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UPDATED: Tue., Jan. 22, 2019, 7:59 p.m.

Oregon rancher uses inflatable dancer to shoo wolves

A rancher in Jackson County who has had gray wolves eat his livestock is now using a lime-green inflatable dancing man to keep the predators at bay.


Woman sues Oregon restaurant because of skewer ingestion

An Oregon woman seeks $500,000 in a lawsuit against a popular Ashland restaurant, contending she damaged her digestive system by swallowing a fragment from a wooden skewer.


County considers changing name of Dead Indian Memorial Road

Commissioners in Jackson County, Oregon, are considering whether to change the name of Dead Indian Memorial Road.


Boy, 6, found in Oregon car trunk; critically injured

Authorities say a 6-year-old boy in southern Oregon was flown to a hospital after his parents discovered him in the trunk of a car, suffering from a heat-related illness.


Firm building 35,000-square-foot hangar at Medford airport

Private Boeing 737s parked on the Medford airport tarmac will soon have a garage.


Oregon city bans outdoor marijuana gardens

A new local ordinance in Medford has banned growing marijuana in backyards.


Cost of Oregon Shakespeare Festival tickets increase

The price of tickets for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival is rising for 2017. The Mail Tribune reported Tuesday that tickets range from $67 to $140 for the season that opens …


12-year-old arrested in mom’s death, sister’s stabbing

A 12-year-old boy is suspected of fatally stabbing his mother and wounding his sister.


Turkeys cause power outages in Oregon town

A flock of wild turkeys, long considered menaces to one Oregon town, have sparked new ire after causing power outages in the eastern part of Medford.


Man who threatened President Obama on social media denied release

A federal judge has ordered a Medford man convicted of using social media to threaten President Barack Obama to remain jailed because of concerns that he’s still a threat to …


Klamath Falls pair arrested on human trafficking charge

Two Klamath Falls residents are facing prostitution charges related to what police say could be a widespread human trafficking ring.


Oregon woman pleads guilty to animal abuse; avoids jail

A southern Oregon woman who had nearly 60 animals removed from her property last winter has been sentenced to perform 240 hours of community service and pay the veterinary bills.


3 wolf attacks on cattle confirmed in southern Oregon

MEDFORD, Ore. – Authorities say wolves killed two calves and wounded a third last week in western Klamath County. The Mail Tribune reports the area where the animals were killed …


Too much lead: Water shut off at 2 Medford grade schools

Drinking water has been shut off at two Medford schools after officials said tests revealed it contained too much lead.


Oregon man with pipe bombs arrested for threatening Obama

Federal authorities have arrested a Medford man who they say made online comments threatening President Barack Obama and had several pipe bombs in his apartment.


Horizon to base crews here again

Horizon Air is re-establishing Spokane as a crew base for pilots and attendants, changing an 11-year practice of having crews spend a night in area hotels before leaving the next …