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News - Columbia River Bridg

By admin Tue 14th January News
A Year after they authorized $450 Million to replace the Columbia River Bridge, the Oregon Legislators are nearing a decision about whether to do so again.
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Morning News Update

By admin Tue 14th January News
An Update on a Theater Shooting, Ariel Sharon Funeral, Medford Teacher Negotiations, Columbia River Bridge Discussions.
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News - Sharon Funeral

By admin Tue 14th January News
Vice President Biden was on hand to lend his comments during yesterday's funeral of Former Israeli Leader Ariel Sharon.
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News - Teacher Negotiations

By admin Tue 14th January News
It's Been 11-months and counting and now its' back to the bargaining table for the Medford School District.
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News - Theater Shooting

By admin Tue 14th January News
Authorities say an argument over texting in a Florida Movie Theater ended with fatal shooting.
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Evening News Update

By admin Mon 13th January News
An Evening Update on West Virginia, A New Jersey Probe, and Teacher Negotiations in Medford.
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Woman Assaulted, Locked In Garage, Escapes

By Jim McCoy Mon 13th January NewsassaultJames Patterson II
Police say a woman was raped by her boyfriend and locked in his garage, but managed to escape by prying off slats covering a broken window. Medford police said Monday that 38-year-old James Calvin Patterson was held on $3 million bail on charges including rape, sodomy and kidnapping. Patterson was arrested Friday after the woman escaped and found refuge with a neighbor, who callRead More »

Icy Southern Oregon Roads Scene To Accidents

By Jim McCoy Mon 13th January Newsicy roadsweather
Cold, wet weather has had an impact on driving conditions in southern Oregon. The state Department of Transportation reports three vehicle crashes just south of Ashland on Interstate 5 this (monday) morning. A southbound truck slid off the road and crashed with two other accidents involving cars northbound that also hit icy patches. No injuries were reported in any of the three accidents.

Two New Amtrak Trains In Oregon

By Jim McCoy Mon 13th January NewsAmtrak
Two new Amtrak trains the state of Oregon bought for more than $38 million with federal stimulus money have begun running between Eugene and Vancouver, British Columbia. The Albany Democrat-Herald (http://bit.ly/1lVoRzZ ) reports they are named for two prominent peaks in the Cascade Range, Mounts Jefferson and Bachelor. Each train seats 286 passengers and has catering facilities,Read More »

Oregon Hospitals Gearing Up For More Patients

By Jim McCoy Mon 13th January NewshospitalsObamacare
Oregon hospitals are gearing up to treat more patients as a result of Obamacare. A new report out indicates around 170,000 more people in the state have health care insurance.Read More »

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