A 27-year-old man was found dead Saturday morning when firefighters responded to a burning home in North Eugene.
Neighbors told police they thought they heard gunshots coming from the house on Woodside Drive at around 6:45 a.m. Saturday.
Fire and police found Tyler Wayne Alexander, 27, of Springfield, dead at the house after responding to the reports of smoke and possible gunfire coming from the house.
The Oregon Ducks stomped the California Golden Bears 15-3 in the second game of the three-game series, scoring an unheard of 15 runs in one inning. The players wore pink uniforms for the “Strike Out Cancer” breast cancer awareness game.
David Ray Taylor stands accused of murdering a Eugene man and then taking the man’s car to rob a bank in Mapleton.
The defense maintains that the murder was orchestrated by two accomplices to the robbery, and Taylor was not involved in the death of Celestino Gutierrez, 22, of Eugene.
The community rallied against anti-Semitism Friday after finding some troubling graffiti scrawled on a bulletin board in downtown Eugene earlier in the week.
The hateful message was found Wednesday on the announcement board at the Eugene Public Library.
“This particular flyer was an event, a talk at the University of Oregon that's happening on April 27 about the holocaust,” said Connie Bennett of the Eugene Public Library, “It ended up being a target for defamation.”
A caller reported seeing a mountain lion and its cub playing near the entrance to Maurie Jacobs Park to 9-1-1 dispatch workers this morning, Eugene Police said.
Officers responded to the park, however they couldn't find any evidence the cat had been there.
Police arrested a priest from Albany on encouraging sex abuse charges Thursday while following up on a child pornography investigation.
The tragic shooting death of K-9 officer Mick has moved many in the law enforcement community. The Springfield Justice Center's own K-9 units, like patrol officer Justin Myers and his K-9 partner Fedo, are also feeling the weight of that loss.
Oregon's unemployment sits below 7 percent after spiking during the 2008 financial crisis. Even though there has been a big decrease in the state’s unemployment rating, many Oregonians are having a hard time finding a job.
Job seekers suited up and brought their resumes to Lane Community College’s job fair on Thursday to get their foot in the door with potential employers.