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Death Probe

By admin Wed 22nd July News
State Police in Texas have released the dashcam video of the traffic stop of an Illinois woman who was found dead in her cell three days later from what was ruled as a suicide hanging.
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Holmes Sentencing

By admin Wed 22nd July News
The penalty phase begins today in the trial of Colorado movie theater shooter James Holmes.
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News- Gov. Paul Kasich in GOP Race

By admin Wed 22nd July News
Ohio Gov. Paul Kasich is the latest entry into the 2016 GOP Presidential Race
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Evening New Update 07-21-15

By admin Tue 21st July News
Evening update on Iran Plan, Gov.John Kasich in Race, Southern Oregon Jobs and Free Fire alarms.
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There Are More Jobs In Southern Oregon, But Unemployment Still Rises

By Jim McCoy Tue 21st July News

Across southern Oregon, there was job growth in June. At the same time unemployment rates went up in Jackson, Josephine, Curry and Coos counties.

Comparing June, 2015 to June of the prior year, the numbers are substantially improved- generally in the range of 1.5 percent per county.Read More »

Sheriff's Department Warns Public About Smoking Pot At The Fair

By Jim McCoy Tue 21st July News

As the Jackson County Fair gets set to start tomorrow, the Sheriff’s Department is reminding fairgoers that even with Oregon’s new law for recreational pot use, smoking marijuana in a public place is still illegal.

Smoking pot in public is a class “B” violation with a presumptive fine of $260.

There will be designated areas at the fairgrounds for smoking tobacco.

Forestry Board Revisits Logging Rules

By Jim McCoy Tue 21st July NewsloggingOregon Board of Forestry

The Oregon Board of Forestry is considering how much to increase the number of trees that must be left standing along small and medium streams on private timberlands to shade the water and keep it cool for salmon.

Studies have shown current rules don't do enough to maintain shade along small and medium streams.

The more trees left standing, the better the chance ofRead More »

Oregon Aviation Museum To Take Ownership of "Spruce Goose"

By Jim McCoy Tue 21st July NewsEvergreen AviationSpruce Goose

Howard Hughes' Spruce Goose, a gigantic historic wooden airplane whose fate was mired in a financial dispute, will permanently stay in Oregon.

California attorney Robert E. Lyon, who represents the Aero Club of Southern California, said Tuesday his group reached an agreement with the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum.Read More »

News- Fire Alarm Alert

By admin Tue 21st July News
Free Smoke Alarms are being offered in Southern Oregon at the height of the fire season.
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News- Iran Nukes

By admin Tue 21st July News
Saying Israel is a 'cornerstone' for U.S. strategy in the Middle East according to American Defense Secretary Ash Carter.
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