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Four more arsons in Medford
MEDFORD, Ore. -- Medford Police officers responded to four additional arsons since 8:55 p.m. Wednesday morning.

Police say all four are most likely connected to a serial arsonist responsible for setting 22 different fires around Medford.

Wednesday night, officers responded to 401 S. Fir Street for a small fire lit near a building.

Witnesses say they saw a man in the area just before the fire was set.

He is described as a white male, 5' 11", and a thin build. He was wearing a dark beanie, brown T-shirt and dark jeans.

Officers were then called out to an early morning fire in the 600 block of S. Fir Street where a grass fire spread to wooden boxes.

Five hours later a bush on 225 S. Holly was reported smoldering.

Then, at 8:04 a.m. a palm tree was lit on fire in Hawthorne Park.

If you see anything suspicious contact police immediately.

Reedsport man shot by police identified
REEDSPORT, Ore. (AP) -- The Oregon State Police has identified a Reedsport man fatally shot by law enforcement last week as 71-year-old Glenn Ray Glancey.

   Lt. Gregg Hastings says Glancey lived in the mobile home park where the shooting occurred last Thursday. He died from his injuries three days later.

   Officers from Reedsport and the Douglas County Sheriff's Office confronted Glancey after responding to a disturbance at the park.

   Hastings says Glancey had a handgun and exchanged shots with the officers.

   The investigation remains active. Hastings says that when it's over, the findings will be turned over to the Douglas County District Attorney's Office for review.

Oregon wildfire update
GRANTS PASS, Ore. (AP) -- Six new range fires are burning in eastern Oregon, ignited by lightning storms that moved across the region.

   Meanwhile, the Northwest Interagency Coordination Center in Portland says the fires touched off by the last string of thunderstorms a week and a half ago are closer to containment, and some firefighters are being demobilized to fight blazes in Washington state.

   Spokeswoman Carol Connolly says others are being assigned to the new fires on the Vale District of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.

   A total of 17 large fires are now burning across 933 square miles of forests and range in central and eastern Oregon.

   The six new fires range from one-and-a-half square miles to 14 square miles. Nine structures are threatened, but no evacuation alerts have been issued.

Portland tells neighborhood to fix its own potholes
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- The city of Portland is telling a neighborhood with poor streets to fix its own pot holes.

   The city says street repairs are not its responsibility in the southwest Portland neighborhood because the roads were not up to code when the area was annexed.

   Diane Dulken with the city tells KPTV the roads are not the city's responsibility until they are paved. The city has about 60 miles of gravel roads where neighbors are responsible for their own repairs.

   One annexed resident, Dorene Willis, says it's unfair because they pay taxes and fees.

White City shooting ranges to reopen
MEDFORD, Ore. (AP) -- Shooting ranges in White City are reopening after the National Rifle Association agreed to provide insurance coverage.

   The Mail Tribune newspaper reports the 18 shooting ranges will reopen Friday.

   They were forced to close July 1 because their insurance carrier dropped coverage after a man was injured by a piece of debris during target practice.

   Phil Grammatica is president of the Rogue Valley Shooting Sports Association. He says the NRA agreed to provide coverage as long as users sign a liability waiver before they target practice.

   The waiver requires a printed name, signature, date and the day-pass number. However, no identification is required.

   The NRA insurance will cost less than $2,000 a year, compared with $6,700 under the canceled policy.

Surrounding Businesses Near Medford's Marie Callender's Site Irritated By Issues
By Aaron Nilsson/KTVL.comMEDFORD, Ore. -- Medford businesses around the spot where the Marie Callender's burned down said it's becoming hazardous.
A fire destroyed Marie Callender's Restaurant about seven months ago.
The lot is empty now with some dry, tall weeds in it.
Surrounding businesses said they're worried about the possible fire hazard.
They also said transients leave trash behind.Sun Palace employees miss Marie Callender's, but wish something will be cleaned or a new business comes in.
"People probably don't want to drive in here because it looks deserted, so, you know. It'd be nice if it was attractive and well-maintained. It would be less dangerous, definitely," Sun Palace employee, Shae Johnson, said.
Sun Palace contacted the owner of the property, Pulver and Leever, about the weed and safety issue.
The property owners haven't responded.

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