KTVL CBS Channel 10 Mailing List
 

News10 LiveLinks from BroadcastNews10 Good MorningSpecial Report: Hemp Love

Top Stories

Click here for more Top Stories!

Featured Story 

Oregon focus of effort to expand background checks for guns
GRANTS PASS, Ore. (AP) — Fresh off a victory in Washington state, a leading gun control group backed by billionaire Michael Bloomberg hopes to make Oregon its next prize in a campaign to require all gun sales go through universal background checks.
Everytown for Gun Safety spokeswoman Erika Soto Lamb says background checks are their top priority, and they hope to pick up a win in Oregon.
Everytown backed a voter-approved initiative in Washington last year that made it the 17th state to expand background checks beyond the federal standard, which applies only to licensed gun dealers.
Now Everytown's attention is on Oregon, where the state Legislature will consider a bill to require checks on private gun sales. With help from Everytown last fall, Democrats expanded their majority to 18-12 in the Senate.
Copyright 2015 The Associated Press. 

Border collie sparks debate on euthanizing sick animals

GRANTS PASS, Ore. -- A Josephine County border collie's life is sparking an intense conversation regarding the animal shelter's policy on euthanizing abandoned animals.
Riley the border collie was taken to the Josephine County Animal Shelter after she was abandoned and found wandering the streets. Veterinarians at the shelter examined her and found she had fleas, ticks, skin sores and heartworms, a condition the shelter says is common amongst stray animals.
The dog's multiple ailments coupled with her age and alleged aggressive behavior led veterinarians to conclude that euthanizing her would be in her best interest, according to Josephine Counter Commissioner Cherryl Walker.
This was a decision much of the community was firmly against, going so far as to gather donations to fund her treatment and finding a family to adopt her.
However, the shelter followed through with their plan and euthanized Riley on Friday, explaining that even though "heartworm can be treated, the treatment is expensive, often debilitating and can also cause death in weak or older dogs and cats" in a release sent by Walker on Monday morning.
The press release also stated the shelter has a firm policy to not adopt out animals that are sick or have debilitating diseases that put other animals at risk in the community.

News10 Afternoon News Break Jan. 26
1. The trial for a man accused of stabbing to death a Medford woman outside of her apartment begins today. This is the second attempt at a trial for Jose Valencia Gaona who is accused of stabbing to death Maria Rodriguez in September 2013. The first was declared a mistrial after jurors received confidential documents. Medford police officers say the defendent hid outside of the victim's apartment until she got home and attacked her. Police say a neighbor tried to intervene, but it was too late. The case is believed to be an incident of domestic violence since the two had previously dated. 
2. A man accused of killing his wife in Central Point now has a trial date set. Wade Phillips will be tried for murder and attempted murder beginning Oct. 5. Phillips is charged with shooting and killing his wife while the children were in the home. Prosecutors say he also fired at the children, but they escaped uninjured.
3. Oregon State Police are investigating a drive-by shooting in Northern Klamath County. They say it led to a standoff between the suspect and SWAT teams early Sunday morning. Troopers say the suspect is Gary Davis of La Pine. The shooting happened on Collar Drive. OSP says Davis had threatened a man at that location in the past. Later Davis was found at his girlfriend's home in Deschutes County, but the two would not come out. Davis was arrested after the standoff. 
4. A group of neighbors in West Medford is banding together to fight crime in their area. People say they are tired of dealing with graffiti, needles, trash and stolen property. Residents are taking matters into their own hands with a Facebook page to clean up their streets and parks. They say the area is bad, but there are also many positives. "We're watching out for each other, we have each other's backs and we're not going to take it anymore. This is our neighborhood. We love living here and it is going to be pretty and neighbors are great and helpful. The view the public has of our side of town isn't what it is," Randi Brock, who created the page, said. The Facebook group is called West Side Beautification and will clean Union Park this Saturday. Then the group will continue to target other streets and places nearby. 
5.Airport delays this morning and not just because of the fog. Airport Director Bern Case says there was one cancelation this morning. But other passengers are seeing the secondary impacts of the cancelations in the east. Thousands of flights have already been canceled due to the massive storm expected there, which means dozens will also be affected her when the effects trickle down.
6. The flu virus is hitting our area. One hospital now has new temporary restrictions in place for visitors, especially children. The restrictions at Providence Medford Medical Center are meant to protect high risk patients and families from the flu. The hospital is banning all child visitors under 18 years of age unless they are seeing an immediate family member. But it is even more strict in the birthing center where no children are allowed. There are some exceptions, so be sure to check with the hospital before you visit.
7. The battle continues against genetically modified organisms or GMOs. Our Family Farms Coalition and Thrive will host a public event at the Medford Library on Thursday night. Organizers say it is to inform the public of the lawsuit filed by two geneticall-modified alfalfa growers in Jackson County. The lawsuit against the county claims Measure 15-119, now known as Ordinance 635, which bans GMOs in the county violates Oregon's Right to Farm law. The event starts at 6:30 p.m. and is open to the public.
8. It has been exactly 315 years since the last catastrophic earthquake in the Pacific Northwest along the Cascadia Subduction Zone. Today marks the anniversary of the quake in the same area where scientists predict the next big one in our area. Scientists believe Oregon is now in the window of time in which another destructive quake could hit. They predict a 9.0 magnitude quake or higher.
9. In a few weeks, hundreds of thrill seekers will receive a shock to their senses as they dunk themselves at the Jackson Aquatic Center for a good cause. The Polar Plunge is an annual event that raises money and awareness for Special Olympics Oregon. The event will be held Feb. 21. 

