KTVL CBS Channel 10 Mailing List
 

News10 LiveLinks from BroadcastNews10 Good MorningWeather
KTVL CBS Channel 10 :: News - Top Stories - Election night count will likely go the wire

Tuesday, November 6 2012, 08:04 PM CST
Election night count will likely go the wire
By David Espo/AP Special Correspondent

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama won the reliably Democratic Northeast, and Republican Mitt Romney secured his conservative base Tuesday night in a duel for the White House shadowed by a weak economy and high unemployment.
   
The critical battlegrounds with the key to victory were unsettled, Virginia, Ohio and Florida among them, with long lines in many locations after poll-close time.
   
Romney led in the popular vote, gaining 8.2 million votes, or 52 percent, to 7.5 million or 47 percent for Obama, with 5 percent of the precincts tallied.
   
Romney also held an early electoral vote advantage, 76-64, with 270 needed for victory.
   
The polls were still open in much of the country as the two rivals began claiming the spoils of a brawl of an election in a year in which the struggling economy put a crimp in the middle class dreams of millions.
   
Obama carried Connecticut, Rhode Island, Vermont, Maine and Romney's home state of Massachusetts. Also, as expected, he won Delaware and Maryland as well as the District of Columbia and Illinois.
   
Romney had Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, South Carolina, Oklahoma, Kentucky and West Virginia in his column. He also won Indiana, a state Obama carried in 2008 but did not contest this year.
   
Voters also chose a new Congress to serve alongside the man who will be inaugurated president in January, Democrats defending their majority in the Senate, and Republicans in the House.
   
In Maine, independent former Gov. Angus King won a Senate seat long in GOP hands, the first potential switch of the evening. He has not yet said which party he will side with, although Republicans attacked him during the campaign with television advertising, and Democrats rallied to his cause.
   
The economy was rated the top issue by about 60 percent of voters surveyed as they left their polling places, but more said former President George W. Bush bears responsibility for current circumstances than Obama does after nearly four years in office..
   
About 4 in 10 said the economy is on the mend, but more than that said it was stagnant or getting worse. The survey was conducted for The Associated Press and a group of television networks.
   
The long campaign's cost soared into the billions, much of it spent on negative ads, some harshly so.
   
In the presidential race, an estimated one million commercials aired in nine battleground states where the rival camps agreed the election was most likely to be settled - Ohio, New Hampshire, Virginia, Florida, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Iowa, Colorado and Nevada.
   
In a months-long general election ad war that cost nearly $1 billion, Romney and Republican groups spent more than $550 million and Obama and his allies $381 million, according to organizations that track advertising.
   
In Virginia, the polls had been closed for several minutes when Obama's campaign texted a call for volunteers "to make sure everyone who's still in line gets to vote."
   
In Florida, there were long lines at the hour set for polls to close. Under state law, everyone waiting was entitled to cast a ballot.
   
Romney raced to Ohio and Pennsylvania for Election Day campaigning and projected confidence as he flew home to Massachusetts to await the results. "We fought to the very end, and I think that's why we'll be successful," he said, adding that he had finished writing a speech anticipating victory.
   
Obama made get-out-the-vote calls from a campaign office near his home in Chicago and found time for his traditional Election Day basketball game with friends. Addressing his rival, he said, "I also want to say to Gov. Romney, 'Congratulations on a spirited campaign.' I know his supporters are just as engaged, just as enthusiastic and working just as hard today." Romney, in turn, congratulated the president for running a "strong campaign."
   
According to the exit poll, 53 percent of voters said Obama is more in touch with people like them, compared to 43 percent for Romney.
   
About 60 percent said taxes should be increased, taking sides on an issue that divided the president and Romney. Obama wants to let taxes rise on upper incomes, while Romney does not.
   
Other than the battlegrounds, big states were virtually ignored in the final months of the campaign. Romney wrote off New York, Illinois and California, while Obama made no attempt to carry Texas, much of the South or the Rocky Mountain region other than Colorado.
   
There were 33 Senate seats on the ballot, 23 of them defended by Democrats and the rest by Republicans.
   
Rep. Chris Murphy, a Democrat, won a seat long held by Sen. Joe Lieberman, retiring after a career that included a vice presidential spot on Al Gore's ticket in 2000. It was Republican Linda McMahon's second defeat in two tries, at a personal cost of $92 million.
   
The GOP needed a gain of three for a majority if Romney won, and four if Obama was re-elected. Neither Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada nor GOP leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky was on the ballot, but each had high stakes in the outcome.
   
