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Medford School District to keep eye on international travel

MEDFORD, Ore. -- The Medford School District said it is keeping an eye on students who are travelling internationally as best as it can without violating anyone's right to privacy.

District Superintendent Brian Shumate says the school district is in contact with the Jackson County Health Department about how to identify Ebola threats and protect the community against the virus.

Shumate says some Medford students and their families are traveling around the world. He says protocol used when they re-renter the U.S. helps keep other students and the rest of the community safe.

"There's lots of screening that goes on as people re-enter the country, so, if they pass those health tests and we're ensured that people are outside of those travel windows and aren't showing symptoms then it's our job to educate kids and make sure that you know we're continuing on as normal," Shumate said.

At the state level, the Oregon Nurses Association is hosting a webinar to help train staff on how to prevent spread of the virus.

The Department of Health has also initiated an incident action team to provide local agencies with resources locally. Information on every day Ebola and flu precautions has been mailed to students' homes.

Cave Junction wins lawsuit against state

GRANTS PASS, Ore. -- The City of Cave Junction beat the state of Oregon this week in a medical marijuana dispensary lawsuit.

Yesterday, a Josephine County circuit court judge ruled a law enacted by the legislature in 2013 does not prevent cities from denying business licenses to dispensaries.

The judge says cities who deny those licenses are not in conflict with the state law. The city of Grants Pass has a ban on medical marijuana dispensaries and says this ruling gives it a sense of security.

If the state appeals the ruling and the ruling is upheld by the court of appeals, it will apply statewide.

Klamath County deputy recovering after shooting

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. -- The Klamath County deputy shot in the face and side while on duty this summer is still recovering.

Klamath County Sheriff Frank Skrah says Deputy Weber still has more medical procedures planned.

Everyone from people on probation to local children have reached out to the deputy.

"Jason is doing well, the kids from several of the schools, the elementary schools, have made get well cards and sent them to him and I took a bunch of them over to him and you could see the tears in his eyes. He was extremely grateful," Skrah said.

Weber is planning on visiting some of the schools to say thank you to the students.

Klamath Falls woman arrested after shooting

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. -- A Klamath Falls woman was arrested in connection to a shooting earlier this week.

Officers say Renee Gee shot Clifton Feather during an argument. Feather was taken to the hospital and is in good condition.

Gee is in jail facing assault charges.

Medford Police searching for theft suspect

MEDFORD, Ore. -- The Jackson County Sheriff's Office needs your help finding a man accused of stealing a woman's car with her purse inside.

Police say the suspect used the victim's debit card at a White City McDonald's. He is about 18 to 25 years old, wearing a freen button-up shirt and a black North Medford hat.

Fatal crash near Wolf Creek

WOLF CREEK, Ore. -- Investigators are looking into a deadly car crash on Interstate 5 Friday afternoon. It happened near milepost 76 going southbound near Wolf Creek. Oregon State Police troopers say the victim drove into the grass and crashed head-on into a tree near a home. There is still no word on a cause.

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6 homeless camps discovered near Bear Creek Greenway

MEDFORD, Ore. -- Police discovered half a dozen homeless camps near the Bear Creek Greenway yesterday, according to the Medford Police Department.

One of the sites was about 200 feet off the bikepath on the south end of Medford. Police officers and Jackson County Community Justice Work crews found the camps. Police said they recovered four heavy equipment batteries that were stolen from the nearby construction site at U.S. Cellular Fields.

Clean-ups similar to Thursday's happen about once a month. Police said they post a warning sign stating it is illegal to camp on the greenway and then go back through a few days later to clear any items that remain.

Statue damaged in Lithia Park

ASHLAND, Ore. -- The Ashland Police Department is looking for whoever caused $6,500 in damage to a statue in Lithia Park.

People in the park noticed the front half of the gun carried by Iron Mike was missing Thursday. Iron Mike is located on top of the fountain on the Ashland Plaza.

The name plate near the fountain was also damaged. Police think the vandalism happened in the past few days.

Grants Pass man killed in motorcycle crash

GRANTS PASS, Ore. -- 35-year-old Grant Verity died at the scene of a motorcycle crash south of Grants Pass yesterday, according to Oregon State Police.

Police said Verity had been passing vehicles at a high rate of speed when he crashed into the left rear end of a SUV that was making a turn onto Hubbard Lane from De'Maray Drive.

Verity was waring a helmet. The driver of the SUV was not injured. The investigation is continuing.

Man arrested in pot bust

TALENT, Ore. -- A Talent man is behind bars accused of transporting 4-pounds of Marijuana to Eugene.

