Photo courtesy South Lane Fire and Rescue
Two bodies found in the ashes of a Creswell-area house fire last week have not yet been identified.
"The fire burned so hot that at this point we don't even know if the bodies are male or female," Sgt. Carrie Carver with the Lane County Sheriff's Office said.
The Lane County Medical Examiner’s Office is working to identify the victims.
Rescuers place the injured helicopter pilot on a gurney at the crash site.
A helicopter pilot is injured but apparently conscious after crashing in a rural area of Snohomish County, officials said.
A man robbed a sandwich shop at gunpoint Tuesday morning, Eugene Police said.
The Trader Joe's in downtown Boise. FILE Photo by JERRY MANTER -- KBOI2.com web producer
Wawona Packing says on its website that no illnesses have been reported and the recall is a precautionary measure.
A dog died almost instantly Sunday after jumping in an unmarked ditch near Table Rock that had geothermal water in it. Water district is now trying to fix the issue.
Traffic started moving on Hwy 26 east of Prineville on Tuesday, July 22, after a week-long closure due to fire.
An 18-mile stretch of highway closed by a wildfire July 15 opened to one-way traffic with a pilot car July 22.
»Play Video Flags of participating nations fly at Hayward Field in Eugene
The track world - literally - has arrived in TrackTown USA with this week's IAAF World Junior Championships, dubbed
"We may not be a large city Barcelona or New York City for that matter, but what we are is a city that believes in the sport and has for many, many years," said Vin Lananna, president of TrackTown USA.
That belief started a bid three years ago to bring the World Juniors to Eugene.
Eugene becomes the first city to host the event in the U.S.
It showed up almost overnight; a so-called hunting cabin that locals say looms over their peaceful valley.
»Play Video People gathered Friday in the parking lot of the Swanson Group's Springfield Plywood and Veneer plant, where the fire continued to burn.
The 250 employees who saw their jobs go up in smoke along with the Springfield Plywood and Veneer plant last week met Monday with the owner of the mill.
Millworkers received one of their last paychecks at the meeting at Springfield High School.
A representative of Swanson Group said it would take at least 2 years to rebuild the plant.
In mid-July 2014, a combination of lightning, parched forests and hot temperatures fueled dozens of wildfires in Canada and the northwestern United States. According to the Canadian government, 102 uncontrolled fires were burning in British Columbia on July 17, and there were 13 more in Alberta. Across the border, 33 uncontrolled fires were active in Washington and Oregon. (NASA image)
NASA satellite images from the 2014 fire season and past major wildfires