June 2012

James Predicts There's More To Come From the Heat

By Jim McCoy Fri 22nd June SportsLeBron JamesMiami HeatNBA

His championship chase finally complete, LeBron James shared a long embrace with Kevin Durant, his workout partner last summer and his Olympic teammate in a few weeks.

     It probably wasn't the last time they will be together in the NBA Finals.
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Williams Sisters Double Up at Wimbledon

By Jim McCoy Fri 22nd June Sportstennis<Serena WilliamsVenus Williams

After a two-year hiatus, Serena and Venus Williams are bringing their sister act back at Wimbledon.
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Fireworks Going On Sale, Fire Marshal Issues Safety Reminders

By Jim McCoy Fri 22nd June Newsfire protectionfireworks safety

The Office of State Fire Marshal, Oregon fire service, natural resource agencies, Oregon fireworks wholesalers, and safety experts encourage Oregonians to "Keep it Legal and Keep it Safe" when using fireworks. The 2012 Oregon fireworks sales season opens June 23 and runs through July 6.Read More »

Klamath Man Sentenced For Burning Infant

By Jim McCoy Fri 22nd June Newschild abuseKlamath Falls news

A 29-year-old Klamath Falls man found guilty of intentionally burning an infant was sentenced Thursday to 20 years in prison. The Herald and News reportsJedadya Tamrin River Ferguson received the maximum sentence.He was convicted last month in circuit court of assault and criminal mistreatment.
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Study Predicts Rising of Sea Levels Off of West Coast

By Jim McCoy Fri 22nd June Newscoastal newsscientific forecasts

A new report is giving planners their best look yet at how melting ice sheets and warming oceans associated with climate change will raise sea levels on the West Coast.

     The report issued Friday by the National Research Council is generally consistent with earlier global projections, but trains a finer lens on California, Oregon and Washington.Read More »

Kitzhaber Weighs In On JPR Dispute

Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber has stepped into a battle over control of Jefferson Public Radio, a network of stations heard in Southern Oregon and Northern California.
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Kitzhaber Weighs In On JPR Dispute

By Jim McCoy Fri 22nd June News

Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber has stepped into a battle over control of Jefferson Public Radio, a network of stations heard in Southern Oregon and Northern California.
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Chappell Autopsy Complete, Awaiting Toxicology Report

By Jim McCoy Thu 21st June Newspolice custody deathScott Chappell

The Jackson County Sheriff’s Department says the autopsy performed on Scott Chappell, who died in police custody June 13 is now complete. The medical examiner now awaits the return of a toxicology report, which could take 6 to 10 weeks.Read More »

Rescue Training Exercises

The 6th annual California Oregon Regional Search and Rescue Summer Exercise” is underway today. It’s being hosted by the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department for the next four days. 12 agencies are participating in helicopter demonstrations, mock searches, map and compass techniques, plus more.Read More »

Civic Leaders Call For Cooling Off in JPR Dispute

Local civic leaders are calling for a cooling-off period in a dispute over control of the Jefferson Public Radio network that serves Southern Oregon and parts of Northern California. The Mail Tribune reports Thursday that Medford Mayor Gary Wheeler, Ashland Mayor John Stromberg, and others fear the showdown could spin out of control.
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