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Woman Injured After Hitting Deer With Bike
By KTVL Staff/KTVL.com

GRANTS PASS, Ore -- Police say a woman is in serious condition after hitting a deer while on her bicycle.


Grants Pass public Safety officers say when first responders arrived they found a 62-year-old female bicyclist unconscious in the roadway. Other cyclists riding with her and a neighbor were trying to help. 


Police say a witness verified the victim cyclist collided with one of three deercrossing the road in front of her. The cyclist was thrown from her bicycle and hit theroadway.


She was transported by ambulance to Rogue Regional Medical Center where she was admitted. No other vehicles or pedestrians were involved.


The victim was wearing protective head gear at the time of the incident and is currently in theintensive care unit at RRMC. 

In-N-Out rumors fly on social media
By Jessica De Nova/KTVL.com

MEDFORD, Ore.-Construction crews were busy building on Center Drive Saturday and the rumors on social media were flying about the possibility of an In-N-Out Burger coming to your town.

A post on Facebook promised an In-N-Out Burger across the street from the south Medford Walmart, but Medford City Councilor, Chris Corcoran, said Saturday he couldn't confirm or deny anything.

"The only thing I can tell you is it is a rumor," said Corcoran.
   
The same answer came from members of the city's Planning and Site Plan and Architectural Commissions.

News10 headed to the burger chain's Facebook page to find Medford's residents were already doing their own research, asking the question since Friday, "Is In-N-Out coming to Medford?"

The business gave several variations of one answer, "We'd like to be there someday, but it's too early for us to speculate when that might be."

We went to the rumored location and were able to contact the Superintendent of the project headed by Primary Construction, Noah Sorenson. He said Medford won't get to see what those hamburgers are all about, any time soon.

"It's gonna have four tenants and one is gonna be a Starbucks and then the other one is a U.S. Cellular, Great Clips and GNC," said Sorenson.

Corcoran said all the ongoing construction showed the lights, paving and sewers the city's Urban Renewal Agency laid out were working just as planned.

"That entire area was one of the first projects of Urban Renewal and it was the hope, as with all things with Urban Renewal projects, that there'd be a trickle
down," said Corcoran.

Primary Construction said all the extra traffic which may come from the increased business in the area, will be able to drive thru for a quick cup of joe by the end of Sept. or for a quick lunch break at Panda Express by the end of Aug., but though people may be in and out fast, it wont be for burgers.

Sorenson said additional construction in the area included a 60-car parking lot and an expansion of the Rogue Federal Credit Union Building.

Nation's largest wildfire nears containment
GRANTS PASS, Ore. (AP) -- The nation's largest wildfire -- the Buzzard Complex in eastern Oregon -- is nearing containment.   


The Northwest Interagency Coordination Center reports Friday the fires are 95 percent contained at 618 square miles of rangeland 45 miles northeast of Burns. Full containment is expected next week.   


Meanwhile, six major fires started by lighting two weeks ago in central Oregon will be turned over to local crews on Monday as they near containment.   


Three of the five range fires ignited by lightning this week on the Vale District of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management are still uncontained.   


Crews are mopping up a range fire that started from lightning in Nevada and spilled over into Oregon on BLM's Lakeview District.   


More lighting is predicted for next week east of the Cascades.   


AP-WF-07-25-14 2244GMT

Garage Fire Spreads to Wildlands
By KTVL Staff/KTVL.com

GRANTS PASS, Ore -- Firefighters and police responded to a call for structure fire Friday night. When crews arrived they found a detached garage fully involved and a vehicle partially involved.  


Firefighters were able to contain most of the blaze to the garage and vehicle. The exterior of the house sustained some minor damage and 1/10th acre spread to the wildland. 



Firefighters controlled the fire in 12 minutes and remained on scene for two hours performing overhaul.


No injuries were reported and the dollar loss is still being determined.


The cause of the fire is under investigation by the Grants Pass Fire Prevention Bureau.

Ferguson Fire Burns Two Structures
By KTVL Staff/KTVL.com

BLY, Ore -- The Ferguson fire has taken out two structures in Klamath County. The fire is burning approximately 30 miles east of Klamath Falls. 


On Saturday crews estimated the flames had taken out 200 acres. 


While two buildings burnt, there are also another six structures threatened. However, the Level three notification issued Friday, by the Klamath County Sherriff's Department, has been dropped to a Level one.


A multi-agency effort, as well as contract firefighters, and support services, are fighting the flames. The resources include eight hand crews, eight engines, two water tenders, two dozers and 5 helicopters giving air support to the suppression efforts. 


The cause of the fire is under investigation, it started on private lands. 

Wildfire threatens structures east of Klamath Falls
Photos above by Patrick Apley

By KTVL.com
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. -- A wildfire is threatening structures Friday night about 30 miles east of Klamath Falls. Fire crews said one structure is reported as lost in the fire.

The Klamath County Sheriff's Department has issued evacuations to residences living in the area about five miles north of Beatty. The evacuation notice is a level 3 evacuation which the South Central Oregon Fire Management Partnership (SCOFMP) said means there is "an immediate safety threat to people in the area."

Interagency crews report the wildfire (being called the Ferguson Fire) burning an estimated 150 acres and growing. It was first reported about noon Friday.

"Interagency firefighters are working with the support of aircraft and ground support to halt the fire's progress. Currently, there are four Single Engine Air Tankers, two heavy air tankers, one air attack, five helicopters, nine engines, four dozers and one water tender. In addition, a structural task force from Klamath Falls, Oregon has been assigned to the incident." SCOFMP representatives said.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

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