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Chimney Fires Keeping Firefighters Busy
By Aaron Nilsson/KTVL.comGRANTS PASS, Ore. -- A reminder to have your chimney cleaned as the Rural/Metro Fire Department in Grants Pass responded to three chimney fires in the last two weeks.
Firefighters said they average about ten chimney fires per year, but this is the most they've seen in such a short period of time.
"It doesn't seem like a whole lot, but for our area it is quite a bit. This is the most in a time period we've had especially spreading outside the flue. A lot of times, we get there and it hasn't escaped from the flue," Lieutenant Mike Shaw with Rural/Metro, said.
Fire crews and chimney experts recommend an annual inspection and cleaning to make sure your chimney is safe.
Smokey's Stoves in Grants Pass said to schedule your inspection in the spring or summer, so you don't have to wait into the colder winter months to use your fireplace.

Another One Rides the Bus
By Aaron Nilsson/KTVL.comMEDFORD, Ore. --The new “Commuter Line” is picking up steam and getting more riders.
Rogue Valley Transportation District's “commuter line” runs from Grants Pass to Medford and back.
Currently, R.V.T.D. managers said more riders use the commuter line to go from Medford to Grants Pass.
It's funded by Josephine Community Transit in Grants Pass and only costs two dollars per ride each way.
It's an option even riders who don't normally go to Grants Pass will give a try.
"I think that's a good deal especially with gas prices right now and how the economy is and people not getting enough money working. I think it's a good deal, two bucks to go all the way to Grants Pass when it could cost 10 bucks of gas just to get there," bus rider, Eric Ziegler, said.
R.V.T.D. managers said it's run for two months so far as part of a three year pilot-grant.

Woman hit by car dies
UPDATE: On November 20, 2014, at about 2:24 p.m., the pedestrian involved in this case died at the hospital after succumbing to severe head injuries.    

The investigation revealed that the pedestrian was jogging eastbound in the crosswalk, on the south side of the intersection of Crater Lake Avenue  and Brookhurst Street.  The striking vehicle was traveling in a westbound direction on Brookhurst Street, and was making a left turn onto southbound Crater Lake Avenue when the collision occurred.  The driver did not appear to be under the influence of any intoxicating substances.  

The pedestrian has been identified as Denise Anderson.  

The case will be forwarded to the Jackson County District Attorney’s Office for review of any possible charges.  The driver’s identity is not being released at this time. 


MEDFORD, Ore. -- A 26-year-old woman in critical condition at Rogue Regional Medical Center after being hit by a car Saturday afternoon has been pulled off of life support. 

The victim was crossing the street at Crater Lake Avenue and Brookhurst Street at 3:14 p.m. when she was hit. 

Investigators are not releasing any additional information on the case while the Serious Traffic Accident Reconstruction Team continues their investigation. 

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Ashland meth bust

ASHLAND, Ore. -- MADGE served a search warrant at a home on the 400 block of Wightman Street in Ashland at 10 a.m. Thursday.

Police arrested Travis Bessonette and Michael O'Neil in the home. Officers state they found marijuana, meth, heroin, scales and packaging inside the home.

The two suspects face several charges, including unlawful distribution of a controlled substance.

Number of meth labs down in Oregon

OREGON -- The number of meth labs in Oregon reduced in 2006 after the state legislature had pseudoephedrine put behind the counter at stores, according to MADGE.

In that same year, six meth labs were found in Jackson County. The county has only seen four meth labs since 2007.

Woman hit by car pulled off of life support

MEDFORD, Ore. -- Medford Police says a woman has been pulled off of life support.

A car hit the 26-year-old woman in a Medford crosswalk Saturday afternoon. The cause of crash at the intersection of Crater Lake Ave and Brookhurst Street is still under investigation.

Autopsy results in Central Point homicide not released

MEDFORD, Ore. -- Autopsy results in the Wade Phillips homicide investigation will not be released until the investigation has closed, according to Jackson County District Attorney Beth Heckert.

Phillips is charged with shooting and killing his wife last week in Central Point.

The suspct was arraigned in court Wednesday. His pre-trial is scheduled for Jan. 26.

Meanwhile, all involved law enforcement agencies will give their reports to the Jackson County District Attorney's Office for review.

Grand jury indicts suspects in deadly Klamath Falls robbery

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. -- A grand jury indicted two suspects involved in a deadly robbery in Klamath Falls.

Garrett Petersen and Samantha Robertson were indicted on robbery and criminal conspiracy charges. They will be in court on Monday.

Lenny Miles was the third suspect. He was shot and killed by officers.

Jackson County Sheriff's Office is in charge of the investigation. Detectives finished their investigation Thursday.

The three officers involved in the shooting will make a grand jury appearance soon.

Josephine County District Attorney resigns

GRANTS PASS, Ore. -- Josephine County District Attorney Stephen Campbell's resignation goes into effect Feb. 28.

Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber announced Thursday the application period for Campbell's position will end Dec. 16.

Winco possibly coming to Grants Pass

GRANTS PASS, Ore. -- A new Winco could soon be on its way to Grants Pass.

The city's Urban Area Planning Commission said the store has approval for land use. Now the store needs to submit their plans and get permits to start the building process.

The store's location would be on Terry Lane and Fairview Lane.

Oregon population on the rise

OREGON -- The state's population is growing and rebounding from the recession.

Portland State University shows the population growth at 1.1 percent with more than 43,000 people added over a year.

The population as of July is just shy of 4 million residents.

Harry and David still hiring

MEDFORD, Ore. -- Harry and David is still looking for more than a hundred employees.

The jobs range from positions in the contact center to customer service associates.

You can apply online or in person at their employment center off South Pacific Highway in Medford.

12th annual Gingerbread Jubilee kicks off this weekend

MEDFORD, Ore. -- The 12th annual Gingerbread Jubilee kicks off this weekend.

You can see amazing gingerbread creations from talented local bakers and students starting Saturday. 

Each display is made entirely of edible ingredients. This year, organizer's did not have a theme, which is supposed to make for some creative pieces.

The jubilee is the Craterian's biggest fundraiser of the year supporting theater and performing arts programs.

Medford city council to discuss electric signs

MEDFORD, Ore. -- The Medford City Council is holding the fourth public meting Thursday night about regulating electronic signs in city limits.

The council will be looking into regulating the brightness of the signs, the rate in which the sign blinks and the size of the signs.

The council will also look into regulating some graphics which could distract drivers.

The planning commission and Jackson county Medford Chamber of Commerce have been working on proposed regulations to the signs for about a year.

RVTD Grants Pass commuter line a success

GRANTS PASS, Ore. -- The Rogue Valley Transportation District's commuter line runs from Grants Pass to Medford and back.

RVTD managers say the line has been up and running for two months so far as part of a three year pilot grant.

It is funded by Josephine County Transit in Grants Pass and only costs $2 per ride each way. It is an option even riders who do not normally go to Grants Pass will give a try.

Oregon cities trying for recreational pot tax

OREGON -- Oregon cities trying to get the state legislature to allow them to tax recreational pot once it is legal.

70 cities across the state approved a tax on pot. But Measure 91 specifically states local governments can not establish taxes on cannabis.

The League of Oregon Cities plans to ask lawmakers to change that part of the law.

No on Measure 92 ahead by slim margin

OREGON -- The No on Measure 92 campaign is ahead by a slim 4,000 votes.

Measure 92 would require stores to label genetically modified organisms.

The Oregon Secretary of State's Office says if there is less than a 2 percent difference in yes and no votes, the ballots will automatically be recounted.

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