2015 Forecast: Salmon Fishing Looks Good Along Southern Oregon Coast

By Jim McCoy Fri 20th March NewsfishingGold Beachsalmon

Enough adult salmon are now finning off the Southern Oregon and Northern California coasts to give Brookings a good chance to repeat as Oregon's top port for boating chinook.

But the ever-changing ocean currents have to do their part.

Preseason estimates of chinook and fin-clipped coho salmon in the ocean are high enough that salmon anglers are on the cusp of seeinRead More »

Board Of Trustees Approves OSU Tuition Increase

By Jim McCoy Fri 20th March NewsOregon State Universitytuition

Oregon State University students will be paying more next school year.

The Corvallis Gazette-Times reports ( ) that the university's Board of Trustees voted for the increases Thursday.

Undergraduate tuition for an in-state student taking 15 credit hours will be $8,535 a year in 2015-16, a 7.6 percent increase, while nonresident students will payRead More »

Evening News Update

By admin Thu 19th March News
Evening Update on Greenhouse Gas Cuts, 6th Illness Confirmed, and a Stolen Truck arrest.
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Suspect Wrecks Stolen Truck Fleeing Police

By Jim McCoy Thu 19th March NewsCar ChaseNelson Cody Ray Martinez

A 19-year old Central Point man who allegedly tried to elude police in a stolen truck has been arrested. Jackson County Sheriff’s deputies tried to stop Nelson Cody Ray Martinez near the intersection of Delta Waters Road and Crater Lake Avenue in Medford for failing to maintain a lane of traffic at 10:52 p.m. Wednesday.Read More »

6th Case Of Meningococcal Disease Diagnosed

By Jim McCoy Thu 19th March NewsmeningoccemiaUniversity of Oregon

Public health officials have confirmed a sixth case in the outbreak of a contagious bacterial disease that has killed one student at the University of Oregon.

A drive to get students vaccinated is less than halfway to its goal, and public health officials issued a plea Thursday for parents to get students vaccinated during spring break next week.

A statement from the Read More »

Another Drought Declared In Klamath County

By Jim McCoy Thu 19th March NewsdroughtKlamath County

Klamath County has declared a drought for the fourth straight year.

The Herald and News newspaper ( ) reports county commissioners on Tuesday declared this year's drought qualifies as extreme, compared to just severe last year.

That means another tough water year for farmers, fish and wildlife in the Klamath Basin.

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News - Medford Shooting Probe

By admin Thu 19th March News
Police agencies in Oregon are now piecing together the details of Medford's first officer related shooting for 2015.
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Elderly Woman Attacked, Passer-by Intervenes

By Jim McCoy Thu 19th March NewsattackJames Charles Lowman

Police in Medford, Oregon, say an 85-year-old female resident of an adult foster care home was smashed in the face with a brick and choked before a passer-by intervened to help her. Police arrested a 65-year-old man who also lives at the home.

Lt. Mike Budreau says the woman was taken to a hospital with significant facial injuries.Read More »

News - Tunisian Attack

By admin Thu 19th March News
Tunisia's health minister says that the death toll in yesterdays museum attack in Tunis has risen to 23 people, including 18 foreign tourists...
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