White flags flying over the iconic Brooklyn Bridge where American flags should be -- it happened this week in the dead of night, and no one seems to know what it means or who planned it. Susan Candiotti explains why the switch is raising concerns.
Racers lined up along Agate Street outside Hayward Field before 6 a.m. Sunday, stretching out as the sun rose before the 2014 Eugene Marathon.
Pacific Northwest fire crews are in the midst of a record-breaking fire season. Fire officials said the northwest could flare back up as temperatures start to climb in the coming weeks.
Crews are battling blazes that have already consumed a total exceeding 1,400 square miles of forest land in Oregon and Washington.
Motorcyclists from across the Northwest will be taking a trip through Oregon this weekend for the annual Officer Chris Kilcullen Memorial Ride.
The ride honors fallen Eugene Police Officer Chris Kilcullen, who died in the line of duty in 2011.
Friends and family say Chris was a pay it forward type of guy. The tour raises money for non-profits and a memorial scholarship fund, helping keep Kilcullen’s kind spirit and generosity alive.
Family and friends of a mother from Dundee launched an organized social media campaign after they say Jennifer Huston, 38, never came home on Thursday night.
By Saturday afternoon, the family's "Find Jennifer Huston" Facebook page had gained more than 2,000 likes.
Huston left her husband and two boys on Thursday evening to run errands but never returned, says her father, Bill Turner.
Eugene Police say they closed down Cal Young Road Saturday after getting reports of a possible shooter or "man with bomb" at a house in the area.
Nearly a half-hour later, police officials at the scene csaid they believe the call was a hoax.
A Florence man died early Saturday morning after State Police say he crashed his SUV into a tree along Highway 126W near Mapleton.
»Play Video Tests from debris found on Jenny Jonak's Pleasant Hill property came back with a 20 percent Chrysotile reading - a type of asbestos.
Flames tore through the Swanson Mill on Thursday, July 17, nearly destroying the Springfield wood processing plant.
The next morning, Pleasant Hill resident Jenny Jonak said she found debris and ash on her 40-acre property that she believes floated downwind from the Swanson Mill fire. A contractor working on her land suggested she have it tested.
"They ran a test and found 20 percent Chrysotile in it - that's a type of asbestos. And my understanding is 1 percent or higher of asbestos is considered hazardous,” said Jonak.
Police say they think a now-deceased grandmother is to blame after a toddler received a fatal dose of methadone in December.
Officers said 2-year-old Maxwell Maciejewski was unresponsive on December 8, 2013 when the boy's grandmother, Carol Lumsden, was performing CPR.
Investigators with the Eugene Police Department now say Lumsden is the one they suspect of giving the child a lethal dose of methadone.
"This has all been really hard on the family, and it’s nice that there’s some closure now," said Maxwell's uncle, Aaron Heuser.
Oregon State Police arrested a 20-year-old man they said offered a bribe to get out of a traffic ticket on Friday.