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Updated at 8:52 PM

EUGENE — John Neal is ready to let go of the rope. The tug-of-war for Charles Nelson appears to be over. Neal, Oregon’s longtime secondary coach, is confident his deeper and more experienced group will be able to thrive without the football Swiss Army Knife that is Nelson, who has returned to wide receiver this spring. “What we asked Charles to do last year was really a team sacrifice,” Neal said. “He did it, but it’s not easy to...

Updated at 8:45 PM

Apartment complex on West Main Street has strong demand from renters.

Updated at 8:44 PM

Actress Doris Roberts, best known for playing Marie Barone on

Updated at 8:02 PM

Tyren Wolfe said he felt pretty good heading into Saturday’s prestigious Oregon Relays at Hayward Field on the University of Oregon campus. After his four events, the North Medford senior sprinter’s feelings turned from pretty...

Updated at 8:01 PM

The mercury keeps rising to new heights in Medford this month as the city set yet another record high today, the fifth new record so far this month. Temperatures peaked at 91 degrees at 4:47 p.m. at the Medford airport, easily eclipsing the...

Posted at 8:00 PM

Medford schools Superintendent Brian Shumate on Monday presented his plan for getting the district back to a balanced budget in 2016-17, including eliminating seven secondary teaching positions and making cuts in two programs launched just a year...

Updated at 7:48 PM

Joe Manganiello is 'recovering' and pulled out of charity event due to 'health issues'

Updated at 6:11 PM

Opponents of Costco Wholesale's relocation to southeast Central Point have filed an intent to appeal with the state Land Use Board of Appeals. Land-use planner Calvin Martin of Jacksonville and retired Ashland attorney Mark Haneberg are...

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