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Medford police recruitment video produced in 2014. A few seconds of footage were recently found being used in an apparent ISIS propaganda video.

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Medford Rogues third baseman Spencer Steer was named the Great West League player of the year and 11 of his teammates garnered league honors after recent voting by GWL managers. Steer, who will be a freshman at the University of Oregon, was...

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  As things stand now in late August, this year of 2016 is likely to end with Chicago covered with plenty of glory. Political polls currently indicate that our next U.S. president will be Chicago native  Hillary Rodham Clinton. Her two-term...

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EUGENE — City workers in Eugene have pruned 11 large rosebushes that line the entry into the Owen Rose Garden next to the Willamette River in an attempt to deter illegal camping by homeless people. The Register-Guard reports that...

Updated at 5:55 PM

WICHITA, Kan. — Law enforcement officials in Kansas cannot stop and search motorists just for having out-of-state license plates from states that have legalized marijuana, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday. The 10th Circuit Court...

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The big reveal of Gotham's Season 2 finale was that Hugo Strange (

Updated at 5:44 PM

Pot smokers are paying even more in taxes than state officials thought they would. According to figures released Monday by the Oregon Department of Revenue, Oregon's recreational marijuana sales tax has generated $25.5 million...

Updated at 5:37 PM

An apparent propaganda video being attributed to the terrorist group ISIS includes a few seconds of footage that shows Medford police officers on the job. The video, which is more than 19 minutes long, is thought to be a recruitment tool...

Updated at 5:36 PM

SEATTLE — Attorneys for victims and family members in the deadly 2014 landslide in Washington state have accused state lawyers of orchestrating a fraud to hide the truth by deleting emails between defense expert witnesses. In a...

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Local report As part of its mosquito control efforts, Jackson County Vector Control District will accept old automobile tires from from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 24, through Saturday, Aug. 27. Tires may be...

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