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Rogue Valley News, Friday 1/27 – Grants Pass Police Focused on Search for Dangerous Attempted Murder Suspect, Suspects in Cave Junction Bank Robbery Arrested

The latest news stories of interest in the Rogue Valley and around the state of Oregon from the digital home of Southern Oregon, Wynne Broadcasting’s Grants Pass Police Focused on Search for Dangerous Attempted Murder Suspect. BREAKING Thursday Night: Police Are Tracking Attempted Murder Suspect, Found Car —...

Jury: $1m To Oregon Woman Told ‘I Don’t Serve Black People’

A gas station worker’s remark of “I don’t serve Black people” resulted in a $1 million verdict for an African-American lady in Oregon. This Thursday, a Multnomah County jury awarded $550,000 in punitive damages to a 63-year-old Portland woman named Rose Wakefield. Jury: $1m To Oregon...

Furry Friends: 16 – count ’em! – puppies await loving homes at BrightSide

The plural in the name of our 'Furry Friends' segment was never more fitting than this Friday, as Redmond's BrightSide Animal Center has 16 puppies waiting for new, loving homes. They're all about 3-4 months old, vaccinated and spayed or neutered. Also, please be aware the facility is closed for renovations, but will be back to normal schedule by the first week of February.


GOOD FRIDAY MORNING, EVERYONE... The first evidence of the advancing storm will be an increased cloud cover and gusty winds through the afternoon. Highs will be in the upper 30's to mid 40's and NW winds at 10-20 mph will gust as high as 30 mph. Cooling temperatures will also be evidence of the advancing system. Tonight's lows will be in the low to mid 20's under thickening clouds. Winds turn southerly at 5-10 mph.

Oregon mayors, city officials lobby for more money for homelessness

Hundreds of mayors, city councilors and city employees from around Oregon descended on Salem on Wednesday to lobby lawmakers for hundreds of millions of dollars for homelessness and housing shortages. Local leaders are pushing a proposal from the Oregon Mayors Association for nearly $125 million in annual funding for cities...

Public meeting for sport Pacific halibut anglers Feb. 7

NEWPORT, Ore – Oregon’s Pacific halibut quota and season for recreational anglers is being discussed at a Feb. 7 public meeting in Newport. The meeting runs 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. with in-person and virtual options. ODFW hosts these yearly meetings to review the International Pacific Halibut...

Tina Kotek Is Blowing Your Money Right Out Of The Gate

Oregon Governor Tina Kotek plans to flush a lot of your money into the Homeless Industrial Complex. You know: organizations that don’t actually solve the problem of people sleeping on the streets, but they know there’s a lot of money to be made. Last year, Multnomah county and...

WA lawmakers debating ways to address surging traffic fatalities

If you have spent any time behind the wheel since the pandemic began, you've surely noticed people driving more aggressively and way too fast. That correlates with a rise in traffic fatalities that last year reached levels not seen since the 1990s in Washington state and Oregon. State lawmakers in...

Record Graduation Rate: Oregon, Lincoln County schools see improvements

The statewide graduation rate for the class of 2022 is 81.3 percent, marking gains for every student group compared to the previous year and the second highest graduation rate ever recorded in Oregon, according to data released today by the Oregon Department of Education (ODE). After a slight drop due to the impacts of the global COVID-19 pandemic, the 2022 graduation rates are a positive sign that Oregon’s students and school systems are continuing to recover, according to ODE Director Colt Gill. ...

First Taste Oregon brings the best of the state under one roof

SALEM, Ore. (KPTV) – First Taste Oregon brings together the best of the state’s food, wine, arts and all in one place! FOX12′s Ayo Elise talked with one of the organizers behind the event to learn about what foodies and wine lovers alike can expect at the festival.

Hundreds of Thousands of Oregonians Face Drastic Food Budget Cut

In just over a month, federal assistance will be nearly cut in half, prompting the Oregon Food Bank to stock up. Oregon food banks are bracing for an uptick in demand in March when hundreds of thousands of state residents will face a drastic cut in their food budget. More...