G.M.O. in Jackson County Still a Hot Topic
By Aaron Nilsson/KTVL.com MEDFORD, Ore. -- Currently tied up in a lawsuit, Our Family Farms Coalition and Thrive will host a public event at the Medford Library on Thursday night.Supporters of a G.M.O.-free Jackson County said this isn't just a legal issue, there's an entire lifestyle at stake.Organizers said the event will inform the public of the lawsuit filed by two genetically-modified alfalfa growers in Jackson County.The lawsuit is against Jackson County and claims Measure 15-119, now Ordinance 635 banning G.M.O.s in the county violates Oregon's Right to Farm state law."I can envision in my mind, farmers from all over the country, at one time or another, will be here asking the same questions we're asking. Where do we go from here? How did you accomplish this? Look at what you've done to your local farm economy. Gee, can we move here? Can we join you," former E.P.A. scientist, Dr. Ray Seidler, said.The event begins with a reception at 6:30 p.m. and a panel will speak starting at 7 p.m. at the Medford Library.The group will also answer questions from the public about the lawsuit and explain the future of farming in the county.

West Medford Residents Cleaning up the Neighborhood
By Aaron Nilsson/KTVL.comMEDFORD, Ore. -- A group of neighbors in west Medford said it’s tired of the crime and trash in their area.They're dealing with graffiti, needles, trash and stolen property and want all of it out.Residents are taking matters into their own hands with a Facebook page to get its streets and parks cleaned up.They said the area's bad, but they want the general public to know the good in the neighborhood.“We're watching out for each other, we have each other's backs and we're not going to take it anymore. This is our neighborhood, we love living here and it's going to be pretty and neighbors are great and helpful. The view the public has of our side of town isn’t what it is," Facebook group creator for the neighborhood, Randi Brock, said.The Facebook group is called West Side-Beautfication and will clean Union Park first this Saturday beginning at 10 a.m.Then, the group will continue to target other streets and places nearby.

Advertise with us!


Government Accountability

What your elected leaders in Washington are doing today:

President

U.S. Senate

U.S. House

(Public schedules posted online)


Entertainment Videos


Watch Forecast | Weather Maps | Weather Blog



KTVL CBS Channel 10 :: Weather - Your Weather
Advertise with us!
Advertise with us!
KTVL CBS Channel 10 News :: News Great Pot Debate
Advertise with us!

 
  • KTVL :: News - Across The Nation

    Across The Nation

    News and information from across the nation.
  • KTVL :: News - Border Crisis

    Border Crisis



  • KTVL :: News - Elections Day

    Elections Day

    Elections are in full swing in your town.Stick with News10 as the ballots continue to be submitted!
  • KTVL :: News - The Great Outdoors

    The Great Outdoors

    Join KTVL News10 for The Great Outdoors, a weekly segment featuring numerous activities related to outdoor living in Southern Oregon and Northern California.
  • KTVL :: News - Medford Teachers Strike

    Medford Teachers Strike

    As of 7 p.m. Wednesday February 5, 2014, no compromise in the dispute over a new contract between the Medford School District and Medford Education Association. 
  • KTVL :: News - Rogue River Homicide

    Rogue River Homicide

    The Jackson County Sheriff's office says 65-year-old Susan Monica was arrested for identity theft and other theft charges last Friday...
  • KTVL :: News - Patricia MacCallum Murder Trial

    Patricia MacCallum Murder Trial

    Patricia MacCallum is accused of shooting and killing her husband, Christopher MacCallum, during a camping trip last year. Patricia MacCallum's trial began Nov. 18. News10 is at the courthouse and will ...
  • KTVL :: News - Health Matters

    Health Matters

    Local Health Care Professionals Providing You With Helpful Health Tips!
  • KTVL :: News - Fire Watch 2013

    Fire Watch 2013

    Your source for evacuations, closures and relief efforts.
  • KTVL :: News - Your Voice. Your Future.

    Your Voice. Your Future.

    As the country faces challenges from federal budget issues to jobs and national debt, your voice is critical to the future.
  • KTVL :: News - Medfords Most Wanted

    Medfords Most Wanted

    Each week, News10 looks at the Rogue Valley's most wanted criminals and finds out who has been caught.
  • KTVL :: News - Health Care Reform

    Health Care Reform

     The Supreme Court ruling to uphold the Affordable Care Act sparked a new battle. Check here daily for the latest developments, locally and across the country.
  • KTVL :: News - Biscuit Fire:Ten Years Later

    Biscuit Fire:Ten Years Later

    It has been ten years since the Biscuit Fire scorched 500,00 acres in the Siskiyou National Forest.

