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ASHLAND — Drowning their grief in coffee, chocolate and a nip of Irish whiskey, about two dozen town members joined five freshly laid-off workers Saturday on the front deck of the shuttered Beanery on Ashland Street to joke, toast, shoot selfies and swap tales of dear times over the last 43 years at Ashland’s first espresso house.The vat of coffee for the wake came from somewhere else, not “the Bean,” which was “immediately” closed with a...

Posted at 6:05 PM

Four advertisers and counting are pulling their advertising dollars from TLC's 19 Kids and...

Updated at 4:35 PM

U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley started his visit with hundreds of area seventh-graders Tuesday with two questions: How many students are planning to graduate high school? How many are planning to go to college? Most of the students in...

Updated at 4:30 PM

PORTLAND — A new lawsuit alleges federal immigration officials routinely delay issuing employment authorization documents to eligible immigrants and fail to issue interim documents, thwarting their ability to work legally.According...

Posted at 5:06 PM

[WARNING: The following contains Orphan Black spoilers from Saturday's episode. Read at your own risk!]It appears that

Posted at 4:00 PM

The Internet is the place where nothing goes to die.

Posted at 5:05 PM

There are a lot of new shows to watch coming out next season, but instead of slogging through the garbage, let the critics make it easier to narrow down which ones are worth watching. The Critics' Choice Awards announced Tuesday the eight new...

Updated at 3:54 PM

SALEM — The state Psychiatric Security Review Board is expected to decide Wednesday whether a Butte Falls man convicted of murder more than two decades ago will be released from the supervision of state authorities,...

Posted at 4:07 PM

Actress Keira Knightley is taking on her most difficult role yet: mom! The British actress gave...

Posted at 3:45 PM

Floodwaters kept rising Tuesday across much of Texas as storms dumped almost another foot of rain on the Houston area, stranding hundreds of motorists and inundating the famously congested highways that serve the nation's fourth-largest city.

Posted at 4:07 PM

It's an accepted fact that pretty much anything goes on summer TV. But even we were surprised when Fox announced

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