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Police Looking For Mexican Market Robber

By Jim McCoy Wed 11th February NewsCreasions La Munecarobbery
The Medford Police are looking for a Hispanic male in his 30s or 40s, about 5-feet-5 inches tall in height, with a heavy build. That’s the description of the suspect in the strong-armed robbery of Creasions La Muneca on West Main Street in Medford, Tuesday at just after 3 p.m. As he demanded cash from the store clerk, the suspect splashed a substance on her that smelled like lighter fluid.Read More »

News - Dutch Luv Day

By admin Wed 11th February News
It may not be the only gift to give that special someone, but on Valentine's Day you'll be able to get a free cup of coffee.
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News - Kayla Mueller Death

By admin Wed 11th February News
The White House Says the US Intelligence has authenticated a message Kayla Muellers parents received from the Islamic State.
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Testing Underway for Early Earthquake Detection System

By Jim McCoy Wed 11th February Newsearthquakes
The Pacific Northwest Seismic Network is starting to test an earthquake early warning system. Director John Vidale at the University of Washington says it might provide an alert of less than a minute.Read More »

Alert Citizen Helps Police Catch Robbery Suspect In Grants Pass

By Jim McCoy Tue 10th February NewsJoe OrtizrobberyTown an Country Market
An alert citizen who noticed suspicious behavior by a robbery suspect helped bring about that suspect’s arrest. At 10:31 p.m. last night, a witness noticed a man pulling a ski mask over his face at the Squeeky Clean car wash and then drive across Williams Highway to the Town and Country market.Read More »

Phoenix Home Fire Results In Explosion

By Jim McCoy Tue 10th February Newsfire
Investigators are at work trying to determine what started a fire at a home in Phoenix early this morning. Jackson County Fire District 5 got the call at 4:53 a.m. from the residents of the home in the 200 block of Twin Circle after they safely escaped. The fire started in the upstairs bedroom of the town house. During the course of the fire, an oxygen tank exploded.Read More »

Oregon School Leaders Seek Delay In Ratings Based On New Tests

By Jim McCoy Tue 10th February NewsEducationSmarter Balanced Tests
Oregon education officials favor a one-year delay in ranking Oregon schools based on new, tougher tests. The Oregonian (http://bit.ly/1uAEcgG) reports the tests are called Smarter Balanced, and they're considered more demanding than the tests the state has been using. They're based on rigorous academic standards called the Common Core, which most states, including Oregon, have aRead More »

Independent Party Now Considered "Major Party" In Oregon

By Jim McCoy Tue 10th February News
Secretary of State Kate Brown has formally designated the Independent Party of Oregon as a major political party. The designation announced Monday allows the Independent Party to participate in primary elections. Party officials said last week that their ranks reached five percent of the total voters registered for the November election.Read More »

News - Guantanamo Bay Prison

By admin Tue 10th February News
The Controversy over the Guantanamo Bay Military Prison can be expected to ramp up in the New Congress
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