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Trail Man Being Charged With Kidnapping His Wife

By Jim McCoy Thu 16th April NewsJesse Frank Baconkidnapping

A Trail man is being held on charges that he kidnapped his wife. Wednesday at around 5:41 p.m., a 911 call came in from a woman saying that her husband was holding her against her will.Read More »

Gov. Brown Announces Woodstove Replacement Program In 2 Counties

By Jim McCoy Thu 16th April Newsair qualityGov. Kate Brown

Gov. Kate Brown announced a $1.5 million program to replace old wood stoves and fireplaces in two Oregon counties.

Residents from Klamath and Lake counties who take part in the program will get heating devices that don't burn wood, such as ductless heat pumps.Read More »

Registration Deadline Nears For May 19th Election

By Jim McCoy Thu 16th April Newselectionsvoter registration

Coming up on May 19th will be an election, giving voters around the region an opportunity to decide on such matters as school board candidates. Jackson County Clerk Chris Walker is reminding citizens that the deadline to register for this election is April 28th.

Voter registration cards can be submitted online at www.oregon votes.gov.Read More »

Mining Claim Holder Asks For Calm

One of the claimholders of a southwestern Oregon gold mine has asked armed supporters to back off while he works out his differences with federal regulators.

Rick Barclay told the Mail Tribune newspaper (http://bit.ly/1FYNhEQ ) that he initially asked for help from constitutional activists known as the Oath Keepers because he thought the U.S.Read More »

Evening News Update

By admin Wed 15th April News
Evening News update on the Islamic Offensive, Oregon Job Recovery, and an Early Morning Accident.
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Prosecutor: "Greed" Led To Chopper Disaster

By Jim McCoy Wed 15th April NewsCarson helicopterscrash

Prosecutors have asked a federal judge to sentence the vice president of a defunct Oregon helicopter company to more than 15 years in prison for his role in a crash that killed nine people in 2008.

Prosecutors say that when the U.S.Read More »

Protestors Take Up For Miners In Dispute With BLM

Some local constitutional activists have gathered in southern Oregon to support gold miners in a dispute with the federal government.

The Grants Pass Daily Courier (http://bit.ly/1b3gC42 ) reports about a dozen people, some dressed in military gear and carrying guns, were milling about a rural property outside Grants Pass on Monday.

A sign at the end of the drivewRead More »

Stabbing Suspect Caught Near Border

By Jim McCoy Wed 15th April NewsEzequiel Enriquezstabbing

A suspect in a stabbing incident earlier this month has been arrested. Ezeqiuel Enriquez was found near the Mexico border in California.

The 40-year old had been sought by authorities for over a week. He’s accused of stabbing another man twice April 4th at the Minute Market on Stewart Avenue.

Sage Road The Scene of Rollover Crash

By Jim McCoy Wed 15th April Newsauto accident

The driver involved in an early morning rollover crash on Sage Road in Medford is hospitalized. No name has been released. The Medford Police say she is facing a DUII charge.

Her vehicle drifted over the center lane while heading south around 4 a.m., struck a fence and pole, and flipped. Two passengers escaped with minor injuries.

A Tornado In Oregon? Yes

By Jim McCoy Wed 15th April Newstornado

A Lane Community College spokeswoman says there two people in a Jeep Cherokee that was briefly lifted into the air when a small tornado touched down in a parking lot of the Eugene, Oregon, school's main campus.

College spokeswoman Joan Aschim says a campus security officer told her the Jeep landed on its tires Tuesday afternoon and the man and woman inside were unhurt.Read More »

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