It's been less than a full week since Mariota won college football's highest honor: the Heisman trophy.
The Ducks used a strong shooting performance in the first half Wednesday night to beat the Matadors of Cal State Northridge, 79-56.
A man police consider armed and dangerous after someone tossed four pipe bombs out of his car at police remains on the run.
And he's done it several times before, including a 2006 chase in Benton County.
Almost everyone has been to Disneyland at least once, and you probably have a routine down: check in to hotel, ride Splash Mountain, wait in line for Indiana Jones, and get a corn dog. Next time you're at the Happiest Place on Earth, toss away your routine and pick up this list of secretly (and kind of refined) alternatives.
A log truck dumped its load as it tried to exit Interstate 5 onto I-105 on Wednesday.
State Trooper Hank Duren said the driver suffered some bumps and bruises but should be OK.
A man faces multiple charges, including a felony hit-and-run charge, for causing a string of crashes that critically injured a man along Interstate 205 on Dec. 7, Washington State Police said.
Plenty of homeowners are hanging lights of all colors and turning their front yards into winter wonderlands.
And that means families can find plenty of dazzling displays after dark.
Senior cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olumu won't be on the field when Oregon faces Florida State in the Rose Bowl on New Year's Day.
News broke Wednesday afternoon that Ekpre-Olumu suffered a serious non-contact knee injury in practice and will miss the college football playoff.
Kitty Piercy won't run for a 4th term as Mayor of Eugene in 2016.
"I think a 12-year run is a good run," she said.
The former school teacher and state lawmaker said she and her husband decided it's the right time to announce that she won't be running for re-election.
Voters first elected Piercy in 2004. She won re-election over challenger and former Mayor Jim Torrey in 2008 but cruised to a third term in 2012.
Looking back, Piercy said she can point with pride to several accomplishments.
A state-licensed pot grower and processor plans to offer factory tours of its gardens and processing facility to the public so customers know where their weed is coming from.
Movember has come and gone but its spirit lives on in "Decembeard".