Police arrested Steven Mejia, 23, of Eugene on charges of Sexual Misconduct and Delivery of a Controlled Substance Schedule II Methamphetamine.
Oregon State University has a new parking and transportation plan in the works that could double permit costs in some areas on campus.
Faculty and staff now pay $267 annually for parking permits while students pay $195 for a parking pass.
If OSU’s parking draft is passed, it would create 10 different parking zones. Each zone would be priced differently based on the popularity of the location, meaning the most congested area could cost up to $550. Inversely the least congested would be as low as 50 dollars.
A bicyclist was hit by a pickup truck Wednesday evening along Highway 99, Eugene Police said.
The cyclist, a 40-year-old woman, was taken to the hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries, police officials said.
Jack Phillips admits he's lucky after steel beams crashed through the cab of his semi truck
A rare one-of-a-kind car that's used as a teaching tool at a community college in Olympia has been ordered crushed by Chrysler.
Deputy state medical examiner Dr. Dan Davis, testimony concluded the prosecution's case Wednesday in the trial of Johan Gillette, accused of killing his father and his father's partner.
The witness described the extensive injuries sustained by both James Gillette and Anne McLucas the night of September 7, 2012.
In one of the first experiments to explore the influence of fashion dolls, an Oregon State University researcher has found that girls who play with Barbie dolls see fewer career options for themselves than for boys.
Ash Wednesday is the one day of the year where Christians wear their faith on their foreheads.
For the first time, the Episcopal Church is bringing the ritual distribution of ashes out to the streets and sidewalks of Eugene and Springfield.
After a mostly dry winter, late season snow has more people returning to the Cascades to enjoy the final few weeks of winter.
And Sisters is a small mountain town with big charm.
Heavy snow is a welcome sign in the Cascades.
The elusive snowfall has been a late arrival this season.
“It was just killing us, from November, almost through the end of January, the snow finally showed up and it's just been fantastic ever since,” skier Erik Hoefer said. Hoefer drove from Stayton to ski at Hoodoo.
After mammoth-sized snowfall in February, it's ski season on the mountain, but construction season in the town of Sisters. The town is undergoing a project to repave Highway 20.
If you're having a hard time catching enough shut eye, don't despair. Sacred Heart at Riverbend is hosting a sleep clinic March 5-7, running tests to find out what problems are causing people to lose sleep at night.
Researchers take sleepers Body Mass Index, measure neck circumference, and ask a few sleep habit questions.