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SALEM (AP) — New state data show that Oregonians are returning fewer beverage bottles to redeem their 5-cent deposit, putting the state on track to double the deposit to 10 cents per bottle in 2017.Figures released by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission on Wednesday showed that just over 68 percent of bottles were redeemed in 2014, down nearly three points from the year before.Under a 2011 law aimed at stemming the downward trend in bottle redemption, the deposit is...

Updated at 1:26 PM

SALEM (AP) — New state data show that Oregonians are returning fewer beverage bottles to redeem their 5-cent deposit.The data show the state is on track to double the deposit to 10 cents per bottle in 2017.Figures released by...

Updated at 12:25 PM

Local reportThe Oregon Department of Forestry said at midday Saturday that the Stouts fire burning in southern Douglas County has grown to 8,500 acres, an increase of 2,000 acres from Friday. The fire growth was to the...

Posted at 1:10 PM

Grab your tissues and prepare your goodbyes, Downton Abbey fans. We finally know when...

Posted at 9:10 AM

Producer Tom Werner, who worked with

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