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Recent rains reduce fire restrictions in many areas

Recent rains reduce fire restrictions in many areas »Play Video

After a long drought, the rain finally came to parts of Oregon over the weekend. The showers allowed the Oregon Department of Forestry to ease up on their fire restrictions, but they’re still taking precautions and trying to avoid any new fires.

Fire tears through Lebanon golf course clubhouse

Fire tears through Lebanon golf course clubhouse
Photo from Lebanon Fire District

The Mallard Creek Golf Course clubhouse caught fire late Monday night in Lebanon.

Police: Suspect texted ex-wife saying ‘he had just murdered her lover boy’

Police: Suspect texted ex-wife saying ‘he had just murdered her lover boy’ »Play Video

Two men are dead after a lengthy standoff in South Eugene Friday, according to the Eugene Police Department. Police responded to shots fired in 2100 block of McLean Boulevard in South Eugene Friday. Now, police say the long ordeal is likely headed to a murder and suicide investigation.

Sheriff: Mayor of small Oregon town busted with meth

Sheriff: Mayor of small Oregon town busted with meth
Cletus Moore, 68, and Chrisopther Kosack, 39.

Deputies arrested the mayor of Idanha, Ore., after finding methamphetamine in the car he was driving, the Marion County Sheriff's Office.

People claim to see angel in photos of Ohio church fire scene

People claim to see angel in photos of Ohio church fire scene
Faith Church caught fire in Washington Court House, Ohio on Aug. 30, 2015. (Courtesy Bret Knicely)

At Faith Church on Old Chillicothe Road in Fayette County, a photograph has the congregation wondering if it is being watched over by something heavenly.

Friends gather to remember teen shot dead at party

Friends gather to remember teen shot dead at party »Play Video
Candlelight vigil at Washington-Jefferson Park

Friends and family gathered for a candlelight vigil Sunday evening to remember a teen shot and killed just after midnight early that morning.

Coast Guard Sector North Bend receives standardized training

"They'll make sure we know the required amount of knowledge we're supposed to know; [that we're] we're handling all the emergency procedures the right way."