Eugene Police arrested Marvin Paul Harley, 48, on Thursday on charges of Sex Abuse in the First Degree, Sodomy in the Second Degree, Rape in the Second Degree and Unlawful Sexual Penetration in the Second Degree.
The victim told an agency in another state that the crimes happened in Eugene between 2000 and 2002 while she was under 18 and lived in Harley's home.
Police said Harley was at that time acting as a coach for middle-school age children.
The aftermath left all lanes of Interstate 5 closed for hours.
Student Sara Rue says she was just trying to leave the classroom during a confrontation between a teacher and another student.
You can see Sara Rue heading for the classroom door. The teacher tries to stop Rue and yanked so hard on the top Rue was wearing, that it came off, exposing Rue’s bra.
“Every time I watch it, I want to cry because of how scared I could tell I was, just by the sound of my voice. Just by me crying,” says Rue.
These 19 men are the newest additions to the Washington State Department of Corrections' list of wanted sex offenders.
Friday Night Fever brings you highlights of all the high school & prep athlete football action from around the region for Friday, October 17.
Watch Friday Night Fever live on KMTR NewsSource 16 when it airs on Friday nights at 11:15 p.m.
Halloween is right around the corner. Many families are hanging decorations and hitting up pumpkin patches. But one Tigard neighborhood is dealing with a pumpkin thief who has been caught on camera.
Local veterans will be making a splash at a South Eugene pool for free each Monday thanks to a new grant.
The Oregon Country Fair grant does give vets a free aerobic activity at Tamarack Pool, but one former military man said he hopes the program will bring waves of change to the often troubled veteran community.
Studies from the Oregon Health Authority show that many veterans suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder. It also shows that the state's returning service men and women have higher suicide rates.
“It gives us all a social network. And that's important for everyone,” said Ted Vasquez, a disabled Vietnam War vet.
The chief executive in charge of the Texas Presbyterian Hospital, where Ebola patient Thomas Duncan's symptoms were incorrectly diagnosed, issued a public apology.
A full-page ad appeared in the Sunday editions of the Dallas Morning News and Fort Worth Star-Telegram newspapers. In the letter, c-e-o Barclay Berdan said Texas Presbyterian "made mistakes in handling this very difficult challenge."
The No. 9 Oregon Ducks maintain their 11 game rivalry win streak over the Dawgs after taking a 45-20 victory against Washington at Autzen Saturday, October 18.
Authorities in Charlottesville, Virginia are still waiting for confirmation on whether the human remains found Saturday belong to Hannah Graham, the University of Virginia student who disappeared five weeks ago.
Police continued to search the rural area a dozen miles outside Charlottesville where they made the disturbing discovery.