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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota showed his toughness, staying in the game and not missing a play despite spraining his left MCL. Now Tennessee will see how quickly the Heisman Trophy winner heals. Coach Ken Whisenhunt said Monday an MRI exam showed Mariota sprained the MCL in his left knee when hit low by Dolphins defensive end Olivier Vernon during the second quarter of a 38-10 loss to Miami. The Titans wrap up a rare four-game home stand Sunday when...

Updated at 6:58 PM

CORVALLIS -- Gary Payton II liked what he heard from new coach Wayne Tinkle. Malcolm Duvivier wasn’t afraid of taking some “tough times” head on in rebuilding the Oregon State men’s basketball...

Updated at 5:56 PM

With Phase I built, filled and keeping Medford's Northgate Marketplace buzzing, Regency Centers is poised to embark on an ambitious Phase II. The original Alba Village development was sidetracked, stalled and redrawn before its new owners...

Updated at 5:39 PM

Armed police conducted a tense room-by-room search of a southeast Medford motel this afternoon after a report that a man had shot his girlfriend there, but the call turned out to be a hoax. No one was hurt during the two-hour ordeal at the...

Updated at 4:43 PM

A car-theft and burglary suspect released from jail last week is back in lockup after Ashland police found him asleep in a stolen car with a stolen gun.  Ashland police Chief Tighe O'Meara said Jacksonville resident Joshua Christopher...

Updated at 4:36 PM

Two Ashland residents were displaced from their home after cooking oil on a stove caught fire and belched black smoke throughout the residence.  Ashland Fire & Rescue Battalion Chief Dana Sallee said the house is owned by Southern...

Updated at 4:20 PM

4:15 p.m.: Medford police say a report of a possible shooting at the Best Western next-door turned out to be a hoax. Police searched each room at the Best Western, escorting some patrons to the motel office, after dispatch received a call...

Updated at 4:19 PM

Today's cool rain was enough to reduce most wildfire restrictions in Southern Oregon, but it wasn't a good enough soaker to end this year's fire season. The Oregon Department of Forestry this afternoon dropped the fire-danger level from...

Updated at 4:03 PM

A Medford man has been sentenced to five years in prison for his role in a burglary in which the victim was hit with a baseball bat and knocked unconscious. Brandon Lee Joseph, 24, of the 3300 block of Creek View Drive pleaded guilty Monday...

Updated at 2:00 PM

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