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Klamath Falls Death Considered A Homicide

By Jim McCoy Tue 20th January NewsDonald Clinton Blackhomicide
Authorities say a homicide investigation has begun into the death of a man in Klamath Falls. District Attorney Rob Patridge identified the victim as 49-year-old Donald Clinton Black. He says the killing was reported early Tuesday. Patridge says investigators hope to learn more about a white vehicle that may have left the place of the killing.

Oregon's Biggest Medical Marijuana Grow Is In Southern Oregon

By Jim McCoy Tue 20th January Newsmedical marijuana
The biggest medical marijuana grow site in Oregon doesn't even serve Oregonians. The site in the Josephine County community of Selma produces medical marijuana for 104 Oregon medical marijuana patients - all living in California. The Oregonian analysis of 2014 state medical marijuana grow site data ( shows the next-largest grow site is located in southeast PRead More »

A New Cash Crop For Oregon & Idaho?

By Jim McCoy Tue 20th January Newspumpkin seeds
Eastern Oregon and western Idaho already produce many of the nation's decorative pumpkins.Read More »

Portland Pro-Life Rally Has Punk Rock Flair

Hundreds of people attended an anti-abortion rally Sunday in Portland's Pioneer Courthouse Square. The Oregonian reports ( ) the rally organized by Oregon Right to Life reflected the city's hipster vibe, featuring a speaker with a punk rock sensibility. Bryan Kemper sported elaborate arm tattoos, ear piercings and a faded T-shirt as he addressed the crowd andRead More »

U of O Student Has Virus That Causes Meningitis

By Jim McCoy Mon 19th January Newsmeningoccemia
A University of Oregon student is in a hospital with a bacterial infection that causes meningitis. KVAL reports ( ) the woman was taken to the hospital last week with the potentially life-threatening infection in her bloodstream, meningococcemia. The University of Oregon has notified students who had a class with the woman and Lane County Public Health is aleRead More »

Large Bird Attacks Oregon Jogger, May Have Been Owl

By Jim McCoy Mon 19th January Newsowl attackRon Jaecks
An Oregon jogger thought someone knocked him in the head or he got hit by lightning or may have suffered a stroke when he felt a big blow to the head last week as he was jogging in Bush's Pasture Park. When the 58-year-old man, Ron Jaecks of Salem, was struck a second time he saw a large winged animal he thought was a massive bat. Willamette University biology Professor David CraRead More »

Oregon Man Dies Climbing Mountain In Alaska

By Jim McCoy Mon 19th January NewsDasan MarshallMt. Yukla
Alaska State Troopers say an Oregon man died while climbing Mount Yukla. Troopers say Dasan Marshall of Portland, Oregon, was climbing with a friend on Sunday when he fell about 1,000 feet. Because of the terrain in the Chugach Mountains about 6 miles from the Eagle River Nature Center, a helicopter was used to recover 24-year-old Marshall's body.Read More »

Evening News Update

By admin Fri 16th January News
Evening Update on French Support, Medford Arson, and the Jackson County Fair.
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Ashland Police Clarify Person Of Interest's Status In Grubbs Case

By Jim McCoy Fri 16th January NewsChristian DeLaurentisDavid Grubbsmurder
Police investigating the near-decapitation of an Ashland grocery clerk looked at a man later convicted of dismembering his roommate in a Portland suburb, but they don't consider him a suspect. Ashland Chief Terry Holderness told the Mail Tribune ( Christian Delaurentiis had ties to Southern Oregon and a history of knife violence. Holderness says that, like Read More »

News - Jackson County Fair Plans

By admin Fri 16th January News
Traditionally it's been difficult for Rural Oregon to turn a financial profit on Fair and Expo Events, but thats the challenge for the new fair director in Southern Oregon.
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