As the shooter emerged from Snyder Hall, having already shot at least 18 people in a morning writing class, Det. Sgt. Joe Kaney and Det. Todd Spingath were running toward the scene.
Despite the negative feedback from many members of the Roseburg community about President Obama’s visit, Mayor Larry Rich said he’s glad the President is making the trip.
A threatening message turned up in a Southern Oregon University facility, prompting school officials to shutter the campus on Wednesday.
Last year there were 31 shootings on U.S. college campuses. In 2015, that number has reached 17.
The Cottage Grove Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating a man who has been missing since September 30.
Corvallis Police officers arrested a man for tagging and applying graffiti to buildings around town.
Three of the four preteen boys accused of starting the fire that burned historic Eugene Civic Stadium to the ground last June appeared in court Tuesday.
A church community in Grants Pass is sharing their thoughts about the life of one of the victims in the deadly Umpqua Community College Shooting in Roseburg.
The question has been asked and now friends and family want to know when the big day is.
Rapper Brody Jansen is a former UCC student. He said he wanted to dedicate a song to his hometown that would help them heal and rise together.
In just three days, President Obama will be visiting Roseburg and many community members have mixed feelings about the country’s leader coming to town.
14-year-old Kendra LaCroix from Coos Bay is being treated at a hospital in Portland for a severed spinal cord.
President Barack Obama is welcome in Roseburg, the City said in a press release Tuesday.
Since the deadly shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg last week, campus safety and security have had been in the minds of school officials and students at Oregon State University in Corvallis.
More #LiveOnKMTR on what Oregon State is doing to keep students and staff safe and how Oregon State Police patrols campus.
“We have many discussions with the Oregon athletes, equipment staff and coaches,” says Todd Van Horne, Creative Director for Nike Football. “For this inspiring new uniform, we want to celebrate the state and its great founders and innovators.”