All 435 House seats were on the ballot, including five where one lawmaker ran against another as a result of once-a-decade redistricting to take population shifts into account. Democrats needed to pick up 25 seats to gain the majority they lost two years ago.
   
Depending on the outcome of a few races, it was possible that white men would wind up in a minority in the Democratic caucus for the first time.
   
Speaker John A. Boehner, R-Ohio, raised millions to finance get-out-the-vote operations in states without a robust presidential campaign, New York, Illinois and California among them. His goal was to minimize any losses, or possibly even gain ground, no matter Romney's fate. House Democratic leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi of California campaigned aggressively, as well, and faced an uncertain political future if her party failed to win control.
   
In gubernatorial races, Republicans picked up North Carolina, where Pat McCrory won easily. The incumbent, Democratic Gov. Bev Purdue, did not seek re-election.
   
Romney was in Massachusetts after his Election Day dash to Ohio and Pennsylvania.
   
In a campaign that traversed contested Republican primaries last winter and spring, a pair of political conventions this summer and three presidential debates, Obama, Romney, Vice President Joe Biden and Republican running mate Paul Ryan spoke at hundreds of rallies, were serenaded by Bruce Springstein and Meat Loaf and washed down hamburgers, pizza, barbecue and burrito bowls.
   
Obama was elected the first black president in 2008, and four years later, Romney became the first Mormon to appear on a general election ballot. Yet one man's race and the other's religion were never major factors in this year's campaign for the White House, a race dominated from the outset by the economy.
   
Over and over, Obama said that during his term the nation has begun to recover from the worst recession since the Great Depression. While he conceded progress has been slow, he accused Romney of offering recycled Republican policies that have helped the wealthy and harmed the middle class in the past and would do so again.
   
Romney countered that a second Obama term could mean a repeat recession in a country where economic growth has been weak and unemployment is worse now than when the president was inaugurated.  A wealthy former businessman, he claimed the knowledge and the skills to put in place policies that would make the economy healthy again.
   
In a race where the two men disagreed often, one of the principal fault lines was over taxes. Obama campaigned for the renewal of income tax cuts set to expire on Dec. 31 at all income levels except above $200,000 for individuals and $250,000 for couples.
   
Romney said no one's taxes should go up in uncertain economic times. In addition, he proposed a 20 percent cut across the board in income tax rates but said he would end or curtail a variety of tax breaks to make sure federal deficits didn't rise.
   
The differences over taxes, the economy, Medicare, abortion and more were expressed in intensely negative advertising.
   
Obama launched first, shortly after Romney dispatched his Republican foes in his quest for the party nomination.
   
One memorable commercial showed Romney singing an off-key rendition of "America The Beautiful." Pictures and signs scrolled by saying that his companies had shipped jobs to Mexico and China, that Massachusetts state jobs had gone to India while he was governor and that he has personal investments in Switzerland, Bermuda and the Cayman Islands.
   
Romney spent less on advertising than Obama. A collection of outside groups made up the difference, some of them operating under rules that allowed donors to remain anonymous. Most of the ads were of the attack variety. But the Republican National Committee relied on one that had a far softer touch, and seemed aimed at voters who had been drawn to the excitement caused by Obama's first campaign. It referred to a growing national debt and unemployment, then said, "He tried. You tried. It's OK to make a change."
   
More than 30 million voters cast early ballots in nearly three dozen states, a reflection of the growing appeal of getting a jump on the traditional Election Day.
Election night count will likely go the wire

[an error occurred while processing this directive]

Related Stories

  • KTVL :: Community - Providence Healthy Avenues

    Providence Healthy Avenues

    Providence gives you the inside scoop on how to make your life healthier and easier one week and one minute at a time.
  • KTVL :: Community - Ray's Stuff The Truck

    Ray's Stuff The Truck

    Join us in the fight against hunger!
  • KTVL :: Community - LIVE with News10 Good Morning

    LIVE with News10 Good Morning

    Every morning the News10 Good Morning takes you LIVE to the events affecting YOUR community. Miss the morning broadcast? News10 has you covered -- all of the videos are available here.
  • KTVL :: Community - Health and Beauty

    Health and Beauty



  • KTVL :: Community - Automotive

    Automotive

    Find valuable information about buying your next car, including price quotes and your latest automotive news.
  • KTVL :: Community - We Know Why You're Awake

    We Know Why You're Awake

    We Know Why You're Awake. We can help.
  • KTVL :: Community - Closings & Delays

    Closings & Delays

    Check here for closures and delays.
  • KTVL :: Community - Community Calendar

    Community Calendar

    Looking for something to do? Check the events calendar.
  • KTVL :: Community - Gas Prices

    Gas Prices

    Gas prices are on everybody's mind. So News10 is working with Gas Buddy to help you find the cheapest gas in the area.



