Oregon drug conviction heads to Oregon Supreme Court

By Steve Best Fri 23rd September News

Uncertainty still surrounds the final outcome of the case of a Medford woman whose 2007 drug conviction was overturned Wednesday.Read More »

Lindsay McPhail to dance with the local stars

By Steve Best Thu 22nd September News

The woman who shot to fame locally as a result of the recent Extreme Makeover: Home Edition TV event, will be back in the spotlight in November.

Lindsay McPhail will be one of the 12 local celebrities taking to the stage for the third annual “Dancing With The Rogue Valley Stars”.Read More »

Southern Oregon men in Molalla drugs bust

By Steve Best Thu 22nd September News

Two Southern Oregon men are lodged at Clackamas County Jail after a police traffic stop near Molalla netted around 11 pounds of marijuana.

Yesterday morning an Oregon State Police trooper stopped a Subaru hatchback on Highway 213 for an expired license plate violation.Read More »

Annual "Tip-A-Cop" event at Applebees restaurants tonight

By Steve Best Thu 22nd September News

Local law enforcement officers and police department personnel will be trading in their handcuffs and badges for aprons and menus tonight as they seek to earn tips at all Oregon Applebees restaurants.Read More »

theDove News Update - 21 September 2011

By theDove TV Wed 21st September theDove News UpdateNews
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Tonight: Medford crime level rises; Highway 238 fatality; Klamath dams.
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Economy and child abuse cases linked

By Steve Best Wed 21st September News

Health officials say a recent study says that dramatic increases in unemployment rates can be linked to an increase in instances of child abuse.

Research found a 65 percent increase in abuse cases during the recession. Each year an estimated 1200 to 1400 children in the United States are killed or injured by shaking.Read More »

Veterans' trail to be improved

By Steve Best Wed 21st September News

A near mile-long section of dirt path alongside Highway 62 used by veterans is to be widened and paved.
The path, which has been dubbed the “Ho Chi Minh Trail” by Vietnam vets at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Rehab Center in White City, is used to walk to and from the center. Read More »

Ashland electricity rate hike agreed

By Steve Best Wed 21st September News

Ashland council has voted to increase electricity rates by 4 percent effective October 20. the move comes after the Bonneville Power Administration, which wholesales electricity to the city of Ashland’s electric utility, announced its own 99.5percent rate hike.Read More »

Oregon receives grant for health rate review

By Steve Best Wed 21st September News

Federal officials have approved Oregon’s application for $4 million to continue its in-depth analyses of health insurance company rate requests, and to incorporate public hearings into its review of those requests.Read More »

Crater Lake Rim Drive to get facelift

By Steve Best Tue 20th September News

The near 30 mile rim drive around Crater Lake could be in for a facelift, along with adjacent spur roads and parking areas.

U.S. National Park Service officials say numerous cracks and ruts have appeared in the road surface and shoulders have eroded, due in part to the over 500 inches of snow the park receives annually, along with the 482,000 visitors.Read More »


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