The foot traffic in and out of an abandoned house needs to stop - and the owner needs to bring the home up to code and clean up the mess, City of Springfield staff hope.
With an assist from Filbert — a furry, buck-toothed denizen of the Oregon Zoo’s Cascade Stream and Pond habitat — scientists at Oregon State University are preparing to sequence the genome of our state animal, the North American beaver.
A 5-year-old boy was bit by a rattlesnake Friday morning at a public park, according to a fire department spokesperson.
Medical marijuana dispensaries can legally sell recreational marijuana starting October 1.
For Eugene OG Dispensary, that means doubling their staff from 4 to 8 employees.
"We've got a lot of good product right now," said co-owner Lawrence Siskind. "We've got new employees also, so things are working out as we're planning, and there's still a lot of things to do."
Two men are dead after a lengthy standoff in Eugene Friday, according to the Eugene Police Department.
A housing project near the Willamette River remains on hold as residents question whether the development fits the neighorhood.
Police plan to crack down on distracted driving in Corvallis as part of a TAP: a tactical action plan.
The Northwest Youth Corps worked to restore the stone steps at Skinner Butte Park during a 5-week summer program.
According to the city’s website, the improvement project started in early June. We're now well into the second month and parts of Jackson Street are closed off.
The building was part of a multiuse structure that also housed Linn County office buildings, including a sheriff's substation, the city library, and a few shops for city equipment.