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Medford's new police station takes shape

Updated at 7:53 PM

The CW released the first official photo of Supergirl's

Updated at 7:14 PM

Wednesday's episode of Mr. Robot included a cryptic scene between Whiterose (

Posted at 6:25 PM

PENDLETON — A farm in Eastern Oregon has abandoned its plan to add a new housing development for 200 to 800 seasonal workers, saying it will instead consider other options to fill its labor needs. Threemile Canyon Farms announced...

Updated at 6:23 PM

The state will honor a Medford battalion chief who suffered smoke inhalation during the 2010 Oak Knoll fire in Ashland, which led to his untimely death. Mark Burns will be added to the state's Fallen Firefighters Memorial at the Oregon...

Updated at 6:19 PM

Lithia Motors reported second-quarter revenue and bottom-line gains Thursday while indicating it's on the hunt for new franchises and dealerships. The Medford auto retailer's revenue increased $136.4 million, or 7 percent, to $2.1 billion...

Updated at 5:55 PM

A recruiting firm hired by the Medford City Council didn't recommend Rob Patridge for the city manager position because it said he lacked relevant experience. The Mail Tribune obtained a copy of Waters Consulting...

Updated at 5:48 PM

BEND — A body found off a rural highway has been identified as that of a young woman who went missing early Sunday, police said Thursday. An autopsy revealed 23-year-old Kaylee Sawyer died of blunt force trauma, but no more...

Updated at 5:41 PM

Eads Furniture & Appliance will call it a day at the end of August. In some ways, it was just a matter of time before one of the longest running enterprises in Southern Oregon shuttered. Tucked away between South Riverside Avenue...

Updated at 5:25 PM

TALENT — From time to time, Bob Hackett has taken a whack at the bulging sea of nonnative Himalayan blackberries that envelope a stretch of Wagner Creek that runs through his five-acre property. "It's so overgrown and utterly...

Updated at 5:04 PM

A 76-year-old Medford woman told a federal judge today she stole six figures' worth of public assistance because she was supporting her nine children and grandchildren by herself. "I knew I was doing wrong, and I'm sorry I did it, but I was...

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