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Updated at 7:39 PM

City Manager Eric Swanson, left, and City Attorney John Huttl joined others throughout the Rogue Valley and the U.S. in taking the ALS (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) Ice Bucket Challenge on Thursday. Swanson's aunt had ALS, a degenerative nerve disorder also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, and Huttl's wife is currently battling the disease. Swanson and Huttl had buckets of ice poured over them outside City Hall. Donations to the ALS Foundation at http://www.alsa.org have reached...

Updated at 7:29 PM

Property owners who have abandoned their houses or neglected them by allowing accumulations of trash or weeds could soon find themselves facing foreclosure actions by city officials.

Updated at 7:20 PM

GOLD HILL — The city with a history of write-in-only elections will see at least one candidate for every available position on the Nov. 4 ballot.The candidates' applications come on the heels of an unsuccessful recall election...

Updated at 7:16 PM

Local drug enforcement officers Wednesday arrested a Medford man to cap off a month-long investigation into him allegedly dealing methamphetamine.

Updated at 7:03 PM

The Medford City Council agreed to consider new rules requiring a longer period to hold items sold at pawn shops as well as to take require photos of all goods brought in for sale.

Updated at 6:54 PM

A tip about reckless driving on Interstate 5 near Salem led to the arrest of a Medford man who was allegedly driving a stolen sport utility vehicle.When another driver called police to complain about a reckless driver in a GMC...

Updated at 6:49 PM

U.S. Cellular has named Kelly Daugherty retail area sales manager for Medford.Daugherty joined U.S. Cellular in June 2008 and was promoted to performance support manager in Yakima, Wash. Last year, he was named performance management...

Updated at 6:38 PM

The Klamath County sheriff's deputy who was shot twice during a Wednesday traffic stop in Klamath Falls began his law enforcement career in the Rogue Valley.

Posted at 6:35 PM

SALEM — Oregon's voter participation rate hit a near record low for the modern era in the May primary. That begs the question: Why? Did voters sit out because there weren't many high-profile races, something that's naturally...

Updated at 5:42 PM

A federal judge Wednesday denied a request by irrigation suppliers in California's Central Valley to stop emergency water releases intended to help salmon hundreds of miles away in the Klamath Basin survive the drought.

Updated at 5:34 PM

Kids Unlimited Academy Public Charter School kicked off the school year Tuesday with 100 new students, a new principal, a new cafeteria menu, a shiny new playground, several new classrooms and offices, and a new name.

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