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Ashland juice bar offers escape from the smoke - KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2
ASHLAND, Ore. – Day after day, of smoky skies have some businesses worried about bringing customers in. But an Ashland juice bar is instead creating a haven from the smoke.
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.
SWOCC Talent Search looking for applicants
Talent Search, a Southwestern Oregon Community College (SWOCC) TRiO program, is ready to help Coos and Curry County middle and high school students make their plans for life after high school.
A new wine bar hits downtown Medford
It is called Rogue Grape and the Owner, Natasha Hopkins, says it will represent all wineries in the area.
Firefighters Prepare For Lightning Caused Wildfires
CENTRAL POINT, Ore. -- The Oregon Department of Forestry uses 26 cameras and a sophisticated model to track areas in danger of lightning caused wildfires. Overnight, the region didn't see much activity but the danger is far from over as storms head to parts of northern California and southern Oregon
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.
Ashland police reports, Aug. 10-14
Friday, 2:35 p.m. – Ashland police arrested a woman on two misdemeanor warrants at the corner of Ashland Street and Normal Avenue. She was lodged at the Jackson County Jail on charges of providing false information and resisting arrest. Friday, 5 p.m. – Ashland police cited and released a man on cri
Cracker Barrel Begins Hiring Ahead of Medford Opening
MEDFORD, Ore. — With plans in the works for opening in mid-October, Cracker Barrel says that they are looking to hire about 180 new employees for their Medford location.
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.
Three new wine labels launched
I’m continually amazed at how often I come across unfamiliar Rogue Valley wines that have me scrambling to find out the who, what, when and where of a new label. Here are three brands that had launch events over the past several weeks.
Decrease in opioid deaths in Oregon | KMVU Fox 26 Medford
ASHLAND, Ore. — Doctor Jim shames, the Jackson County Public Health officer says Oregon has made the most progress out of any other state in the nation when it comes to reducing opioid prescriptions and overdoses.
Rogue Valley Growers Market extends food benefits for its customers
After a lot of outreach to the community, many local organizations stepped up to help extend these benefits for the year. These organizations include AllCare Health, Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center, Providence Medford Medical Center, Jackson Care Connect, and Oregon State University Small Farms
Logos Public Charter School picks up construction on their new campus
Medford, Ore —After breaking ground more than a year ago, Logos Public Charter School has regained momentum on the construction site for their new campus.With eight years and counting in their current location, Logos' has outgrown their current facilities.Students have to cross busy intersections in
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
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.
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.
Man calls 911 to report shooting in White City - KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2
At around 1:30 a.m. on August 11, a man called 911 to report being shot. Jackson County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrived and found the man had suffered a minor graze wound on his torso, as well as a laceration on his arm.
Jackson Aquatic Center struggles to stay open during fire season
"We do our best to try and get the word out and try to get things to go. We don't want to cancel anything, we just want to reschedule as much as possible, but the last three weeks have been very difficult," Nyberg said.
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Rogue River Rafting Incident Claims Man's Life
GRANTS PASS, Ore. — A rafting incident on the Rogue River on Saturday has claimed the life of a 72-year-old man, according to the Josephine County Sheriff's Office (JCSO).Witnesses say that Dennis Sanders was rafting down the Rogue River along with family members when they hit a rapid called "Wooldr