A stage collapsed during a high school musical this week.
In a statement, Warren Winstein's family said his captors bear "ultimate responsibility" but note support from the U.S. government was "inconsistent and disappointing."
Weinstein, a 73-year-old development worker from Maryland, died in a U.S. drone strike while being held hostage.
The Oregon Senate bill approved a bill allowing motorcyclists to "lane split" - travel between cars when traffic slows to a crawl.
Hipster beards have become as much of a staple in the Rose City as public transportation and craft beer.
Kindergarten students from Howard Elementary School visited their new school, still under construction. The new building is paid for by a bond passed by voters in May 2013.
Tom Turner started with the Lane County Sheriff's Office in 1982, stationed as a deputy in Florence.
A man is canoeing from California to Washington to raise awareness about Lyme disease. Michael Nosbaum reached Roseburg on Thursday after paddling, pulling, and dragging his canoe on a cart.
Searchers from the Oregon Civil Air Patrol said the very weak signal from an Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) discovered Thursday afternoon was a false positive. The ELT was reported in the search area between Creswell and Vancouver where a plane went missing on Tuesday.
Every year there’s a trending new phone app. Now, it seems the greatest attraction among users is anonymity.
“Part of the popularity of anonymous apps is that there appear to be no consequences, no strings, I can say whatever I want,” said University of Oregon public relations instructor Kelli Matthews.
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NewsSource 16's Seena Sleem investigated the popular apps and the damage they cause. She'll have the full story #LiveOn KMTR Thursday night at 5:30, 6:30 and 11.
"Beauty and the Beast" will be the grand finale performance for the Rose Children's Theater's 2014-2015 season. It will be acted out by 62 kids from around Lane County.