Looking at Levi Dean, the 6-foot-6 senior center for Churchill High School, you'd think he had played basketball his entire life.
That assumption is far from the reality.
The University of Oregon student diagnosed last week with a potentially deadly disease has stabilized, Lane County Public Health said.
Three men broke into a home early Friday morning, bound the arms and feet of the residents at gunpoint and made off with weapons, cash and marijuana, the Lane County Sheriff's Office said.
A woman may have been drugged and sexually assaulted at a University of Oregon residence hall Saturday.
U mad bro? They're three little words that thrust Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman into the national spotlight a few years ago, and they're words he's still answering questions about today.
The defending Super Bowl champions play the New England Patriots #LiveOnKMTR Sunday, February 1, in Super Bowl XLIX at 3:30 p.m. PT.
A Fairview family has a bone to pick with whoever is ruining their holiday tradition of turning their yard into a postcard of the current season. So far, they're out a couple hundred bucks, but they don’t want to lose any more.
Many of the Oregon schools with the largest percentages of students unvaccinated against one or more diseases are in Lane County, according to the most recent numbers available.
Thirteen Oregon schools have Nonmedical Exemption Rates of 50 percent or greater, according to the most recent list dated January 2014.
Of those, 3 are in Lane County.
All told, there are 25 schools in Lane County where at least 1 in 10 students have a nonmedical exemption to one or more vaccine.
Will your measles shots from childhood still protect you? Do you need a booster shot? We get answers from the health department.
A spunky little 7-year-old-girl, who had a cough and sniffles, may be in the hospital for months, paralyzed by a rare strain of Enterovirus. Medical experts are trying to figure out if the virus is the cause of Accute Flaccid Myelitis that has left McKenzie Andersen only able to wiggle her fingers and toes.
Dr. Richard Leman, public health physician with the Oregon Public Health Division, discusses efforts underway to figure out if there is a connection between paralysis (limb weakness) and Enterovirus in two children.