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Local Agencies and Schools Sending More Donations to Residents of Weed
By Aaron Nilsson/KTVL.comJACKSON COUNTY, Ore. -- In an effort to help the residents in Weed, Southern Oregon Subaru will match dollar for dollar--up to $1,000--to buy clothing and personal items.
Other agencies and organizations are lending a hand.United Way, opened an account anyone can donate to at U.S. Bank, called "United Way- Weed." 
Hope Community Church, off of Lassen Lane in Mount Shasta, is collecting items.
Garrison's Home Furnishings on Crater Lake Highway in Central Point is also serving as a drop off point for donations.
Students of a Spanish teacher at Crater High School in Central Point said they are trying to get everyone involved, including the football team.
The students are collecting clothes, food, water and toiletries at the high school until Friday with everything heading down on Saturday.
Students said they can't imagine losing everything so suddenly and how difficult that must be, but they said they would appreciate any help from strangers if they ever needed it.

"To have someone who cares, even if they don't know me, to care enough to bring me simple like a roll of toilet paper, or a tube of toothpaste. It means a lot, especially when everything you have is gone. It's the little things that really make a difference," Junior, Daniel Butler, said.
Crater Comet students said it's wonderful seeing how much the entire community is helping people they probably don't even know.

Sept. 17 Fire Update
Happy Camp Complex Fire

HAPPY CAMP, Calif. -- Fire crews are increasing containment on the Happy Camp Complex Fires. 

It is now 60 percent contained and 114,000 acres. So far, eight structures have been damaged or destroyed. 

All mandatory and advisory evacuation notices, including closures, are lifted. 

The U.S. Forest Service says the Mann Fire from the July Complex burned into the Happy Camp Complex earlier this morning. 

July Complex Fire

KLAMATH NATIONAL FOREST -- The July Complex is still 98 percent contained and is more than 50,000 acres. 

The July Complex now only consists of the Whites Fire and the Logs Fire since the Mann Fire burned into the Happy Camp Complex earlier this morning.

790 Fire

PROSPECT, Ore. -- The 790 Fire is 90 percent contained and burning at 3,000 acres. 

All trails within the Sky Lakes Wilderness area, including the Pacific Crest Trail, are open. 

Fire crews say the fire is not growing.

Onion Mountain Fire

MERLIN, Ore. -- The Onion Mountain Fire, which ignited Sunday morning, is now burning nearly 4,000 acres and is only 5 percent contained. 

About 300 homes are under a Level 1 evacuation notice. 

Crews are working mostly on the east side of the fire today. Homes are as close as six miles away from the fire lines. 

LEVEL ONE Evacuation Advisory for the following areas: 
1. The entire Pickett Creek area, including Pickett Creek Rd, West Pickett Creek Rd and all roads off of those. Everything North of the Robertson Bridge on the West side of the Rogue River. 
2. All of the Shan Creek Rd. system from Riverbanks Rd. to the west. 
3. Riverbanks Rd. from Limpy Creek Rd. to the Robertson Bridge. 
4. All of Limpy Creek Rd. system from Riverbanks Rd. to the west. (Added today) 
5. All of Taylor Creek Rd. (FS25 Rd) road system from Galice Road, including connection to the 2509 Road that enters Hwy. 199 at the top of Hayes Hill. 

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Role of the drought in Boles Fire efforts

WEED, Calif. -- Fire crews say the current drought played a huge role in how hot the Boles Fire burned. 

It is also creating an issue in putting out the fire. Crews say they are watching how much water they are using when dousing the flames and are trying to use retardant when they can to offset water use.

Southern Oregon Subaru matching dollar-to-dollar in relief effort

MEDFORD, Ore. -- Several other agencies and organizations are helping those affected by the Boles Fire. 

Southern Oregon Subaru is collecting donations tomorrow. It says it will match dollar for dollar donations to buy clothing and personal items up to $1,000.

Star Body Works and Star 24-Hour Towing is collecting pet food, supplies, blankets and carriers through the beginning of next week. 

Garrison's Home Furnishings on Crater Lake Highway in Central Point will also serve as a drop off point for donations.

