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News10 Afternoon News Break Dec. 18
1. A Medford woman convicted of killing her husband is demanding a retrial. Patricia MacCallum's attorney filed the motion in Siskiyou County court today. The woman was convicted of killing her husband Chris MacCallum while on a camping trip in Northern California. His body was found shot to death at the bottom of a cliff. The woman's former stepsister, Amber Lubbers, testified against MacCallum in court say the two women had schemed ways to kill Chris and then convinced him to go camping on his birthhday so they could carry out the plot. A judge is expected to make a ruling on the motion for a retrial next Tuesday. 

2. The Jackson County Health and Human Services Department opened the doors on its new building Thursday morning. It is located on South Holly street in Medford. The director of the department says the building cost about $200 million to build. It will house all of the services of the department except two. The building is expected to have staff moved in and operational by the third week of January. There are also five different organizations that are renting out space in the building to provide additional services.

3. Investigators believe a cigarette is to blame for a fire that killed a Klamath Falls man. His house caught fire Monday. First responders found David Lyman and his dog dead inside the home. Investigatyors say they found a burning cigarette inside a trash can. 

4. A man accused of trying to run-over Medford police officers during a pursuit has entered a "no contest" plea in court. Last March, officers say Wayne Pearson stole a truck, crashed into an unmarked police car and then tried to run over the officers. The officer fired on the truck as it sped toward them. 

5. Ashland city leaders say vendors at the Rogue Valley Grower and Crafters Market will not have to pay a tax for 2014. The mayor had to break the 3-3 vote. Vendors will have to honor the city's food and beverage tax for 2015. One city councilor who voted vendors should pay this year says his decision came down to fairness. City Councilor Rich Rosenthal says the food and beverage tax has been on the books for nearly 22 years. 1 percent of the tax goes toward buying open space for public pakrs, the other 4 percent goes to paying for costs of the city's wastewater treatment plant. 

6. The Medford Water Commission is voting to raise water rates in the city by 5 percent, which will raise bills anywhere from 2 to 6 cents per 1,000 gallons of water used. Board members had proposed a 7.5 percent increase and say they need to raise rates because of rising costs. The rate increase is expected to take effect in March 2015. 

7. Friday is the big day for the SOU Raiders football team! They are getting ready for the national championship game in Daytona Beach, Florida. Local sports bars are getting ready for fans to watch the game tomorrow. Redzone Sports Bar and Grill in Ashland was packed for the Raiders semifinal win. The championship game will be on ESPN-U beginning at noon Friday. Some residents upgraded their satellite packages just so they could get the right channel and watch the championship game. 

This Week in Your Sports
This week in Your Sports:SOU's Athletic Director enjoying Florida with the football team.Oregon Ducks head coach shares his thoughts on his alma mater, SOU, and their road to the championship.Spartans hockey continue winning, but aren't back home to play at home until January 9th and 10th.

Providence Success
Ariana Rakhshani/KTVL.com

MEDFORD, Ore. -- Providence's twenty-third annual Festival of Trees brought in roughly 18,000 people and raised about $520,000. Executive Director at Providence Community Health Foundation--Katie Shepard--said it was a major success.

"It totally blew out all our expectations, beat our goals," Shepard said. "We raised over $523,000 and that's all going to benefit our conventional recovery unit. It's a big mouthful for just a new part of our cardiac procedures and services for patients."

Shepard said she thinks the success is a good sign for the community.

"It's definitely a sign that the community's feeling good about philanthropy and giving to nonprofits and supporting what Providence does," Shepard said.

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