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Car in rollover crash filled with marijuana
Jackson County Sheriff's Office, Jackson County Fire District 3 and Mercy Flights responding to rollover in White City on Antelope and Agate. 

News10's Justin Matthews is at the scene and says the vehicle involved in the crash is filled with marijuana.

Jackson County Sheriff Deputy on scene says one person was in the vehicle at the time of the accident and was able to walk. He was taken to the hospital.

The deputy said the man has a medical marijuana card and they believe that, based off of the amount of marijuana in the car, the man was either on his way to or from a "trimming party."

Southern Oregon University's Sustainability Program Getting National Attention
By Aaron Nilsson/KTVL.comASHLAND, Ore. -- Southern Oregon University's sustainability program is getting national recognition.put on a special day on campus.
The farm got runner-up in the nation for case studies for sustainability improvements on a higher education campus.
"It's good for the university to see we're getting recognized and for the university to support us more and maybe inspire other universities to do similar projects, because it's been an incredible process we’ve done in just the last six months," senior, Satchel Pondolfino, said.
The farm started selling food on campus in the spring after their first crop.
Students at the farm said some of the lettuce is smaller to avoid dying from a frost and they have a surplus of tomatoes.
Also, a “Drive Less Connect” pilot program is now set up at S.O.U.
It’s the first university to have one like it as it encourages students to carpool, bike, walk or take a bus to school every day.

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Jackson and Josephine Counties looking at pot tax

MEDFORD, Ore. -- Jackson and Josephine Counties are hopping on board to put a tax on recreational marijuana in case a measure legalizing the activity passes in November.

Today, the Jackson County Board of Commissioners met for their first reading of the weed tax. Commissioner Doug Breidenthal is pushing to be proactive before the state denies the county the ability to tax weed sales.

"Being able to put this type of this taxation in place early now it's going to help us locally manage enforcement efforts, substance abuse efforts and addictions recovery process," the commissioner said.

Jackson County commissioners are hopeful this tax will help areas like Gold Hill and Rogue River that they say are popular pot growing areas.

The second reading of the taxation of recreational marijuana in Jackson County is scheduled for Nov. 5, the day after the election.

Jackson County Sheriff investigated by Secretary of State's Office

MEDFORD, Ore. -- Jackson County Sheriff Mike Winters is being investigated by the Secretary of State's Office. The investigation started after a complaint that some of his information in the voter's pamphlet is false.

Tony Green with the Secretary of State's Office says he can not be specific on which information is under scrutiny.

"The charge is that information is false. Usually that's something we can rectify or figure out by research, in the end, find out whether info is true or not," Green said.

Providing false information on a voter's pamphlet is a felony.

Dimmick Tower demolished

GRANTS PASS, Ore. -- After 15 years of vacancy, a Grants Pass building is being demolished.

Dimmick Tower in Grants Pass is going through its final phase of becoming a pile of dirt after being empty since 2001. The building used to be occupied by Asante until they moved to a new facility in Josephine County. No other business took the space and the roof needed repair because it was gorwing mold and became an asbestos hazard.

"We've had people breaking in there, kids, Grants Pass Public Safety has had to respond to this before we put the fence up about a year ago. We were having break-ins about once a week," Josephine County Commissioner Simon Hare said.

Hare said the demolition process is expected to be done between the end of November and mid-December.

There will not be any explosions, crews will be taking the building down piece by piece.

Open positions remain at Harry and David

MEDFORD, Ore. --  Harry and David still needs to fill positons.

The company has hired more than 2,600 people since July. Harry and David is still hoping to fill 980 positions in Medford, most of those positions are in its contact center.

Pizza lovers take bite out of hunger

MEDFORD, Ore. -- Pizza lovers came together last night to take a bite out hunger. Kaleidoscope General Manager Jake Allmaras says $7,600 was raised for Access last night.

The sales from food and most beverages will go to help hungry children and families.

The annual fundraiser began in 2009.

Medford police forced to kill second bear

MEDFORD, Ore. --  The Medford Police Department was forced to shoot and kill a bear early this morning. It happened in the area of Vilas Road and Runway Drive.

Police say the bear was hit by a vehicle and was struggling to survive.

They say they see more of these calls overnight and when it gets colder.

Social security recipients to receive increase

WASHINGTON -- If you get a social security check every month you will soon see a little more cash. 70 million Americans will get about a 1.7 percent increase in their payments.

The increase is based on inflation which is well below historical averages.

Increases are rarely less than 2 percent.

Sky lanterns fueling concerns in Medford

MEDFORD, Ore. -- Sky lanternsa re fueling concerns for firefighters in Medford. A neighbor brought a sky lantern into the fire department yesterday saying it landed on the hill between the Rogue Valley Manor and the freeway.

Sky lanterns are used around the world in celebrations. But firefighters say they are dangerous because they can travel miles and start a fire.

The use of untethered sky lanterns in Medford is illegal.

Sprinkler system stops fire at Airport Chevy

MEDFORD, Ore. -- Airport chevy managers thankful for a fire sprinkler system tonight.

A fire started in the workshop area of the Medford car dealership last night.

Luckily, a fire sprinkler put the flames out.

The fire could have caused millions of dollars in damage. Instead, $2,000 was lost.

U.S. Marshal makes arrest in 2012 burglary

ASHLAND, Ore. -- An update to a story we've been following for months. The U.S. Marshall's Service has arrested Ryan Williams. Williams has been wanted since 2012 when officers say he broke into a home in Ashland stealing cash with two other suspects.

The two other suspects have already been sentenced for the crime. Williams was found and arrested yesterday in Los Angeles.

Medford Police looking for burglar on bike

MEDFORD, Ore. --  Medford Police looking for a woman they say burglarized a house and left the scene on a bicycle pulling a trailer. It happened yesterday on Newtown.

The homeowner walked into her house and found the woman standing with her computer and handgun in a duffle bag.

The suspect ran and jumped on her bike. She's described as a white woman in her 20s with blonde hair wearing a red hat.

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