According to the Alzheimer’s Association, 60,000 people in Oregon have Alzheimer’s. Hundreds in the Eugene community are affected by this disease and on Sunday, they walked to show their support.
Halloween is still 20 days away, but the pumpkin patches are already getting crowded. At Lone Pine Farms, people are going pumpkin picking earlier than expected.
Cyclists around Portland are already reporting lots of leaves on the road, which cause them major problems following a rain storm.
A barricade of community members, motorcycles and fire engines lined up outside of Rebecka Carnes’ funeral Saturday morning at South Umpqua High School.
It took crews nearly two hours to rescue a woman whose hand got stuck inside a floor drain at Fred Meyer.
According to TripCheck, an overturned camper caused delays on I-5 south of Roseburg Sunday.
The nail-biter of a game came to a close, and the Ducks found themselves dropping their third game of the season, losing to the Cougars 45-38 in double OT.
The sixth annual Umpqua Brew Fest took place in Roseburg Saturday. The event is put on by the Umpqua Watershed. Visitors can taste beer, ciders, and wine all for free.
President Obama used the Eugene airport as an access point for Air Force One; the plane was too big to fly into Roseburg. Many people gathered at the airport to get a glimpse of the president during his brief stop in Eugene.