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Updated at 8:21 PM

Billy Eichner of Billy on the Street is really good at getting

Updated at 7:06 PM

Here's what you need to know about the controversy swirling around Doug Breidenthal, Jackson County commissioner, who's facing an ethics probe regarding $73,000 in travel expenses and a separate $10,500 account paid by private donors:

Updated at 6:46 PM

The Jackson County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to remove Commissioner Doug Breidenthal as chairman of the board in light of an ethics probe.

Updated at 6:40 PM

A Jacksonville teen who was charged as an adult in a rape case pleaded guilty to lesser charges Tuesday, with the expectation that he'll be able to serve his sentence in a facility for youths. Jeremiah Freemyers, who turned 18 on Nov. 26,...

Updated at 6:37 PM

The two people suspected of stabbing a man in west Medford Monday before engaging in a three-hour standoff with police reportedly had been in an ongoing dispute with the victim. Investigators named the...

Updated at 6:35 PM

For someone as genuinely nice as Tyrone Holmes is off the field, it’s amazing to consider the contrast in how difficult he makes life for quarterbacks when he’s on it. Holmes was regarded as one of the more affable players...

Updated at 6:32 PM

The Medford School District has outgrown its elementary schools, especially with the addition of full-day kindergarten, and now district officials are trying to decide whether relocating sixth-graders to middle schools is the answer. In...

Updated at 6:31 PM

More Americans acquired a new set of wheels last month than in any November since 2001. The broader trend apparently held true in the Rogue Valley as well. "November was good, but the whole year has been up over last year...

Updated at 6:25 PM

Two Jackson County commissioners have objected to Commissioner Doug Breidenthal sending his written response to an ethics probe to their personal email accounts. Commissioner Colleen Roberts said she received emails last week from...

Updated at 6:22 PM

PORTLAND — A retired Army officer who worked in the ROTC office at the University of Portland has filed a lawsuit claiming his co-workers discriminated against him because of disabilities he suffered in combat in Iraq and...

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