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.
Lightning sparked more than a dozen new fires on the Umpqua Natonal Forest on Saturday.
One person was taken to the hospital after a crash involving an SUV and a commercial truck on Interstate 5 near Creswell on Monday, August 3, 2015.
The 911 caller told police a stranger had knocked at her front door and tried to turn the knob Saturday morning. Then the man took off his pants and underwear, the caller told police.
Officials with the Oregon State Fair are holding a recruitment event this Tuesday in hopes of hiring between 300 and 400 temporary employees.
West Coast photographers have been busy getting great videos of the power and beauty of nature lately, so it's a perfect time to feature a few new videos.
The Coast Guard has launched an official investigation into what exactly happened Saturday afternoon along the Willamette River during Flugtag USA.
Vendors, musicians, families, and beer connoisseurs filled the streets of Eugene’s Whiteaker neighborhood for the 9th annual Whiteaker Block Party August 1, 2015.
As the bee population declines across the nation, there’s a strong local push in Eugene and Springfield to raise awareness and make a change.
A woman who accused three University of Oregon basketball players of raping her last year has dropped her lawsuit against the school's basketball coach for Title IX violations.