Andryanna Sheppard joined the NewsWatch 12 team in April 2017.
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House Bill 2383 or the Law Enforcement Stability Act was proposed by the Josephine County Commissioners. The bill would allow 5 counties in Oregon to tax medical and recreational marijuana in their counties.
About 3,000 people went to this year's ACCESS Senior Fair. More than 80 vendors were at the Medford Armory Tuesday afternoon giving out information about the various resources available to seniors in the Rogue Valley.
The 15th annual Oregon Cheese Festival in Central Point came to a close Sunday
50 people were charged Tuesday, including actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman. They’re accused of participating in the largest college admissions scam ever prosecuted.
Shawn and Erin Byers already have a teenager and a toddler. 6 days ago, they welcomed Harper, Avery and Savannah at Rogue Regional Medical Center in Medford.
If you saw a bunch of fire trucks hanging around Highway 99 and Garfield Street in Medford, there's no need to don't worry. Four different fire agencies were beginning a group training.
Daylight Saving Time began Sunday but the Oregon legislature is hoping to change that in the future. Senate Bill 320 and 464 aim to keep Oregon on one standard of time all year round.
According to the non-profit organization, Vehicles for Changes, 20,000 Oregon children are homeless. To help end homeless the organization converts retired school buses into tiny homes for families in need.
U.S. wildlife officials plan to lift protections for gray wolves across the Lower 48 states, a move certain to re-ignite the legal battle over a predator that’s rebounding in some regions and running into conflicts with farmers and ranchers, an official told The Associated Press.
Oregon State Senator Jeff Golden (OR-District 3) held his first official town hall since he was elected last November. Roughly 30 people came to Stevenson Union at SOU to hear him speak and ask about his thoughts about important issues that impact them.