MEDFORD, Ore.- On March 27th, a Federal Judge in Medford, siding with a Brookings church in its long running dispute with the city that tried to stop the congregation from feeding the homeless. Reverend Lindley says the church has been ...

OREGON — AllCare Health is asking Oregon lawmakers to make rezoning rural Oregon a top priority in the next legislative session. According to Julie Akins, senior housing director for AllCare, the Coordinated Care Organization hopes legislators will extend existing residential ...

GRANTS PASS, Ore.– Next month the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear a case out of Grants Pass regarding criminalizing sleeping in public spaces. Martin v. Boise and Grants Pass v. Johnson have prevented cities from punishing people for sleeping ...

GRANTS PASS, Ore.– The Grants Pass Mayor plans to veto an ordinance that would force anyone planning to give out food, clothing, or other services at public parks to register with the City of Grants Pass. The registration process would ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – A new report from AllCare Health believes to have gotten to the root of the homeless problem in Southern Oregon. “I don’t think anyone believes it’s right or appropriate for anyone to live their existence in a ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – Rogue Retreat just received a $175,000 grant from AllCare Health for their Haven House project. It’s a group recovery house for those transitioning from substance abuse recovery and homelessness to healthy, stable lives. Rogue Retreat has other ...

Medford, Ore. – A civil case in federal court that’s been looming over the city of Medford for three years has finally come to an end. U.S. District Court Judge Mark D. Clarke ruled in favor of the city of ...

ASHLAND, Ore. – A new camping ordinance went into effect in Ashland on January 17th. The law bans camping near schools and playgrounds, on walkways or near any fence, trees, buildings or vehicles. It includes exceptions for camping when there ...

MEDFORD, Ore.- January 9th marks Governor Kotek’s first year in office, and she is continuing statewide efforts toward addressing the homeless crisis by signing two executive orders. The first of those orders, EO 24-02, will maintain added capacity to the state’s ...

ASHLAND, Ore.– The Ashland City Council is considering lowering the temperature threshold for opening its emergency shelter. Many residents are already calling the proposal inhumane. If passed, the temperature threshold for opening the emergency shelter would drop from 32 degrees ...

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