KTVL Top Stories

San Diego bicyclist killed in Oregon collision

Officers involved in shooting in Grants Pass

Oregon woman being held in prison overseas

Boles Fire Update Sept. 21

Firefighters clear path for school children in Boles Fire

Boil water warning cleared for Weed

Mill workers hear job future

FNF: North Valley v Sweet Home

FNF: North Medford v Roseburg

FNF: Lost River v Crow

FNF: Henley v Cascade Christian

FNF: Grants Pass v Sheldon

FNF: Crater v Mountain View

Coach's Corner Sept. 19

Ashland Pacific Domes donates shelter

Boles Fire victim: I will rebuild

Known gang member back in jail

Community steps up to help pets in Boles Fire

Schools plan to re-open Tuesday

Community stepping in to help with transportation needs

Events in YOUR town

Volunteer group helping to investigate crime in Josephine County

As donations pour in, needs change

Crews say damaged homes pose new dangers

Residents return to homes affect by Boles Fire

Fire Update Sept. 19

King Fire suspect background

Experts ask: Is it ever okay to spank a child?

Retardant record set on massive California fire

2 cases of severe respiratory illness confirmed

Man guilty of murder in neighbor feud shooting

Crash sends truck dangling over Oregon bridge rail

Activists block tracks near Oregon oil terminal

Fire victims face more dangers

Onion Mountain and Happy Camp Complex Update Sept. 18

Greenway sweep

M.A.D.G.E. cleans up drug house in West Medford

Residents anxiously awaiting return home

Cadaver dogs do double-check at Boles Fire

Boles Fire Update Sept. 18

Weed awaits aid for businesses and residents

Suspect flees toward elementary school, arrested nearby

Wind fans the flames of destruction

Latest on Beekman Street House Fire in Medford

Local Agencies and Schools Sending More Donations to Residents of Weed

Sept. 17 Fire Update

Onion mountain fire almost 4,000 acres

News10 News Break Sept. 17

Study: Americans endure unwanted care near death

Federal rule challenges Oregon home care system

Crews battle California fire's explosive growth

Oregon county rejects tax hike to keep jail open

Ore. teen on young offenders trip accused of rape

House passes 'no welfare for weed' bill

1 arrested in S. Ore. convenience store homicide

Donation locations for those affected by Boles Fire

Emergency shelters filling up fast, community fills the gap

Nike suspends sponsorship deal with Adrian Peterson

Two Medford homes catch fire

CAL FIRE offering $10,000 reward for info on suspect

Boles Fire devastation shocks residents and crews

Tuesday Talk: Clothing company makes offensive sweatshirt

Medford's Most Wanted Sept. 15

CALFIRE PIO Suzi Brady on Boles Fire

What we know about the Boles Fire

All evacuation orders, closures for Happy Camp/July Complex fires lifted

FBI needs your help finding missing Washington 9-year-old

Boles Fire burns 375 acres, 25 percent contained

Klamath man sentenced in assault on infant

Hundreds evacuate from 3 California wildfires

Missing teen found in Klamath Falls

Onion Mountain Fire over 2,900 acres

Woman arrested after stealing SUV with kids inside

Oberon's tavern cited for noise complaint

Counterfeit bills used at Guitar Center

Oregon Shakespeare Festival will get facelift

Fire crews start working on environmental restoration

Sunday forecast

Wildfire threatens radio communication

New technology may increase audience diversity

Weekend weather

Police hold open house

FNF: Phoenix Sept. 12

FNF: Cascade Christian Sept. 12

FNF: South Medford Sept. 12

FNF: Ashland Sept. 12

Woman released in 1976 Reno murder case

Hunt still on for missing Kentucky men

Mother describes daughter's E. coli death

California teen to face charge in rat poison death

Man allegedly cooked dog, fed it to ex-girlfriend

The Great Outdoors: Stay Outside!

