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The sharp fall in global commodity prices is starting to have an impact on North Korea, economists say, hurting a state that relies heavily on exports of minerals to keep its economy afloat — and its gargantuan military funded.

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Everyone who was in the original "Star Trek" TV series eventually came to terms with its pop-cult status, starting with the fact that "Star Trek" is a life sentence.

Updated at 12:20 AM

PORTLAND — After the Portland Trail Blazers overcame Russell Westbrook's third straight triple-double, Damian Lillard sensed his team was recapturing its form of earlier this season.Oklahoma City can only hope it didn't lose...

Updated at 12:18 AM

LOS ANGELES — By many measures, a historic event will happen when Ronda Rousey steps into the octagon with Cat Zingano in the main event of UFC 184 tonight.Two unbeaten mixed martial artists are facing off for a UFC title belt for...

Updated at 12:10 AM

TALENT — Rogue Valley Transportation District’s plan to move Route 10 from Talent Avenue onto busy Highway 99 starting March 23 has city officials worried about residents' safety.RVTD General Manager Julie Brown says the...

Updated at 12:07 AM

Pushing a 6.5-horsepower go-kart up to 45 mph indoors is an atypical way to celebrate an 86th birthday, but on Thursday night, Fred Onan had good company at Go Kart Hero in Medford."This is not some stuffy old birthday party," Onan...

Updated at 12:01 AM

PORTLAND — Crater was perfect, North Medford nearly duplicated the feat and Phoenix wasn’t far off Friday during their respective quarterfinals at the wrestling state tournament here at the Memorial Coliseum.With the clutch...

Updated at 11:57 PM

NYSSA — After a long drive, the Cascade Christian boys basketball team came up short in overtime against Nyssa in a first-round Class 3A state playoff contest on Friday.The Bulldogs prevailed, 68-61, to advance to the eight-team...

Updated at 11:55 PM

REDDING, Calif. — The Southern Oregon University softball team’s hot bats were held in check Friday afternoon in two losses at Simpson University — 7-0 against 10th-ranked Simpson and 5-4 against William Jessup in eight...

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Annual Travel Oregon Symposium scheduled The annual Travel Oregon Symposium is scheduled from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, March 16, at the Inn at the Commons, 220 N. Riverside Ave., downtown Medford.The event...

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Former Pacific Retirement Services manager Pat Brown has joining senior housing real estate company SummerPlace Development as project manager overseeing the development of SummerPlace Assisted Living and Memory Care...

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