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Weekend storm sends Mt. Ashland into overdrive
-- A busy weekend at Mt. Ashland as the recent storm put the ski area into overdrive this weekend. The area received 6 inches of new snow allowed the ski area to open a terrain park right under the Comer Lift. The general manager says Sunday was the best day of the season so far because of the sunny skies, powdery runs and a full parking lot. The ski area is diversifying, as well. Beginning next weekend, there will be more at Mt. Ashland than snow sports. The group is looking to add live music from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. every Saturday in the lodge through April. 

In-N-Out Update: Shell Station may not close down for good anytime soon
-- An update to a story News10 has been following -- The Shell gas station near the Rogue Valley Mall may not close down for good this week. An employee says a truck just brought more gasoline to fill the underground tanks, essentially delaying the closing date. The gas station is supposed to shut down at midnight. Now, an employee says it may not close until Friday. Also, the manager says no one will lose their jobs. All 14 employees will transfer to other locations throughout the Rogue Valley.

Grants Pass crash claims one woman's life
-- A Grants Pass community is pushing for change after a 19-year-old woman died in a car crash on what is known as "the camel humps." It happened around 10:45 p.m. Sunday night when 20-year-old Ronald Flansburg III crashed into a tree after losing control of his car while going down a hill on NE 9th Street in Grants Pass. His girlfriend and friend were also in the car. Nichole Phillips died at the scene. The girlfriend was ejected from the car, but survived. Her grandmother says she is in stable condition. People who live in the area say this crash does not surprise them. Police are looking into what caused the crash, but one of the victim's family members says the driver was speeding. 

Ballot drop boxes open in Jackson County
-- Beginning Monday, voters can drop off ballots at all library drop sites in Jackson County. The special election allows voters to decide the tax rate for marijuana within the county. Jackson County Clerk Chris Walker says voting is made easy in the beaver state where voters cab vote by mail. Ballots must be in a drop site or at the elections office by March 10. So far, voter turnout is almost at 20 percent. The county clerk reminds everyone to sign their secured envelope. 

Medford School District looking to add new health center
-- The Medford School District is looking for public input on a new school-based health center. There are three health centers in elementary schools across the district offering basic medical, mental and dental health services at the schools. One of the next locations would be at a high school in the district. The forums will be tomorrow from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at South Medford High School.

Oregon bill seeks to eliminate vaccine exemptions
-- An Oregon bill could eliminate personal, religious and philosophical exemptions to vaccine requirements. Many Oregon parents choose to opt out or delay vaccinations. Opponents to the bill say it takes away their medical freedom and right to informed consent. Others believe the public's health should come first.

Legislators vote to ban e-cigarette sales to minors
-- The Oregon House voted to ban the sale of e-cigarettes to minors. It also voted to ban their use in bars and workplaces. State leaders say it would apply all age restrictions on tobacco products to e-cigarettes. Now the bill heads to the senate.

Supreme Court rules counties can't ban registered sex offenders from school districts
-- The California Supreme Court ruled state corrections leaders cannot ban registered sex offenders from living within 2,000 feet of a school or park. The court says it violates a sex offender's constitutional rights by limiting their access to housing. It says there can be exceptions on a case-by-case basis. 

Man gets stuck in ventilation system, gets put behind bars
-- A man is now behind bars after getting stuck in the ventilation system at a local tavern. Officers say Joshua Haynes climbed onto the roof of Howdy Doody's in Klamath Falls and tried to break in. He is also accused of throwing an air conditioner unit from the roof and onto a parked car down below. He got stuck in the vents in the roof and officers had to help him out. He faces multiple charges. 

Lawmakers tinker with crime measure recently OK'd by voters
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Four months after California voters lowered penalties for certain crimes, state lawmakers and law enforcement officials are lining up with proposals to repeal portions of the new law that they say have created unintended consequences, such as reducing the number of DNA samples taken from suspects.

Proposition 47 changed shoplifting, forgery, fraud, petty theft and possession of small amounts of drugs from felonies that can carry lengthy sentences to misdemeanors that can bring up to a year in jail.

Officials and lawmakers from both parties are backing legislation this year to reverse portions of the measure affecting stolen guns, possession of date-rape drugs, taking DNA samples and obtaining search warrants from suspects charged with misdemeanors.

Supporters of the initiative said they will battle efforts to change it.

Copyright 2015 The Associated Press.

Pedestrian in Grants Pass crash dies
GRANTS PASS, Ore. -- A pedestrian hit while crossing Rogue River Highway last week has died. 

Chris Addington, 43, was hit by a car just after 8 p.m. on Feb. 24 at the intersection of Rogue River Highway and Cloverlawn Drive. He suffered a head injury and was transported to Three Rivers Medical Center where he died on Sunday. 

The driver of the Subaru that hit him was not injured and has not been charged with any crime. However, the accident remains under investigation. 

Crater Lake snow depth at record low
MEDFORD, Ore. (AP) — The snow level at Crater Lake National Park was at a record low for this time of year.

Park Ranger Dave Grimes told the Mail Tribune newspaper (http://is.gd/sYTRoj ) that the official snow depth at park headquarters was 28 inches Thursday. The previous record low was 31 inches set back in 1977.

Records show the average snow depth for Feb. 26 is 110 inches.

The park is actually at 104 percent of its average precipitation for this time of the year. But warmer temperatures have caused much of that moisture to fall as rain rather than snow.

The National Weather Service forecasts a chance of snow through Monday night.

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Information from: Mail Tribune, http://www.mailtribune.com/

Copyright 2015 The Associated Press.

Special olympic athletes hit Mt. Ashland slopes
Justin Matthews/KTVL.com

ASHLAND, Ore.- Athletes trained on Mount Ashland Sunday afternoon for the soon-to-be winter Special Olympics in Oregon.

Athletes from all over the state compete in alpine or cross-country skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing.

"We normally just practice here then the day before we go up to Mt. Bachelor to have competition on the 13th when we have a little bit of practice then the 14th and the 15th that’s when we have our competition,” said Special Olympic Snowboarder Donald Noble.

The recent snowfall has given the athletes a chance to practice right here in their own backyard before heading up to Bend for the games.

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