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Arrow fans, you can stop putting together...

Updated at 7:39 PM

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — Luke Walton realizes he is reporting to his dream job a little late. The Los Angeles Lakers' new head coach is determined to catch up quickly as he starts the biggest project of his life. The Lakers...

Updated at 7:11 PM

All hail the chief! The CW announced on Tuesday that Lynda Carter is joining

Updated at 7:01 PM

The Pac-12 Conference was the talk of the women’s college basketball world during the 2016 Final Four — well, except for Breanna Stewart and UConn making a run at a fourth consecutive national title. The conference had two...

Updated at 6:47 PM

Girls wrestling has experienced a noticeable growth in many regions and Jared Banry has high hopes that a recent surge in the sport here in Southern Oregon will reach a new level through the Southern Oregon Girls Wrestling Club he has founded...

Updated at 6:39 PM

ASHBURN, Va. — Amid the hooting and hollering at Washington Redskins minicamp, there's a different sound in the air during running back drills. Coaches whack at the football with Matt Jones carrying it, and it beeps. Then it beeps...

Updated at 6:02 PM

Kristin Chenoweth, the pint-sized musical goddess of stage and -- when we're lucky -- television, is...

Updated at 5:47 PM

The same day Hillary Clinton's campaign launched a website to attack Donald Trump on his business record, the bombastic billionaire announced the launch of his own website -LyingCrookedHillary.com.

Updated at 5:33 PM

The Ashland Family YMCA has received a $150,000 grant from the William and Florence Schneider Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation to help pay for renovation of Camp Low Echo. Camp Low Echo, a Girl Scout camp for more than 60 years on...

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PORTLAND — The Oregon Court of Appeals has reversed a DUII conviction because the driver was pulled over by a Washington State Patrol trooper after he crossed into Oregon. The court overturned the 2011 conviction of James Edward...

Updated at 5:23 PM

PORTLAND — Oregon's 197 school districts could spend summer break crafting procedures for testing lead, radon and other chemicals at their campuses ahead of Oct. 1, when the plans would be handed over to the state. These "Healthy and...

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