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Defense attorneys for the former CIA officer convicted of giving classified information to a New York Times reporter urged a federal judge on Friday to sentence their client in line with the terms faced by other so-called leakers — noting that not 24 hours prior, a retired general and ex-CIA director was given mere probation in a similar case.

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One story always goes viral from prom season but this one has a different twist to it: a straight guy asking his gay friend, who always organizes school dances but never gets asked, to prom.

Updated at 11:45 PM

The Grants Pass track and field teams swept the team titles, while the South Medford boys finished in second place and North Medford girls captured second in the Bob Newland Track and Field Classic at South Medford High on Friday.The...

Posted at 2:00 AM

EUGENE — Sophomore left-hander Pat Moore pitched a pair of no-hit shutouts as the South Medford softball team cruised past South Eugene in a doubleheader sweep during Southwest Conference action at South Eugene High Friday.

Updated at 11:32 PM

NEW YORK — Having committed to reach 24 teams by the end of the decade, Major League Soccer intends to develop additional expansion plans within six months.MLS launched with 12 teams in 1996 and cut to 10 in 2002. There are 20 this...

Posted at 11:01 PM

Felony arrestsDrugs — Jessica Lynn Dodd, 25, of the 100 block of East Trail Creek Road, Trail. Jackson County sheriff's deputies Friday arrested Dodd on charges of possession of methamphetamine and failure to appear...

Posted at 11:01 PM

ScienceWorks Hands-On Museum in Ashland will hold its 12th annual Science of Wine dinner, wine tasting and auction Thursday, April 30, at Ashland Springs Hotel.The fundraiser one of two big money-makers ScienceWorks hosts each year to...

Posted at 11:01 PM

The Evans Valley Education and Community Center will host the second annual Elk Mountain Highland Games and May Day Festival May 2 in Wimer.The festival fuses historic and modern skills while paying homage to nature and welcoming the...

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The Associated PressA failed land deal that would have returned part of the former Klamath Indian Reservation to the Klamath Tribes has tribal leaders now eyeing the Fremont-Winema National Forest.Staff for Oregon...

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Victors write historyAs I read the pros and cons in the Sunday Mail Tribune over the history book flap, I reminded myself that the victor writes the history. This truth is germane to the history book flap. Currently,...

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We welcome Michael Schill, law dean at the University of Chicago, to his new position as the president of the University of Oregon.The 56-year-old Schill was introduced as the new president during a press conference last week. At first...

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