Oregon voters weigh-in on immigrant drivers license

OREGON -- For the first time in any state, Oregon voters will weigh-in on driving privileges for people living illegally in the country. 

Oregon joined seven states for a time last year giving illegal immigrants driving privileges. 

A group opposed to the privileges turned in signatures to stop the law and put Measure 88 before voters in November to void it.

UO examining rape culture on campus

EUGENE, Ore. -- The University of Oregon is examining sexual assault cases on its campus. 

University leaders held a session yesterday discussing the so-called "rape culture" on campus and ways to make the campus community safer.

A mandatory class on sexual assault was one idea brought up at the meeting. Speakers also called for men to be more involved in raising awareness about sexual assault on campus.

New complaint added to Cover Oregon lawsuit

OREGON -- A new complaint was added to the lawsuit against Cover Oregon. Oracle America amended its lawsuit against the state by adding copyright infringement to the list. 

The company accused Oregon of breaching contracts and failing to act in good faith. 

In return, the state has sued Oracle in state court, accusing the company of racketeering, fraud and false claims. 

CAL-FIRE looking for clues

WEED, Calif. -- CAL-FIRE and local agencies have been out all day looking for clues. 

CAL-FIRE is leading an investigation with the help of local agencies. There is $10,000 reward for information leading to the cause of the Boles Fire. 

Investigators are not ruling anything out. 

One thing both residents and CAL-FIRE have said is there is a talk of problems with transients near Boles Creek where the agency says the flames started. But one public information officer said, so far, there are not any leads.

Some evacuation orders still in effect for Boles Fire

WEED, Calif. -- Evacuation order are still in effect for the community of Angel Valley and Hoy Road.

One evacuation center is set up at Mt. Shasta Armory next to Mt. Shasta High School. 

Weed Union Elementary School District will be closed tomorrow. It says it hopes to open Tuesday if it has the means and resources to do so. 

Weed High School is also closed tomorrow. 

College of the Siskiyous will be open tomorrow and will resume its regular schedule.

Study: Americans endure unwanted care near death
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — An Institute of Medicine report says Americans often suffer needless discomfort and undergo unwanted and costly care as they die.

The "Dying in America" study released Wednesday was done by a panel of 21 experts. It finds that people repeatedly stress a desire to die at home, free from pain, but often the opposite happens.

The authors blame a medical system ruled by "perverse incentives" for aggressive care, inadequate physician training and too few conversations about end-of-life wishes.

They say patients' advance directives have not been particularly effective, and urge a series of conversations throughout life about what's desired in death. They say those talks should begin early, perhaps when people are teenagers.

Copyright 2014 The Associated Press.

Federal rule challenges Oregon home care system
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — State officials say a change in federal rules will likely force a major overhaul of Oregon's groundbreaking system for providing publicly funded caregivers to the elderly and disabled.

Rules adopted last year extend minimum wage and overtime requirements to 20,000 home care workers paid through the state's Medicaid program.

 That will mean a massive increase in costs unless the state curtails services for certain clients, officials say.

Gov. John Kitzhaber last month asked the U.S. Department of Labor for a delay. He says Oregon hasn't had enough time to negotiate changes to the program.

The Labor Department has not formally responded to Kitzhaber's request.

Copyright 2014 The Associated Press.

Crews battle California fire's explosive growth
WEED, Calif. (AP) — Hundreds of additional firefighters have been dispatched to a fast-growing wildfire in Northern California as crews continue to mop up another blaze that tore through a small town.

More than 2,500 firefighters were battling the blaze near the town of Pollock Pines, about 60 miles east of Sacramento, on Wednesday, up from about 1,500 the previous day. The fire grew by thousands of acres overnight and has burned through nearly 29 square miles.

It is threatening 500 homes, at least some of which are under mandatory evacuation orders, and is just 5 percent contained.

Meanwhile, further north, crews are building and strengthening containment lines around a fire that tore through the town of Weed near the Oregon border on Monday. The blaze damaged or destroyed more than 150 structures, many of them homes.

Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. 

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