Perry Atkinson Live From the NRB

By admin Fri 21st February News
Perry Atkinson gives a day one report from the NRB
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Pedestrian Hit, Killed In Grants Pass

By Jim McCoy Fri 21st February News
A 50-year old transient in grants pass died Thursday evening when he was hit by a pickup truck. Danny Gerald Berg was crossing the Grants Pass Parkway near Terry Lane at around 7:14 p.m., when he was hit by a Dodge Dakota driven by 67-year old Alan D. Taylor. Emergency responders treated Berg and transported him to the hospital where he died. No charges are being filed at this time.Read More »

Tribal Shooting Suspect In Northern California Shot Three Relatives

Police say a woman who opened fire at the headquarters of a Northern California Indian tribe shot and killed her brother, nephew and niece.Read More »

Klamath County Couple Charged In Death of Child

A Klamath County couple have been charged with manslaughter in the death of one of their 18-month-old twins. The Herald and News reported Friday ( the two are also charged with criminal mistreatment and child neglect. Authorities say their five children were locked in their rooms 14 hours a day, from 5 p.m.Read More »

Drug Runner Caught With Over 100 lbs. Of Pot

By Jim McCoy Fri 21st February Newsmarijuana arrest
A Portland man was caught carrying 117 pounds of marijuana in his SUV yesterday. At approximately 12:51 p.m., an Oregon state trooper stopped 31-year old Paul William Houfek traveling along Highway 140 near milepost 95 for a speed violation. A drug detection dog found the pot inside a locked gun safe in 94 individually sealed packages. The marijuana was valued at $290,000.Read More »

Evening News Update

By admin Thu 20th February News
Update on the violence in Kiev, the Medford and Portland Teachers, and Oregon's Gay Marriage Policy
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Medford School Schedule May Change, Students Stage Walkout

By Jim McCoy Thu 20th February Newscontract talksMedford School Districtstrike
The Medford School District may have to adjust the school calendar if a teachers strike continues after this week. Secondary education director Todd Bloomquist also told the Mail Tribune ( ) the district may have to reevaluate high school graduations dates set for June. Teachers went on strike Feb. 6, and classes resumed Feb.Read More »

Medford Homeowner Catches Burglary Suspect In The Act

By Jim McCoy Thu 20th February NewsAnthony MathisBurglary
A burglary suspect was caught this morning breaking into a pick-up truck by a homeowner on Berkeley Way. At 7:30 a.m., Medford Police say they got a call that a burglar had been detained. 19-year old Anthony Mathis used a rock to break a pick-up windowon Lenora Drive, when the noise alerted the victim to what was happening.Read More »

Oregon's AG Won't Defend State's Gay Marriage Ban

By Jim McCoy Thu 20th February Newsgay marriageOregon law
Oregon's attorney general will not defend the state's ban on gay marriage, arguing it cannot withstand a federal constitutional challenge. Ellen Rosenblum joins fellow Democratic attorneys general in at least five other states who have pledged not to defend state bans on gay marriage.Read More »

BREAKING NEWS: Missing Medford Boy Found

By Jim McCoy Thu 20th February Newsmissing boyNicolas Ian Cain
A 15-year old Medford boy reported as missing this morning has been found and is in good health. Nicolas Ian Cain- who was last seen at 10 p.m. last night- was reported missing just after midnight after the boy’s father went to check on him in his room, and he wasn’t there.Read More »


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