Volunteers keep police focused on crime

First responders are not alone

Looking out for Nancy

Northern Lights could make appearance this weekend

Film progressing in Klamath Falls

Medford arsonist sentenced

Salvation Army moving location of free meals

Navy searches for pilot after jets crash into sea

Grand jury: McMilon shooting justified

Abused woman convicted of murder may serve entire sentence

Local firefighters remember fallen heroes

Local firefighters hold stair climb for Sept. 11 memorial

School claims it is "Safest in America"

Seattle court orders man to stop spreading HIV

Investigators seek source of fatal E. coli strains

Northern California wildfire threatening 107 homes

FEMA wants at least $5.8M in Sandy aid repaid

FAA allows drone to search for missing Texas woman

Car crashes into Medford house

Jury clears Portland cop in bicyclist crash

Cascadia Subduction Zone Playbook Announced for the State to Better Prepare for Earthquake and Tsunami

Into the Woods moves into Beverly Hills

As West Nile cases rise, biologists preach protection

New school year floods DHS child abuse call lines

87-year-old man missing, last seen in McCloud

Facebook rejects photo of sick infant

California wildfire destroys 4 homes

Police say they ID'd 5 teens in ice bucket prank

Official: girl dies from E. coli complications

Grants Pass police arrest fugitive suspect

Medford juvenile arrested for attempted murder

Standoff at MacLaren lock-up ends peacefully

Ore. man, 81, arrested after shots fired at boat

Five-Car Collision Near Rogue River in Construction Zone

Consumer Reports Scientist in Rogue Valley to Discuss G.M.O.-Labeling Measure

More confirmed West Nile cases

Illegal grow sites damage public lands

Cancer patient gets probation for using marijuana

Tuesday Talk: Problem squatters in Seattle neighborhood

Victim named in fatal I-5 crash near Rogue River

Officer says Corvallis fire had human cause

Nike ends business relationship with Ray Rice

UO professor blames Eugene for falling on curb

Jury finds Cornelius cop fabricated evidence

Fire destroys Grants Pass mobile home

Eugene postpones City Hall demolition

Enterovirus Spreading Across Nation, but Not in Oregon...Yet.

Dr. Dan on Seasonal Allergies

Medford's Most Wanted Sept. 8

Susan Monica makes court appearance

Medford police cars equipped with life saving tool

A children's book could save students' lives in the event of an active shooter

Police looking for more arson suspects

MMA riot leaves City with questions

Lawyer: Ohio Ice Bucket Challenge pranksters ID'd

Happy Camp Complex over 100,000 acres

Ceremony honors shot deputy's comrades

Man tries to run over sheriff's deputy

Jani Bennett Found

Shift in health plan cuts funds to shelter program

AP Exclusive: Few options for female sex offender

Napa earthquake shakes loose unknown groundwater

Wildfire-weather danger east of Cascades

Lawyer says DNA evidence links inmate to killing

2 lost hikers plucked from coastal Oregon cliffs

Hearing starts for teen in hunting cabin slayings

Swimming now barred where Oregon family drowned

Man assaulted in Grants Pass

Medford Police taze man

Smoke investigation calls on the rise

Riot leaves mixed martial arts with bad reputation

Walk to defeat ALS

Bullet grazes Medford woman doing laundry

Rags may have caused apartment fire

Deputy released from hospital

Smokey skies, smokey wines

Police search for home invasion suspect

Special agent busts illegal marijuana grow

Wildfires fill valley with smoke

Serious Virus Strain Infecting Kids Suspected in Central Ohio

'Boogey man' abducts 8-year-old girl from her bedroom

Escaped inmate on Facebook: 'I'm on a spiritual pilgrimage'

Mom wants answers after daughter's face was badly battered at school

The Great Outdoors: Pool Maintenance Edition

West Coast Flavors: Barbeque Chicken Salad

City will soon see downtown homes

Medford is ill-prepared for the big one

Charge: Missing child molester killed man, burned bloody evidence

Cave Junction impacted by smoke

Pear season comes early

DNA samples indicate wolf OR-7's mate from Oregon

Wolf killed was breeding female

11-year-old accused in Beaverton fires

Homes kept safe amid Northern California wildfire

Heat wave in western Oregon raises wildfire danger

Police: 8-year-old missing Arizona girl strangled

Colleges re-thinking sexual assault education

Maine mom fights state over no-resuscitation order

Longer classes at Portland high schools

Jeld-Wen fined over smokestack emissions

Body found at Vancouver recycling center

Exploding lithium battery causes Bend house fire

City battles non-profit over compliance

Local leaders consider marijuana tax

SOU Raiders excited for new field

Safety first for students

'Lock-in' at 3 schools after Gresham shooting

Repeat offenders pose issue for jail and police

Chop saw starts mobile home fire in Klamath County

Opening statements made in Donald Easley Murder Trial

New fire near Redding causes school evacuation

Oregon town can't keep officers, to pay for deputy

Man arrested in death of missing Arizona girl

Tennessee Supreme Court to hear faith healing case

Legal or not, the pot business is still wacky

Old Eugene City Hall building coming down despite protests

Magnitude 2.6 earthquake at Mt. Hood

Squirrel causes power outage in Beaverton

Oregon Department of Forestry Dipping Into Special Insurance Policy Due to Firefighting Costs This Year

