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WASHINGTON — The Obama administration is revising a federal rule that allows wind-energy companies to operate high-speed turbines for up to 30 years, even if means killing or injuring thousands of federally protected bald and golden eagles. Under the plan announced Wednesday, wind companies and other power providers could kill or injure up to 4,200 bald eagles a year without penalty — nearly four times the current limit. Golden eagles could only be killed if companies...

Updated at 8:17 PM

Seth MacFarlane has long been a household name, thanks to

Posted at 6:32 PM

PORTLAND — Lawyers for those who occupied a national wildlife refuge in Oregon earlier this year are concerned a jury comprised of people from liberal Portland won't be impartial. Andrew Kohlmetz, who represents defendant Jason...

Updated at 6:17 PM

The median sales price for existing houses in Jackson County rose 3.9 percent, year over year, for the three months ending April 30. Whether that modest gain is masking a potential surge during the months ahead is to be...

Updated at 6:00 PM

Looks like Tony DiNozzo's (Michael Weatherly) departure from

Updated at 5:33 PM

A Grants Pass woman facing a manslaughter charge has been accused of soliciting people to burglarize her grandmother's home in an effort to raise bail money. Breanna Allene White, 23, already was being held in the Josephine County Jail last...

Updated at 5:31 PM

A plan to exclude mineral development on about 100,000 acres of federal land, to thwart a proposed nickel mine near the Kalmiopsis Wilderness, is nearing fruition. The U.S. Forest Service released its environmental assessment last week, and...

Updated at 5:27 PM

A Little League program in Gold Hill will be able to salvage its season after locals banded together to undo vehicular vandalism at a local baseball field. Vandals drove onto Mack Field at the Gold Hill Sports Park early Sunday morning and...

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