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Demand for Oregon products hasn’t kept pace with the rest of the country, following the Great Recession. An economic analysis by Beacon Economics found the state’s share of total U.S. exports has declined in recent years. During the decade prior to the downturn,1997 to 2008, Beacon Economics discovered Oregon’s average real growth for exports was [...]

Updated at 9:24 AM

Medford neighbors have found a novel way to thwart crime and help each other through online forums that are closely linked with police.

Updated at 9:23 AM

The father of a 21-year-old Phoenix man who died in what appears to be an accidental fall while on downtime from battling a wildfire near Four Mile Lake said his son loved his line of work — despite its dangers.

Updated at 9:02 AM

The state Construction Contractors Board said today it is looking into 34 potential violations in Southern Oregon after investigators last week showed up at 279 job sites here checking for unlicensed contractors.

Updated at 9:01 AM

Intuit's July Small Business Indexes, surveying firms with 20 or fewer employees, showed small business employment increased 0.7 percent in July nationwide.

Updated at 9:00 AM

Thunderstorms shot out between 2,000 and 2,500 lightning strikes across Southern Oregon Wednesday afternoon and night, with about 850 touching down in Jackson County.The National Weather Service reported more are likely on...

Updated at 8:14 AM

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Updated at 6:37 AM

A few of the several wildfires burning in the area between Mt. Ashland and Anderson Butte prompted an evacuation of properties along a mile-long stretch of Wagner Creek Road on Wednesday.

Updated at 2:55 AM

RICHMOND, Va. — Robert Griffin III faked the handoff to Alfred Morris and took off down the left sideline, showing the burst of speed that helped him become the NFL's Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2012.

Updated at 2:55 AM

GREEN BAY, Wis. — The lights were off in the Green Bay Packers overflow locker room. A few undrafted free-agent players were near their lockers talking quietly. A short distance away, Colt Lyerla sat by himself in the darkness.

Updated at 2:55 AM

SAN FRANCISCO — Reliever Jean Machi and San Francisco took advantage of a huge baserunning blunder by Pittsburgh, tagging out two runners who wandered away on the same play and beating the Pirates 7-5 on Wednesday to end a six-game losing...

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