Tyler joined the NewsWatch 12 team in September of 2020.
Tyler Ridgle joined the NewsWatch 12 team as a reporter and producer in September of 2020.
She was born and raised in Los Angeles, California where she studied theatre for most of her life. She later attended California State University Northridge, graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism in May of 2020.
During her free time, she enjoys working out, trying new recipes in the kitchen, and exploring southern Oregon. She is also likely to be caught splurging at Marshalls or TJ Maxx.
Tyler is looking forward to learning more about the many communities of southern Oregon.
For questions or story suggestions you can send her an email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Roberto Ruiz entered DOC custody on October 5, 2021, from Jackson County with a potential release date of September 11, 2023.
More than 60 law enforcement officers from Tacoma, Pierce County, Lakewood and other agencies went to the scene.
The farm will have Christmas Turkey’s available on its website after Thanksgiving.
The community of Ashland is gathering at Ashland High School to celebrate Aidan Ellison's life.
Illinois Valley Fire District told Newswatch 12 the structure is believed to be used for marijuana drying because of the amount of hemp and marijuana plants found at the scene.
Rural Metro Firefighters received valuable assistance at the scene, and with coverage of additional calls, from Grants Pass Fire Rescue, American Medical Response, Jackson County Fire District #1, Evans Valley Fire District No 6, Applegate Valley Fire District, Illinois Valley Fire District and the Josephine County Sheriff's Office.
OSP was assisted by the Klamath County Fire District 1 and the Oregon Department of Transportation.
Officials tell Newswatch 12 the building appeared to be a marijuana drying facility.
During the operation, which spanned over two days, an epic amount of illegal, processed marijuana and a firearm were seized. The DES Team’s conservative estimation on the amount of processed marijuana seized was approximately 500,000 lbs.
Viewers can visit Market of Choice locations in Medford and Ashland to make donations to our Season for Sharing campaign. Donating is easy. Just choose an amount to contribute at checkout. Money raised goes directly to support ACCESS food assistance programs and its network of 24 food pantries in Jackson County.
Data is updated nightly.
Data is updated nightly.
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