State Police troopers said Thomas Garza and Anthony Balascio were pulled over for multiple traffic violations.

Balacios also had warrants for his arrest out of Texas.

6-month-old baby dies in car at Intel parking lot

HILLSBORO, Ore. -- A 6-month-old baby is dead after police say the child was left in a car for six hours outside of the Intel Campus in Hillsboro.

The child's father, who works at Intel, made the 9-1-1 call just after 5 p.m.

Fire officials say the infant was in cardiac arrest. Responders performed CPR on her then took her to a nearby hospital where she later died.

Police said they are now investigation the case as a possible child neglect case.

JCSO asks public to help identify car theft suspect

WHITE CITY, Ore. -- The Jackson County Sheriff's Office is asking the public for help in identifying and locating a man accused of stealing a car and debit cards.

From Jackson County Sheriff's Office:

He is a suspect in a stolen vehicle case. He allegedly took the victim's car with her purse inside and then used her debit card at McDonald's in White City, according to the sheriff's office.

He was wearing baggy black shorts with white stripes, green button up shirt with logo in left sleeve, and a black North Medford hat. He is between 18 and 25 years old.

Please contact the Jackson County Sheriff's Office if you recognize the suspect.

Photos of the suspect can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/pages/KTVL-CBS-10-News-Medford/180780400322?ref=tn_tnmn

Oregonians may owe money to Cover Oregon

SALEM -- Thousands of Oregonians may have to pay back money to the state's health exchange. Officials with Oregon's health insurance exchange say nearly 13,000 tax paying households could owe money to the federal government because they were given tax credits that were too large.

The average error is $8.41.

Klamath Falls woman sent stranger's Cover Oregon information

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. -- A woman in Klamath Falls applied for health coverage through Cover Oregon and ended up getting the personal information of other applicants.

Ann Miglaccio says she received documents last week with the name and birth dates of two applicants for Hillsboro.

She mailed the information back to Cover Oregon. The organization is investigating the incident. It is the 18th security breach in the last six months.

Court rules city can ban medical marijuana dispensaries
By Jessica De Nova/KTVL.com

GRANTS PASS, Ore.-A Josephine County circuit court judge ruled Thursday the city of Cave Junction is allowed to ban medical marijuana dispensaries.

Cave Juntion City Attorney, Ryan Kirchoff called it "a win for cities and counties on one hand," but said he wasn't sure if the ruling would "withstand appeal reviews."
The city sued the state of Oregon arguing Cave Juntion has the power to do more than just declare the one-year moratorium on the businesses, as allowed by the law enacted by the legislature in 2013.
The City of Grants Pass took the same approach, prohibiting dispensaries.

"Grants Pass took the additional step of enacting an indefinite prohibition on medical marijuana dispensaries," said Grants Pass City Attorney, Mark Bartholomew.

Bartholomew said said before Thursday's ruling, there was a little uncertainty as to whether or not Grants Pass could keep dispensaries away after its the one-year moratorium on the facilities expires in May 2015.

"Previously we had some questions as to whether or not that prohibition would be enforceable once the one-year moratorium expired and this ruling gives us more confidence that it is in fact enforceable," said Bartholomew.

One thing still left unknown Friday is whether or not the state will appeal the circuit court's decision.

"If it's appealed then the appellate court ruling would have statewide applicability," said Bartholomew.

Even if the ruling spreads across the state, Bartholomew said Oregon legislators need to provide some clarity on exactly how much power local governments have when it comes to cannabis.

Local schools work to keep Ebola away
By Jessica De Nova/KTVL.com

MEDFORD, Ore.-In a press conference Friday, the Medford School District said it's doing everything it can to keep students, teachers, staff and the community safe from Ebola.

Superintendent Brian Shumate said the district is keeping an eye on students traveling internationally, without violating anyone's right to privacy.
The school district is in contact with the Jackson County Health Department about identifying threats of Ebola threats and protecting the community against it.

Shumate said as long as traveling families are cleared when they return to the U.S. his district has a responsibility to educate its students.

"There's lots of screening that goes on as people re-enter the country so if they pass those health tests and we're ensured that people are outside of those travel windows and aren't showing symptoms, then it's our job to educate kids and make sure that, you know, we're continuing on as normal," said Shumate.

At the state level, the Oregon Nurses Association is hosting a webinar to help train staff on how to prevent spread of the virus.

The Department of Health has initiated an incident action team to provide local agencies with resources.
Locally, information on everyday Ebola and flu precautions has been mailed out to students' homes.

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