Thursday’s Controlled Burns from ODF
The Oregon Department of Forestry has five controlled burns scheduled for Josephine County today.
Two Jackson County Men Jailed on Drug Charges
The Medford Area Drug and Gang Enforcement team, known as MADGE, served a search warrant at a travel trailer in the 12000 block of Blackwell Road in Central Point on Monday and arrested two men.
Central Point Man Charged with Murder for the Shooting Death of his Wife
Wade Eugene Phillips, handcuffed and clad in a protective vest, appeared in Jackson County Circuit Court via video from the county jail as he was arraigned for the murder of his wife and three counts of attempted murder.
Ashland Man Pleads Not Guilty in Stabbing Attack
Benjamin Charles Williamson, 34, pleaded not guilty yesterday in Jackson County Circuit Court appearing by video monitor from the Jackson County Jail where he is being held on charges of attempted murder, 1st degree assault, two counts of 2nd degree assault, plus 3rd and 4th degree assault.
Medford Transitional House Burns
Residents of a Medford transitional house for parolees and recovering substance abusers were awakened by a fast moving fire about 4:00 a.m. Wednesday.
Power restored to residents in the area of Agness Avenue after late night car crash
Power has been restored this morning to approximately 348 Pacific Power customers who lost power in the area of Agness Avenue Wednesday night due to a car accident.
Suspected multiple bank robber apprehended in Grants Pass
A suspected bank robber who struck four banks in Washington was arrested Wednesday afternoon in Grants Pass.
Commissioners approve lease for UAV manufacturing operation at the Illinois Valley Airport
The Josephine County Commissioners during their Weekly Business Session approved a lease for an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle operation at the Illinois Valley Airport.
Commissioners and City Council joint meeting
A joint hearing between the Grants Pass City Council and the County Commissioners took place Wednesday night to make a decision on two items.
Posted on 11/12/14 9:05PM by Kyle Dunlap
Tuesday Public Safety incidents
Officers swept downtown for transient activity in the early morning hours.
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