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Oregon legislators are considering a bill to legalize and license medical marijuana retailers, calling it a step toward reining in abuses of the state's 15-year-old effort to allow people to use pot for therapy.
Phat Kat Tattoo owner Jeff Rahenkamp is opening part of the former Shenanigans in downtown Medford and will call it The Pub.
"Growing your own food is like printing your own money," says Ron Finley, the " Guerilla Gardener ," a successful clothing designer and artist who's turned empty lots in his Los Angeles neighborhood into urban gardens for underprivileged families.
Michael Patrick Bradley, 42, of the 600 block of East Archwood Drive, Eagle Point.
The proposed One West Main office and retail building is shown in this artist's rendition, looking east at the corner of West Main and South Fir streets.
Police say they have identified 15 to 20 suspects in a mail-theft ring that allegedly struck about 800 Jackson County mailboxes, as investigators continue to assess the "havoc" created in victims' finances.
The winner will receive four cases of wine with all bottles valued at more than $50, including a 2002 RoxyAnn Winery Claret from Medford, 2011 Elevens made with Rogue Valley grenache and 2003 Estate Tempranillo from Abacela in Roseburg.
Medford police played a cat-and-mouse game Monday afternoon with a wanted felon who sped so dangerously on downtown residential streets that officers repeatedly backed off their pursuits to ensure no one got hurt.
With all the changes brought about by the Affordable Health Care Act, do I have more choices when it comes to filling prescriptions? Is it easier or harder to change locations because of the new law? For all the winds of change blown out of Washington, D.C., in recent times, prescriptions are largely unscathed, we here at SYA world headquarters are ... (more)
A semitrailer tipped over onto a concrete guardrail at the southbound on-ramp at the north Medford interchange of Interstate 5 Sunday afternoon.
Glass Act, featuring glass art by Rogue Valley artists Evie Ault, Darla Baack, Mike Korpa and Randall Perkins, will be displayed through Friday, June 21, at Rogue Gallery and Art Center, 40 S. Bartlett St., Medford.
A methadone clinic, which is being forced to move because it is too close to a day-care center, has found a new home at 777 Murphy Road near two pediatric centers and next to some unhappy neighbors.
A one-casino-per-tribe policy in Oregon faces a tough test as the Coquille Indian Tribe pursues a Medford gaming operation.