News - Oregon Elections

By admin Tue 8th April News
This years primary ballot in Southern Oregon could be the largest one ever to fill your Mailbox.
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Morning News Update

By admin Tue 8th April News
Update this Mornig on the Oregon Elections, Glabal Economy, Israeli court ruling, and an Adolescent Sexuality Conference.
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Josephine County Considering Volunteer CSI

By Jim McCoy Tue 8th April NewsJosephine Countyvolunteer investigators
As Josephine County struggles to keep up with the law enforcement needs of the community, they have put the call out for volunteers to help with criminal investigations.Read More »

Geologists Studying Wave Of Mt. Hood Tremors

By Jim McCoy Tue 8th April NewsearthquakesMt. Hood
A series of tremors near Mount Hood has intrigued scientists, who note that the quakes are taking place alongside a recently-discovered fault. KGW-TV reports ( a swarm of small earthquakes on Mount Hood has captured the attention of state geologists and rattled the nerves of some nearby residents, especially after a 3.3-magnitude quake in Sherwood on Sunday.Read More »

ODR: Nearly A Half Million Oregonians Still Haven't Filed Tax Returns

By Jim McCoy Tue 8th April NewsOregon Department of Revenuetaxes
The Oregon Department of Revenue says that about 500-thousand Oregonians haven’t filed their tax returns yet with the deadline- just a little over a week away. The ODR says about one million returns have been processed already. Policy and Systems Manager Megan Denison says an overwhelming number of Oregonians are opting to file electronically, about 92 percent.Read More »

Evening News Update

By admin Mon 7th April News
Update this evening on Child Abduction Training, Black Boxes possibly found, Mud Slide Deaths, and a Grants Pass Fire.
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Redwood Ave. Fire In Grants Pass Appears Suspicious

By Jim McCoy Mon 7th April Newssuspicious fire
A fire that broke out at 8:15 p.m. Sunday night at a residence at 4709 Redwood Avenue in Grants Pass is being looked at as suspicious. The property- owned by Alvie Crisp- was in the early stages of development to put a new home on it. The old 1,400 square foot structure was scheduled to be torn down after a DEQ permit had been issued for a new septic system.Read More »

Homeowners Encouraged To Beware Of Home Repair Scams

By Jim McCoy Mon 7th April Newshome repairsscams
An Estacada couple recently received an offer they couldn't refuse - a promise to pave their entire driveway for $1,500. The $1,500 was the most homeowner Fern Mathews said they could afford. That wasn't a problem for the workers who showed up at their house. We'll work with you, one of them said. In fact, he had an extra truckload of material so he could give the Mathews a good price.Read More »

Oregon Gas Prices Inch Upward

By Jim McCoy Mon 7th April NewsAAAgas prices
The AAA auto club reports the average price of a gallon of gasoline in Oregon is $3.69. That's up 3 cents in a week and 18 cents in a month, but a penny lower than a year ago in the state.Read More »

Mild Earthquake Felt Near Portland

By Jim McCoy Mon 7th April Newsearthquake
A magnitude 3.3 earthquake was felt throughout the Portland area at 8:30 p.m. Sunday, but there are no reports of injury or damage. The Pacific Northwest Seismic Network says the quake was about 12 miles deep and centered near Sherwood in Washington County, about 17 miles southwest of Portland. People who reported it on a U. S.Read More »


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