Allof these prospective employees knew one another: their jobs went up in smoke along with the Swanson Mill July 17 in Springfield.
The fire destroyed the mill, leaving 250 people out of work.
Even modern slides and other equipment roasts in the sunshine, reaching dangerous temperatures.
A Portland man believes someone maliciously took six of the eight lug nuts off a front tire while his family was camping at Detroit Lake. The tire flew off while his wife and two kids were driving on the highway Sunday.
The "If you can read this bumper sticker, you're too close" bumper sticker is getting a little help of the "protect and serve" variety: Officers with the Eugene Police Department's Traffic Enforcement Unit plan to focus on drivers who follow to close to other drivers on Beltline and I-105.
Fires burning in Central Oregon closed Highway 26 between Prineville and John Day on Tuesday. The road remained closed Wednesday, with no estimated time for reopening.
The season finale of “TrackTown Tuesday” promises to be the biggest ever. Come join us as we get ready to celebrate one week until the opening ceremonies of the IAAF World Junior Championships Oregon 2014.
Some troops lose their lives in the line of duty.
A tragic number take their own lives once they get back home.
According to an Oregon Health Authority Study, the suicide rate was significantly higher among veterans than among non-veterans for both males and females in Oregon between 2008 to 2012.
The study also found suicide is the leading cause of death among veterans under 45 years of age.
And the veteran suicide rate was higher in Lane County than the state average.
Police ask the public for information about criminal cases all the time.
Now a local defense attorney is asking for any witnesses to the events that left one man dead and the lawyer's client charged with murder.
As temperatures warm up across the region, people in Eugene-Springfield can cool off in air conditioned libraries, community centers, swimming pools and spray play areas in parks.
A Southeast Portland man comes face-to-face with a would-be prowler at his front door in the middle of the night all thanks to an elaborate home video surveillance system. You could say he’s the neighborhood watch.