercept that money coming back in, oftentimes people don't claim any ownership to that because they don't want to be tied to any illegal marijuana sales," says Lt. Mike Budreau with the Medford Police Department.

KTVL

Jacksonville Historic Haunted Tours end their season

October 12 and 13 will be the last two historic haunted tours in Jacksonville. The tours are organized every year by Historic Jacksonville, a historical organization, whose mission statement is to preserve and share the history in the town of Jacksonville.

KTVL

OSF's executive director stepping down | KMVU Fox 26 Medford

Rider, who has served in her role since 2013, announced her departure as OSF is searching for someone to replace Artistic Director Bill Rauch.

FOX 26 MEDFORD

VIDEO: Pac-12 Refs Eject Oregon DL on Worst Targeting Call Ever

Death, taxes andPac-12 officials not knowing when in the actual hell targetingshould be called. After egregiously missing calls in the Washington State-USC game earlier this year, the refs appear to be making up for their mistakes in the Oregon-Washington game on Saturday. Someone, anyone, explain t

12UP.COM - 2018-10-13 20:50:39

Jessica Gomez’ party affiliation is no secret

As far as me designating Jessica my heir, that gives me way too much credit. Part of being in business, and a good leader, is that you are always looking for someone better to replace you. I was a reluctant candidate for the seat when my friend and neighbor, Sen. Alan Bates, passed away suddenly. I

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