Mother and daughter Hannah and Eliza Gorman, both slaves, immigrated from Missouri to Oregon over the Oregon Trail in 1844. The house they built still stands today in Corvallis.
Police and fire crews learned about locations of natural gas pipelines, what is being done to prepare for problems, and what would happen during a leak, fire or explosion.
Steve Ibach has played in most bars around town with a black and sliver Regal dobro with a customized pickup amplifier.
Last Friday, he was setting up to play at Mulligan's Pub in Eugene.
When he went outside to get his guitar, it was gone - despite locking the doors.
"I could see the door was ajar, so I immediately knew," he said. "It had just been sitting there in the rider's seat."
Portland Police say a 49-year-old man was huffing nitrous oxide, or laughing gas, when he crashed into a pedestrian along SE Division Street Wednesday.
The Boys & Girls Club in Sweet Home needs $120,000 pledged by June and $120,000 given by the end of this year or it will be closing its doors.
This week's snow is "too little, too late" for the Oregon Cascades, says Kathie Dello with the Oregon Climate Change Research Institute. Dello said snow and rain in March isn't what's unusual. "Our rainy season lasts through May," she said Tuesday.
If you're ready to get back on the golf course this spring, a good idea is to maybe go out to the driving range and get a little practice in.
Watch this installment of Tee It Up for what you need to focus on to avoid bad habits in your swing.
An examination of the flight data recorder has led investigators to what they call the most plausible conclusion: that the co-pilot of the doomed aircraft intentionally caused it to crash into the French Alps shortly after leaving Spain bound for Germany.
Big changes are coming to Washington County's youth offender program after one of its participants was convicted of sexually assaulting a woman during a field trip.
Lane County road crews cleared a mudslide on Deerhorn Road along the Mckenzie River Tuesday.
A combination on wet weather and heavy winds brought nearly 500 cubic yards of hillside material onto the roadway overnight.