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News10 Afternoon News Break Dec. 19
1. Red Zone in Ashland is packed with Raider supporters as they make history in Daytona Beach, Flordia. The game kicked off at noon and many bars, like the Red Zone, are standing room only for the game. It has been a long road for the Raiders over the last few years. The players will make history stepping on the turf for the championship game. The Raiders are the eighth seed going 12-2 this season. The Marian Knights are 11-2. This is the 59th annual NAIA Championship Game. Many supporters are watching the game and are excited to see their hometown university put everything on the line to bring home the title. 

2. Other big news in Ashland -- The Mount Ashland Ski Park is now open. This weekend, The Sonnet Lift is running (that's the beginner hill). At this point, the park is still trying to figure out when to open more lifts. Lift tickets for this weekend are $7. 

3. The Mount Shasta Ski Park opens Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. All three lifts will be open with 15 runs available. Lift tickets are $49 for adults and $27 for 8 to 12 year olds.

4. Tonight is the official reopening of the Ashland Skate Rink. The celebration was delayed to allow time for the roof to be installed. The activities begin at 6 p.m. The rink is located across the street from Lithia Park. 

5. The Addicitions Recovery Center is getting money to help with its programs from Providence Medford Medical Center. The hospital presented a check for $25,000 to go toward a medically monitored detox center. This new service means patients are able to stay at the addicitons recovery center for their treatment. The hospital says this donation is part of its mission to improve the community. The Addictions Recovery Center hopes to have its new services ready for patients by next year. The Medford Police Department says this new service will help with the city's rising drug problem. 

6. The ACCESS Food Bank is about to get a major donation. Sherm's employees will pull in with a semi-truck full of food donations at 1 p.m. -- that is 23,000 pounds of food. The Olsrun family has made the donation for the past 14 years. 

7. If you want to help ACCESS feed local families, plus take in some holiday cheer, Greystone Court opens Saturday. The homes on Greystone go all out with their lights and decorations. Santa will even show up Saturday through Christmas Eve from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Residents will be acceptiong food and cash donations for ACCESS. An estimated 4,000 cars are expected to tour through the cul-du-sac this year. 

8. City officials say it has been a good year for businesses in Grants Pass. Hundreds of new business licenses were issued through the year with new clothing stores, breweries and restaurants opening. Many of the new businesses are trying to appeal to the younger generation. City marketing officials say hotels have reached 90 to 100 percent occupancy during the peak season and between 60 to 80 percent occupancy during the off season. 

9. An earthquake rattled the Salem area Friday morning. Scientists say the 3.2 magnitude earthquake happened at 6 a.m. about 25 miles west of town. The 9-1-1 calls received from residents said they felt shaking, but no reports of damage.

News10 Evening News Break Dec. 18
1. Tourism in Grants Pass is booming after a citywide push to appeal to younger families and crowds, according to Jon Bowen, the city's director of marketing and tourism. Hundreds of new business licenses were issued throughout the year for new clothing stores, breweries and restaurants. Bowen says Grants Pass is more than just a place for retirees and many new businesses appeal to young audiences. As for tourism, Bowen says hotels reach 90 to 100 percent occupancy during the peak season and between 60 to 80 percent during the off season.

2. "Cool Yule" is happening now through the holidays in downtown Grants Pass, encouraging people to shop locally. For every $100 you spend, you're entered into a weekly drawing to win $1,000. Also, the city is waiving parking restrictions in the downtown area so shoppers are not on a time constraint. 

3. In Downtown Medford, the Jackson County Health and Human Services Department opened the doors on it's new building this morning. It is now located on South Holly Street. The county says the building cost about $200 million to build. It will house all of the services of the department except two. There are also five different organizations that are renting out space in the building to provide additional services.

4. As of this week, there are 26 cases of the flu in Oregon. This year, health leaders say the official flu season does not begin until Dec. 22. Jackson County Public Health says it only knows about a couple cases of the flu. So far, it has given out more than 1,000 doses of the vaccine. 

5. A special delivery today for foster children in Josephine County thanks to donations, the organization "Our Foster Kids" says it was able to deliver presents for every foster child in the county. The organization helps about 400 foster children and each one gets a few presents. The organization is made up of all volunteers who work year-round collecting donations and presents. The president says they actually train a team for Black Friday just to purchase gifts for children. 

6. An update to a story News10 has been following -- Patricia MacCallum is demanding a re-trial. MacCallum was convicted of killing her husband Chris on a camping trip a few years ago. A judge is expected to make a ruling on the request next Tuesday. 

7. Law enforcement officers across the region are beefing up patrols for the holiday season. Siskiyou County sheriff's deputies will be looking for drunk drivers starting tomorrow. A DUI checkpoint will be set up on New Year's Eve in Yreka between 10 p.m. and 3 a.m.

8. Medical dispensaries across the west are closing down after voters legalized recreational marijuana. States with legal marijuana are drafting rules and regulations for recreational weed, but medical marijuana laws are getting brushed aside in Washington. The unregulated medical marijuana market has cities, like Tacoma, threatening to close medical marijuana dispensaries. Some dispensaries say they will only be allowed to grow recreational weed if the government can give them a license for both. Here in Oregon, Measure 92 states the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program would not be affected. Some cities are still drafting laws for medical marijuana dispensaries. 

Man gets 5 ½ years in S. Ore. police confrontation
MEDFORD, Ore. (AP) — An Idaho fugitive shot and wounded by officers after a pursuit last March in southern Oregon has been sentenced to 5 ½ years in prison.

The Jackson County, Oregon, district attorney's office said Wednesday that 29-year-old Wayne Pearson pleaded no contest to multiple charges, including attempted assault, attempting to elude and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

District Attorney Beth Heckert has said four law enforcement officers opened fire on March 6 after Pearson struck a police vehicle with a stolen truck he was driving, then drove toward two officers who were attempting to set up a spike strip to stop the truck.

Pearson's head was grazed. A woman traveling with Pearson was hit several times but survived.

An Oregon grand jury investigation later cleared all four officers involved, ruling the shooting justified.

At the time, Pearson had been sought on burglary and grand theft warrants out of Bonneville County, Idaho.

Copyright 2014 The Associated Press.

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