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A computer hacker calling himself "Mr. High" claims he stole and may sell names and other personal identification from nearly 1.2 million people who bought Oregon hunting and fishing licenses through a private vendor. While Mr. High did not acquire Social Security numbers of Oregon license holders, he claims to have names, birth dates, Social Security numbers and other personal information from nearly 800,000 similar licensees in Idaho. Federal officials say that puts them at risk of...

Updated at 2:43 PM

Jackson County Republicans have a candidate seeking a spot on the November 8 ballot for state House District 5. Steve Ritchie, 53, of Ashland says he will put his name forward when the county GOP precinct representatives meet Monday evening...

Updated at 2:39 PM

Former Grants Pass strip club owner Larry Lacey is back in court, only this time he's not the defendant. Two years after he was sent to prison for illegally taking profit from medical marijuana, Lacey has filed a lawsuit in Josephine County...

Updated at 1:08 PM

Searchers are combing the Jacksonville area in hopes of finding a woman who failed to return home from a morning run on Friday. Dr. Ashley Laird, 37, an emergency room physician at Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center, left her Jacksonville...

Updated at 12:00 PM

Local report Firefighters say the Cleveland Ridge fire that ignited Monday north of Shady Cove is now down to a limited number of hot spots and firefighter resources are being shifted elsewhere. According to a press...

Updated at 12:00 PM

Ah! Sunflower! Weary of time, Who countest the steps of the sun; Seeking after that sweet golden clime, Where the travellerís journey is done. ~ William Blake (1757-1827) Sunflowers (Helianthus annuus) Ė natives of North and Central America –...

Updated at 10:22 AM

Local report The Oregon State Police has released the names of three drivers involved in a fatal traffic accident Friday on Interstate 5 near Hugo. Robert W. Chavers, 86, of Grants Pass, was killed in the accident...

Posted at 8:00 AM

Ann Coulter slammed Ted Cruz late last week in an interview promoting her new book, refusing to say whether she would support the Texas senator when he is up for reelection in 2018.

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