The CEO of the company that provides food and catering at Mariners games and was caught on camera abusing a dog has resigned, the company announced Tuesday.
As schools across the country get ready class to start back up, law enforcement agencies are asking drivers to watch out for students walking to school or waiting or the bus.
Some school transportation experts say there has been a sudden surge in dangerous driving in school zones and around school buses that they blame mostly on distracted drivers.
“There are more than a hundred children killed and more than 25,000 injured every year in collisions that occur or accidents that occur during the process of getting to or from school,” said Charles Territo of American Traffic Solutions, a company that sets up cameras on buses and in school zones.
Police said they shot a man in Northeast Portland on Monday morning who was threatening motorists with a gun, forcing the closure of Interstate 84 through much of the afternoon.
A woman who was killed yesterday afternoon in Silverton, Ore., has been identified and a male suspect was located this morning according to Silverton Police.
A man was hit and killed on Highway 101 Monday when he moved into traffic about two miles north of Florence, Oregon State Police said.
A 2-year-old Springfield girl and her father were attacked by a family dog last night, leaving the toddler in critical condition at a Portland hospital, Springfield Police said.
Springfield Police dispatchers received a call about a large dog attacking a toddler at around 5:50 p.m. Sunday at a house in the 1100 block of Olympic St. in Springfield.
Emergency staff took the girl to McKenzie Willamette Hospital. She was then flown by Life Flight helicopter to Legacy Emmanuel in Portland where she's listed in critical condition.
A woman died after she was thrown from her SUV early Monday morning when it rolled on Highway 34 near Lebanon, Oregon State Police said.
The Klamath County Sheriff made a 10 hour round-trip to Portland on Sunday to visit his deputy, Jason Weber, in the hospital. Deputy Weber was shot in the line of duty in Klamath Falls a few days ago, and is lucky to be alive.
Crews will start to tear down the half-century old Eugene City Hall building this week, but not before local government officials give the structure a proper send-off.
Two people riding a Harley Davidson died Sunday afternoon when their motorcycle collided with a pickup truck on Highway 138E near Steamboat Creek. State Police closed the highway at milepost 39, about 22 miles east of Glide for over 6 hours while crews cleared the highway and investigated the crash.
An underweight black bear that was rehabilitated after living off a Redmond family's bird feeder was released into the wild Thursday afternoon.
In June, officers used a doughnut to lure the 1-year-old bear when they realized she was underweight, and brought her to PAWS for rehabilitation. Naturalists reintroduced the bear to her native diet of skunk cabbage and berries, and discovered she doesn't like radishes or watermelon.
The University of Oregon Ducks are hosting ESPN's College GameDay next Saturday morning before they face off against the No. 8 Michigan State Spartans.
This will make for the 6th year in a row the ESPN GameDay crew has made the trip to Eugene.
"I love the passion that the fans have for this team," GameDay's Kirk Herbstreit said before last year's live broadcast on the University of Oregon campus.
A homeowner was taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation Saturday evening after firefighters arrived to put out a house fire in North Eugene, fire officials said.
Detectives are asking for the public's help in finding out more about a woman who was found dead along Nevada Street north of Salem.
As football helmets improve in preventing players from getting concussions, high schools must search for the latest models to keep their students safe.
This can prove to be an expensive task, as technology advancements are made each year.
Harrisburg graduate Mark Elmblade spent 13 years selling football helmets as a rep for Ridell. He is using that experience to build his new company Armor Zone, which leases football helmets to high schools and youth programs.