Trailer-park shooter sent to prison
The gunman who narrowly missed shooting another man in a trailer park was sentenced to five years prison time today by Judge Pat Wolke.
7-11 kidnapper sentenced to 118 months prison time
The man who stole a car parked in the 6th Street 7-11 parking lot in Grants Pass that contained two children in the early morning hours in May, 2013, was sentenced today by Judge Pat Wolke to 118 months in prison.
No Burning Allowed in Spite of Recent Rain
Rain across the Southwest Oregon District Wednesday brought a few puffs of smoke as some people lit burn piles, which attracted fire engines from ODF and the rural fire districts. Despite the rain, fire season regulations remain in effect and no burning is allowed in the district, which includes private lands in Jackson and Josephine counties.
Algae Bloom Advisory Lifted from Lost Creek Lake
The Oregon Health Authority has lifted a health advisory issued June 3rd for Lost Creek Lake, located 30 miles northeast of Medford on the Rogue River in Jackson County.
Consumption Advisory Issued for Some Fish in Applegate Lake
Oregon Health officials are issuing a fish consumption advisory on certain species from Applegate Lake, 30 miles southwest of Medford, due to elevated levels of mercury found in fish tissue from the lake.
Three-alarm fire levels historic building in Medford
A three-alarm fire Wednesday at 1:45 a.m. totally destroyed a historic building at 220 N. Fir St. in Medford.
Medford P.D. Attempting to I.D. Burglary Suspects
Early Monday afternoon Medford Police were dispatched to a home on Florence Avenue for a burglary report. The victim had left for work early and around noon received a call from his bank advising him of unusual activity on his account.
Red Cross Bloodmobile Accepting Donations Thursday Thru Saturday
The Red Cross Bloodmobile will be collecting blood in the Cave Junction area Thursday. It will be located at the Illinois Valley Senior Center at 520 East River Road from 1 p.m. to 5:30.
Right to Farm Laws Could Shield Pot Grows
Jackson County Commissioners have been fielding complaints about medical marijuana grows: traffic, lights and the skunk-like smell of maturing pot.
Commissioners approve 2014-15 fiscal year budget
The Josephine County Commissioners during their Weekly Business Session voted unanimously to approve the 2014-15 fiscal year budget.
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