Monday evening, the U.S. Senate decided to not defund Planned Parenthood. Many community members were happy with this decision, but others wished it would have gone the other way.
The last time Duck fans saw Pharaoh Brown on the football field was in Salt Lake City where he was carted off after suffering from a gruesome knee injury.
The Lane County search and Rescue responded to a water rescue Friday afternoon at Armitage Park.
Campfires - even in official fire rings at established campgrounds - are banned in most Siuslaw National Forest campgrounds east of Highway 101, the USDA Forest Service said.
The Northwest is known for its award-winning beer and wine selection, but without the science behind the scenes, these beverages wouldn’t have such a distinguished reputation.
The Stouts Fire grew slightly over the past 24 hours, but crews are taking advantage of the lower temperatures, higher humidity, and cloud cover. As of Tuesday, it was burning more than 15,000 acres.
The week the KMTR morning crew is in the kitchen with Chef Mahi from Centennial Market in Springfield. Chef Mahi is cooking bacon curry with sweet potato.
NFL training camps are already underway and Marcus Mariota has the next month to get accustomed to the pro game.
Construction on a new crosswalk near Thurston High School began Monday morning.
Residents forced to evacuate last week in the face of the Stouts Fire were allowed to return to their homes on Sunday.
The Douglas County Sheriff's Office on Sunday morning said residents of Upper Cow Creek Road who were on a Level Three GO! evacuation can return to their homes.
The area remains under a Level Two SET evacuation notice. Level Two indicates there is still significant danger to your area, and residents should be ready to evacuate at a moment’s notice, the sheriff's office said.