Brown grew up in Roseburg and says she can't be there to support the community, but she can inspire people in Lane County to support her hometown.
Dr. Rita Cavin, president of Umpqua Community College, spoke at a media event Sunday afternoon about students and staff returning to the campus.
A pastor whose daughter survived last week's deadly rampage in a college classroom told his congregation on Sunday that "violence will not have the last word" in this southern Oregon timber town.
Officials say the status of the other two patients remains the same; one is critical and the other is in fair condition.
As students recover from the shooting that took place Friday at Umpqua Community College, people nationwide have been reaching out to help the community and those impacted by the tragedy.
"I know my daughter's very strong and going to get through this."
Runners and walkers woke up early Sunday morning for the sixth annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. The event began at the Valley River Center. Several hundred people showed up for the 5-K Fun Run. Proceeds from the event go to support cancer research.
With 361 yards on the ground and a total of three turnovers forced, some minor questions were answered for the Ducks as they beat Colorado 41-24 in Boulder, bouncing back from their worst loss in Autzen Stadium history, a 62-20 beating suffered from conference rival Utah a week prior.
Tabatha Brown, a Roseburg native, is planning a candlelight vigil at Alton Baker Park Sunday night.
Sunday marked the premiere of "Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson" across Sinclair Broadcast Group stations.