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MailTribune.com Mail Tribune Ten candidates are vying for two judicial vacancies at the Jackson County Circuit Court. Gov. John Kitzhaber announced earlier this month he was looking for a couple of local lawyers to fill the seats of Judge Daniel L...
MailTribune.com A months-long investigation ended Wednesday with the arrest of a man drug investigators suspect was getting large amounts of methamphetamine from California for distribution to other dealers in Jackson County. The Medford Area Drug
Non-criminal citations such as traffic violations and minors in possession of tobacco in Central Point will likely be handled by Jackson County's Justice Court starting in July. An intergovernmental agreement between the two entities goes before the
June 14 The Kansas City Star Serving a 70-year prison sentence for a rape he didn't commit, Robert E...More News In late 2011, Jackson County prosecutors working through cold cases sought testing for a much different reason: to find Nelson's
edford man arrested for allegedly trying to snatch a 5-year-old boy from his mother in west Medford has a long history of mental illness, and he had been displaying increasingly dangerous behaviors for weeks, concerned family members say.
MailTribune.com Details of a murder-for-hire plot allegedly hatched by the sister of a Medford man accused of killing his wife were released at her bail hearing on Monday in Jackson County Circuit Court. Genetta Huddleston-Coradetti is accused of
MailTribune.com Mail Tribune A White City former foster parent pleaded guilty Monday to second-degree felony assault and was sentenced to nearly three years in prison for holding the feet of a 1-year-old girl in scalding bath water after she
MailTribune.com Mail Tribune Gov. John Kitzhaber is looking for a couple of local attorneys to fill two soon-to-be-vacant judicial positions on the Jackson County Circuit Court bench...Philip Arnold is scheduled to leave on Sept. 1, according to a
MailTribune.com Mail Tribune Jackson County lawyers recently claimed the top prize in a statewide fundraising competition that helps provide free civil legal services for poor and elderly Oregonians. The annual Campaign for Equal Justice fundraiser
MailTribune.com Mail Tribune The sister of a Medford man accused of killing his wife pleaded not guilty Thursday to multiple Measure 11 charges alleging her involvement in plotting the murder of a star witness scheduled to testify against her brother.