An Oregon Department of Corrections inmate who walked away from Mill Creek Correctional Facility work crew near Philomath on April 14 is now in custody in King County Jail.
Landowners and conservationists from around the state are protesting and asking lawmakers to take a stand against three liquefied natural gas projects proposed in Oregon.
The house was at the mercy of the Blanco River — ripped off the ground whole during a flash flood and bobbing downstream. Inside were nine people, including Laura McComb. She was on the phone with her sister.
Tuesday morning (May 26) around 7 a.m., City of Sutherlin Public Works employees found that someone had gained access to the public works facility and stole a City-owned truck and some assorted equipment.
SELCO Community Credit Union suffered technical difficulties Tuesday affecting online banking, phones and related services.
Might Oaks is a pediatric non-profit rehab clinic serving children birth to 22 years of age.
The building needed help, too.
Hundreds of sea lions have taken over docks at the Port of Astoria.
There's not much the community has been able to do to reclaim the docks, so they're going to try something a little different.
Ready to be retired from service aboard a commercial plane, these Southwest airlines seats are being stripped and shipped to workers like Ron Butts.
He and his coworkers at Garten take the first step in upcycling some of Southwest's old leather seats: 43 acres of it, originally destined for landfills
Fire crews had a line around the Sandy Creek fire by Tuesday morning, with 28 firefighters continuing to work to shore up control lines and mop up the fire, the Coos Forest Protective Association said.
A 24-year-old mother was found by police pushing her dead 3-year-old son in a swing early Friday morning in La Plata, according to authorities.