Montana State University has new technology that allows professors to detect plagiarism. The software "turn it in" was introduced campus wide in the fall of 2012. Jordan Moore takes a look at how it works
How much poultry will we gobble up this Thursday? Carl Azuz tallies up the reasons turkeys have *less* to be thankful for than the rest of us.
A Lakeside man knocked a teen unconscious after his son was elbowed in the face playing football in Lakeside, the Sheriff's office said.
In Georgia, a homeless is reaping the benefits of being honest. The man, down on his luck, returned a woman's stolen wallet and received a pretty cool reward from a hotel. Liz Artz reports.
Debra Gibbs, 43, of Shady Cove, was charged by the Sheriff's office with DUII and second degree manslaughter after a crash Sunday afternoon.
A man is dead after authorities say he was thrown from a vehicle during a crash Sunday afternoon in Jackson County. Deputies say the woman driving was drunk.
Comic book fans are took over the Austin Convention Center in Texas for comic con. Russell Wilde talks to some fans who say dressing up year-round is a way of life.
Jason Lee Lauritzen, 39, of Roseburg
Police say they arrested a Roseburg man Sunday afternoon, after his girlfriend was thrown from his vehicle during a fight.
When you were a kid, maybe you were pretty handy with an Etch-a-Sketch. But probably not as good as an artist in Louisville. Bennett Haeberle shows us the woman's work with a children's toy is drawing even more attention than her oil paintings.
»Play Video Apartment complexes near 17th Ave. and Hilyard St. in Eugene. Police officials say that two armed men broke into an apartment in this block and stole cash, cell phones and other valuables.
Two men are in custody after police say they robbed a home at gunpoint late Saturday night near the University of Oregon campus.
The suspects led police on a short car chase through the UO campus area before crashing at the intersection of Orchard St. and Franklin Blvd.
A new bill goes into effect this week that will impose harsher punishments for animal abusers in Oregon.
The bill increases punishment for animal neglect on several levels, a move local animal lovers hope will spur people into providing better care for their pets.