Forestry board moves to protect cool water

Judge sides with missing mom's parents in dispute

Southern Oregon girl found dead in bathtub

Woman who lit fire to give friends work sentenced

Bear sighting causes caution in Central Point

Plans OK'd for OSU-Cascades campus in Bend

New evacuation orders for Happy Camp Complex fires

Atiyeh memorial set for Wednesday in Salem

Crimestoppers: Stolen credit cards

Kiger Stadium Event Cancelled, but More on The Way

Burning Man Event Sends Thousands Through Klamath Falls, Bringing Business

Murder trial gets started in Josephine County

Harry and David sold to 1-800 Flowers

Pit bull saves boy from bee attack

Marijuana's hazy contribution to highway deaths

Body found in Puyallup linked to bloody carpeting in Auburn

Tuesday Talk: U.S. providing aid in Iraq, Syria

Grants Pass K-9 unit helps arrest man

Pit bull mauls 2-year-old girl in Springfield

1-800-FLOWERS buying Harry & David for $142.5 million

Very Large Airtankers Help with Fires Near Rogue Valley

Police and Parents Prepare for Back to School

Deputy on the mend

To buy, or not to buy, the Pac 12 network

Tankers shut down portion of Lost Creek Lake

Clear air near 790 Fire only temporary

Firefighters' random act of kindness

Woman says vaccine cured her cancer

Sandy-hit towns wrestle with eminent-domain choice

Campaign Watch: The week in Oregon politics

Mom charged in girl's death could get trust fund

Oregon students face tough academic test this year

Early pear harvest in southern Oregon

Seattle man found guilty in fatal Oregon crash

Fire starts at vacant Medford home

Missing hikers found alive

Happy camp complex grows

[an error occurred while processing this directive]
Should your town impose a 1-year moratorium on medical marijuana dispensaries?
ASHLAND, Ore. (AP) — One of Oregon's more liberal cities is considering a moratorium on medical marijuana dispensaries.

The Ashland Daily Tidings newspaper reports that the Oregon Health Authority Medical Marijuana Dispensary Program has already received six dispensary applications for Ashland.

But neighborhood opposition has been increasing and the council will discuss a moratorium on April 1.

People hoping to launch dispensaries in Oregon began submitting applications to the state on March 3 as part of a new medical marijuana regulatory system.

A proposed dispensary called Top Shelf Meds abuts an Ashland neighborhood.

Carol Kim says the dispensary is separated from her home by a hedge. She says it's ironic that state rules bar dispensaries near schools, but her daughters will come home from school and have to live near a dispensary.
___

Copyright 2014 The Associated Press.
YES
My town should definitely impose the moratorium for one year -- no more, no less.
NO
My town should NOT impose the moratorium for any length of time. My town should follow current state laws on medical marijuana dispensaries.
Undecided
I am unsure whether I am in favor of medical marijuana dispensaries in my town, regardless of current state laws.

Business News

Protesters stage Wall Street climate crisis sit-in

NEW YORK (AP) -- Hundreds of activists protesting what they say is Wall Street's role in the climate crisis have gathered in lower Manhattan's financial district.

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

BOX OFFICE-"MAZE RUNNER" WINS

NEW YORK (AP) -- A young adult novel made into a movie has gotten off to a good start.

Get This

NUDE PHOTOGRAPHER

ST. GEORGE, Utah (AP) -- Trevor Christensen is a nude portrait photographer.

Science/Tech News

IN THE NEWS: LICENSE PLATE MONITORING

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Do the police have your number?


 
  • 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 »

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 Big Bang Theory (season premiere)
  8:30pm:  The Big Bang Theory
  9:00pm:  Scorpion (series premiere)
10:00pm:  Under the Dome (season finale)
11:00pm:  News10 at 11pm
11:35pm:  The Late Show, with David Letterman
12:37am:  The Late, Late Show, with Craig Ferguson

Complete Schedule »