  • KTVL :: News - Tasty Topics

    Tasty Topics

    We've all seen News10's Trish Glose tasting food on West Coast Flavors. Now she has more space to talk about food and drink!
  • KTVL :: News - No Text Zone

    No Text Zone

    Texting While Driving Kills Thousands of People Each Year. Many More are Seriously Injured. You Can Help Make Our Roads a NO TEXT ZONE
  • KTVL :: News - Washington Times

    Washington Times

    Politics, Breaking News, US and World News.
  • KTVL :: News - Reality Check

    Reality Check

    How are your tax dollars being spent? Reality Check tracks whether local, state and federal governments or any groups are using your money wisely...or wasting it.
  • KTVL :: News - Your View

    Your View

    When you see news, share it with us. Your View is the perfect place to share the video and photos you capture your town.
  • KTVL :: News - Green Wednesday

    Green Wednesday

    There are limits to our natural resources and News 10's Green Wednesday provides information on how we can be better stewards of the environment.

  • KTVL :: News - Cool Schools

    Cool Schools

    News10 is visiting Medford elementary schools and letting them show us what makes their school great.
  • KTVL :: News - On The Town

    On The Town

    On the Town highlights local entertainment activities from concerts at the Craterian, to plays, parades and fun runs, for the week and weekends in Medford and counties in Southern Oregon.
  • KTVL :: News - To Your Health

    To Your Health

    Dr. Dan, Monday KTVL News10 at 5 answers your health questions and discusses the latest developments in medecine. If you have questions, find the e-mail address and mailing address at ktvl.com.
  • KTVL :: News - West Coast Flavors

    West Coast Flavors

    Who doesn't love good food? News 10 invites area chefs to the West Coast Appliance kitchen to cook up their favorite recipes.

  • KTVL :: News - Crime Stoppers

    Crime Stoppers

    Crime Stoppers, Medford, Southern Oregon's answer to crime at ktvl.com. Find a police report of the active case, descriptons of suspects, vehicle information, rewards.

  • KTVL :: News - Rogue Gangs

    Rogue Gangs

    Gangs are a growing concern for police in Southern Oregon and Northern California. News 10 is taking an in-depth look at the issue.
  • KTVL :: News - Links from Our Broadcast

    Links from Our Broadcast

    Links and numbers from our newscasts at KTVL News10, Medford, Southern Oregon's news source. Relevant links to research topics of interest or to contact organizations.

  • KTVL :: News - Consumer Links

    Consumer Links

    Consumer information, links and numbers. Useful links to protect and educate the consumer from the Oregon and California State Departments, the federal government and other Associations.
  • KTVL :: News - Safety Links

    Safety Links

    Safety - links and numbers at ktvl.com. Emergency preparedness plans for Curry, Jackson, and Josephine counties' citizens. Links to California and Oregon Emergency Management Offices, National Safety Council, ...
  • KTVL :: News - Voting Links

    Voting Links

    Links to websites full of information and background material, as well as sites that help you take action.
  • KTVL :: News - Local Links

    Local Links

    Local links for Medford, Southern Oregon and Northern California. Community links for Curry, Josephine, Jackson, Klamath, Lake and Siskiyou Counties, schools, cities, chambers of commerce, Rogue Valley ...

more »

Business News

Disappointing earnings, weaker outlooks highlight latest financial results

NEW YORK (AP) -- Several big-name companies have turned in disappointing earnings or weaker outlooks today.

Consumer Info

   WEST PALM BEACH, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 03/21/14 --
 Companies that pride themselves on being eco-friendly may have conflicted
 ideas between marketing with ad specialties and maintaining their green
 reputation. ...

Entertainment News

DANIELE WATTS - COURT PLEA

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- An actress who claims she was racially profiled after being detained by police is seeing her case make its way through the courts.

Get This

SUPER BOWL TICKETS

PHOENIX (AP) -- A Super Bowl ticket for six bucks?

Science/Tech News

IN THE NEWS: FACEBOOK OUTAGE RAISES EYEBROWS

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -- For many computer users, it was like one of those times when the power, water -- or even TV service -- goes out.

Tonight on KTVL

12:00pm:  News10 at Noon
12:30pm:  The Bold and the Beautiful
  1:00pm:  The Talk
  2:00pm:  Let's Make A Deal
  3:00pm:  Rachael Ray
  4:00pm:  Ellen
  5:00pm:  News10 at 5pm
  5:30pm:  CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley
  6:00pm:  News10 at 6pm
  6:35pm:  Who Wants to be a Millionaire
  7:05pm:  Family Feud
  7:30pm:  Celebrity Name Game
  8:00pm:  The Mentalist
  9:00pm:  Criminal Minds
10:00pm:  Stalker
11:00pm:  News10 at 11pm
11:35pm:  The Late Show, with David Letterman
12:37am:  The Late Late Show

Complete Schedule »