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IRVING, Texas — Greg Hardy won't return for a second season with the Dallas Cowboys. Owner and general manager Jerry Jones said Friday night he has ruled out re-signing the polarizing defensive end after one tumultuous year. Jones, speaking to reporters after the second night of the NFL draft, acknowledged what appeared to be the case for weeks. The Cowboys didn't want to bring back Hardy after several disruptions in 2015, some related to his domestic violence case in...

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IRVING, Texas — Gerina Piller took a two-stroke lead Saturday in the LPGA Tour's Volunteers of America Texas Shootout, putting her in position for a breakthrough victory in her home event. Winless in 123 career starts, the...

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OAKLAND, Calif. — Stephen Curry's knee injury did little to slow down the Golden State Warriors in their first-round series. Surviving without the reigning league MVP figures to be a little bit harder in the second round against...

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EUGENE — Oregon quarterback Dakota Prukop had two main goals this spring in Eugene. The graduate transfer from Montana State wanted to build relationships and control the offense. After the spring game Saturday, Prukop said he'd...

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PORTLAND — In a solidly blue state that hasn't elected a Republican to a statewide office since 2002, the only major partisan race this year that doesn't have political observers yawning is for...

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The life and career of Art Pollard, the Southern Oregon race car driver who graduated from local tracks to become a fixture at the Indianapolis 500, will be celebrated with a special day today at the World of Speed Museum in...

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The Annual Spring Garden Fair Jackson is held at the Jackson County Expo.Mail Tribune / Jamie Lusch

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Rogue Riverkeepers water testing

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As a Master Gardener, Elah Self understands the temptation to rush home and plant, but she warns that not all plants are ready to go in the ground. The sunny weather Saturday drew more people than usual to the annual Spring Garden Fair at...

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