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Medford Police Standoff Now In 2nd Day

By Jim McCoy Tue 17th March News300 block of Argyle Courtpolice standoff

A standoff continues Tuesday in west Medford as police wait out a man reported alone in a house with mental health issues and weapons, including a hunting rifle.

Police say a relative told them the man's mental health deteriorated recently.

The Medford Mail Tribune (http://bit.ly/1HXsrTQ) reports the standoff began at a duplex in the 300 block of Argyle Court aboutRead More »

Evening News Update

By admin Mon 16th March News
Evening Update on the Durst Extradition, German-Ukraine Summit, and the Common Core Clash.
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Body Of Missing Man Found In Lake County

By Jim McCoy Mon 16th March Newsmissing personSpencer Kling Giesea

The body of a man missing more than a month in Lake County has been found.

The State Police say a couple saw one of the man's dogs on Sunday and then found the body of 44-year-old Spencer Kling Giesea.

The authorities say there's no reason to think foul play was involved in the death, but the medical examiner's office will review the case.

Giesea hadRead More »

Senior Fair Tomorrow at Medford Armory

By Jim McCoy Mon 16th March NewsaccessSenior Fair

Over 80 booths of interest to southern Oregon seniors will all be assembled in one location tomorrow at the Medford Armory tomorrow. ACCESS is holding a Senior Fair that will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Logan Bell from ACCESS says seniors will find useful information about everything from health care, to living facilities to professional service in a fun atmosphere.Read More »

Oregon GOP Debates Party's Future

Oregon Republicans are continuing a long-running debate over how the party ends its losing streak for statewide offices.

GOP activists and lawmakers met Saturday at the annual Dorchester conference in Seaside.

Some activists said the Republican Party needs a rebranding effort to show young voters how their values align with the party's.Read More »

Jackson County Residents Protest Human Waste Proposal

By Jim McCoy Mon 16th March NewsDEQhuman waste fertilizerSams Valley

A proposal to spread treated human waste as fertilizer on fields in an unincorporated rural community in Jackson County has raised a stink.

The Medford Mail Tribune reports (http://bit.ly/18MyLBf ) about 100 Sams Valley residents showed up for a public hearing held by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality on the proposal.

Most said they're worried the seRead More »

Morning News Update

By admin Mon 16th March News
Start your morning with the latest news! Iraq's interior ministry says that the military has halted operations to recapture the Islamic State-held city of Tikrit. From Oregon, as education officials look to delay a school rating system in the state for a year because of Common Core standards, the controversy continues throughout the state.Read More »
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News - Iran Nuke Negotiations

By admin Mon 16th March News
The United States and Iran are diving back into negotiations in an effort to end a decades-long standoff concerning Tehran's nuclear program.
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News - Cyclone Pam

By admin Mon 16th March News
The effect of a cyclone 'Down Under' is being assessed. Vanuatu's president says that about 90 percent of the buildings in the capital sit damaged or destroyed by Cyclone Pam. Here is Steve with the latest on this story.
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News- Common Core Clash

By admin Mon 16th March News
From Oregon, as education officials look to delay a school rating system in the state for a year because of Common Core standards, the controversy continues throughout the state.
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