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Updated at 11:17 AM

ASHLAND — A ribbon-cutting celebration of a solar panel installation at the Mt. Ashland Ski Area that will supply 12 percent of the area's electrical usage is set for 2 p.m. today in the parking lot. “We are trying to take a much longer view, providing those electrons for many years to come. That helps us to be more financially sustainable,” said General Manager Hiram Towle. “It’s something we are proud to be working on. We are trying to be leaders in...

Updated at 11:06 AM

See Tempo's guide to live music in local clubs and find out where your favorite band is playing. Check out the Craig Wright Band at the Talent Club; the Frankie Hernandez Band at the J'Ville Tavern; and Talking Heads tribute band Life During Wartime...

Updated at 11:03 AM

Combining fresh choices with authentic flair, quick service and a couple bargains on the menu, Mucho Gusto checks all the right boxes to become anyone's ideal lunchtime spot. The fresh-Mex restaurant inside the McAndrews Marketplace strip...

Posted at 11:13 AM

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Updated at 11:02 AM

"It's funny, the live-abroad lifestyle looks so easy when you're on the outside. You just see the bikini with a karst mountain background picture or the perfectly timed sunset photo," Ragusa told Business Insider. But the realities of living and...

Updated at 10:52 AM

Pennsylvania’s top law enforcement officer was convicted, resigned and faces a jail sentence. This week, we learn the top prosecutor in the state’s largest jurisdiction is the subject of an expanding FBI probe. Philadelphia’s...

Posted at 10:45 AM

New York City already knows the potential risk first-hand. In 2012, superstorm Sandy ripped through the city and flooded its subway system. To prevent future flooding, the city hopes that giant inflatable "plugs," made of interwoven Kevlar belts and...

Posted at 10:00 AM

The incentives save you money in the short-term - but many analysts have argued that this will eventually come back to haunt you and basically mess up the whole drug market.

Updated at 9:15 AM

The Cleveland Ridge fire near Shady Cove had another night of no growth, stabilizing at 530 acres as fire crews and equipment start to head for the exits. The blaze is now considered 60 percent contained, according to Oregon Department of...

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