Emergency crews responded to the crash around 7:50 a.m. Tuesday.
By 8:40 a.m., the Oregon Department of Transportation reported minimal delays in the area.
Alycia Wodke’s competitive talent came at a young age. When she was in the sixth grade she was already competing with on the eighth grade team. Now a senior in high school, Wodke is trying to lead her team to successful season.
Last season, the Willamette Wolverines Girl’s Volleyball team made it all the way to the 5A state title game, an unforgettable experience for Wodke.
"We finally made it to that spot, I mean first time ever at Willamette so I was super proud that we did that as a team together,” the Prep Athlete of the Week said.
“The biggest thing I've tried to grow at is a leader. I think my freshman year I struggled trying to get people to play with me and you know I'm still working at that every day so I can make my team work together as a group so we can win together.”
Police found three Molotov cocktails at a Scio High School student's house after a teacher overheard the 17-year-old threaten to throw the fire bombs at police cars, the Linn County Sheriff said
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The man at the center of a 2011 sex abuse investigation is in the Lane County Jail after he was found in Texas, Springfield Police detectives said.
Jeffrey Randall Woods is accused of sexually abusing two young girls in the Springfield area, Springfield PD Detective Lewis said.
Officials said Woods was booked into the Lane County Jail Thursday night where he faces four counts of first-degree sex abuse and seven counts of first-degree sodomy; both are felony crimes.
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A man died Friday morning in a barn fire off Highway 58 near Pleasant HIll, fire officials said.
President Obama delivered a prime-time address to the nation Wednesday, outlining a strategy for taking on the Sunni militant group known as ISIS - or the Islamic State of Syria and Iraq.
The President said he aims to "degrade and ultimately destroy" ISIS, authorizing airstrikes in Syria and expanding strikes in Iraq.
In the address, Obama issued an order dispatching nearly 500 U.S. troops to Iraq to help the country’s security forces defend against the growing ISIS militant presence.
Wildfires can leave behind a charred landscape, however University of Oregon researchers find it also provides a building opportunity for local communities.
Cassandra Moseley, a spokesperson for the U of O’s Ecosystem Workforce Program, said research shows wildfires provide positive impacts to the local labor market.
“That can be people that run big pieces of equipment or fire crews who are supporting them providing food and lodging and other technical support for large fires,” said Moseley.
An 81-year-old man fired his shotgun at an aluminum boat Monday afternoon when two boaters used the man's private dock along the Siuslaw River to load their disabled boat onto a trailer, Oregon State Police said.
The criticism following a video of NFL star Ray Rice knocking his then-fiancee unconscious opened up a conversation on why people stayed in abusive relationships and their decision to leave the abuser.
Peggy Whalen said many of the shared stories are familiar. Abusers often say they will change, and victims will often want to believe that from the person they love. In some cases, she said, victims stay because the abuser threatens them or their children's lives.
Some are calling the trending conversations behind #WhyIStayed and #WhyILeft powerful, courageous, and a "hashtag of hope".