Obama is indicating again he is willing to sign in laws that have not been approved. Rallies in Oregon and throughout the nation were held this weekend commemorating the Roe vs Wade supreme Court Ruling that approved abortions in the US. And its been more than a year since ground broke for the joint Youth Facility in Medford Oregon.
Medford teachers are holding a public community forum Tuesday night at the Fiesta Market in the old J.J. North's Restaurant building. The community is being invited to ask questions concerning what the Medford Edcuation Association describes as a "bargaining crisis."
The Medford School District implemented their amended final offer before Christmas break.Read More »
Four lost hikers were safely escorted down a trail late Thursday night to Multnomah Falls in the Columbia River Gorge.
The Multnomah County sheriff's office says the Portland-area woman in their 20s were unhurt and in good spirits.
They were hiking from Wahkeena Falls to Multnomah Falls Thursday when they walked down a trail that ended in a washout.Read More »
A man who confessed to killing women decades ago has been sentenced to life in an Oregon prison with no chance for parole.
Jeffrey Cutlip was sentenced Friday, three months after he pleaded guilty to the murders of Marlene Claire Carlson, Julie Marie Bennett and Nielen Doll.Read More »
State Representative Sal Esquivel of Medford says there’s still work to be done, so he will run for a sixth term representing Oregon’s 6th District this fall. The Medford native and real estate broker is a Republican who graduated from Medford high in 1966, before serving in the U.S. Army in Vietnam and later working in the wood products industry.Read More »