These are surveillance photos from March 18, where police say the suspects are using a victim’s credit card.
Dr. Hertica Martin placed her resignation on Monday for personal reasons. She has served as the Springfield Superintendent for two years.
Oregonians say the current minimum wage is not enough to pay the bills. Small business owners weigh the pros and cons of raising the wage to $15 per hour.
The National Weather Service said the tornado of “unknown intensity” was witnessed by a college official who saw “a rain and hail wrapped tornado that damaged three vehicles significantly.”
According to the Oregon Employment Department, the unemployment rate now sits at 5.4%, nearly a half percent drop from the state's February rate of 5.8%.
Oregon Representatives pass two bills to protect the privacy of victims of sexual assault and violence. One ensures confidentiality. The other further restricts contact between the victim and the defendant.
More than 50 formal complaints were filed at Monday night's Coos Bay School Board meeting, many calling for an investigation into the leadership of Coos Bay School District #9.
Oregon State Police are investigating after an Oregon Department of Corrections inmate walked away from Mill Creek Correctional Facility work crew Tuesday morning.
Voters could get to decide the fate of Oregon's minimum wage if a grass roots group has anything to say about it. 15 Now Oregon plans to file for a ballot measure this week for the 2016 election. They don’t think they’re going to get the response they want from lawmakers in Salem.