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Posted at 4:43 AM

Following the discovery of lead pipes in Medford's water system last week, officials say they have launched an all-out effort to identify any suspicious pipes. That's not necessarily good enough for some city residents, who have their own...

Posted at 4:40 AM

Over the years, lead and other toxic substances routinely have been found in water samples in Southern Oregon and the rest of the state. Kim Ramsay, vice president and chief financial officer of Neilson Research Corp. in Medford, estimates...

Posted at 1:00 AM

One of Virginia's delegates to the Republican National Convention has filed a federal lawsuit in an effort to avoid voting for presumptive nominee Donald Trump at the party convention next month.

Posted at 12:09 AM

Felony arrests Coercion — Leland Radford Shaw, 51, of the 300 block of Howard Street, Medford. Medford police arrested Shaw Friday on a felony charge of coercion and misdemeanor charges of...

Updated at 11:55 PM

Kids learn to fly at aviation camp in Ashland.

Updated at 11:25 PM

Sights from the 63rd annual Rooster Crow parade in Rogue River.

Posted at 11:01 PM

Wow. “La Cage Aux Folles” looks and sounds like a feel-good musical should: bright, brassy, flashy, full of sound and furious color and nothing too heavy. In Camelot Theatre’s new production of Harvey Fierstein and...

Posted at 11:01 PM

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has approached her new job with great caution since being thrust into the state's top position by the resignation of Gov. John Kitzhaber a little over a year ago. As a result, Oregon voters don't really have a clear picture...

Posted at 11:01 PM

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Posted at 11:01 PM

Medford woodcarver Hayden Robertson has spent about 38 years carving elaborate works of art, but he doesn't show many signs of slowing down. Robertson, 92, is best known for his carvings of bison and bears, and occasionally horses and fowl.

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