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Stranger Things has been an unqualified success for Netflix. Discussion of the '80s throwback sci-fi series has been ubiquitous on social media since its July premiere. Its critical approval is evidenced by its high Metacritic score. And while Netflix doesn't...

Updated at 1:31 AM

Jacksonville Police Chief David Towe talks about the effort that found missing runner Ashley Laird.

Updated at 11:42 PM

[Warning: This article contains spoilers about the finale of HBO's The Night Of. Read at your own risk!] "How about a series with a cop who doesn't give a sh--?" That's the TV pitch one of Detective...

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Despite Mother Nature's attempt to end the evening just after qualifying time trials, Sheldon Haudenschild cruised on to score his sixth Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions victory of the 2016 season on Sunday night at Millstream Speedway.

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Assault — Tamie Sue Deel, 40, of the 900 block of Edwards Street, Medford. Medford police arrested Deel Saturday on a felony charge of fourth-degree domestic violence assault, and on a misdemeanor charge of harassment. She...

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WILLIAMS — Josephine County's growing marijuana industry is experiencing growing pains. The number of medical marijuana grow sites in the county has remained steady from a year ago, at about 2,500. But growers who sell to...

Posted at 11:01 PM

A 30-year-old urban renewal agency has either outlived its welcome or could be reborn to address the ongoing blight problems that still exist around downtown Medford, city officials say. "I don't think MURA (Medford Urban Renewal...

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GOLD HILL — A new series by Southern Oregon Public Television, based around the legends and lore of local towns, will debut at 8 p.m. Sept. 6, with a jam-packed premier episode of stories from the valley's tiniest gold rush...

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Why did the highway department fill in the safety rumble strips to the right of I-5? They were a blessing for drowsy drivers. — Jerry H., by email And drowsy drivers will continue to be...

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PHOENIX — Phoenix High School teacher Jeremy Kennedy has been named Oregon's Agriculture Teacher of the Year. The National Association of Agricultural Educators announced the honor at its conference earlier this...

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City leaders don't get it Brian Sjothun, Medford city manager. Really? The mayor and City Council just don't get it. For $150,000, we deserve and want candidates, yes, even "outsiders," with city management experience...

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