Sunday, community members crowded North Bend High School where a memorial was held for Deputy Gil Datan who died Monday while on patrol.
Despite regulations limiting tent use, and a forced relocation, the 45th annual Earth Day in the Park took place at Alton Baker Park on Saturday.
Two women suffering from a rare autoimmune disease said they were denied treatment at RiverBend Hospital.
EWEB crews plan to close one lane of traffic on Chambers Street as part of a water main replacement project on Monday.
A woman reported to police that she was sexually assaulted in a restroom during the Jason Aldean Concert at Matthew Knight Arena on the University of Oregon campus on Saturday, April 25. The woman is not affiliated with the university. She said the incident occurred at about 9 p.m.
Participants walked and ran to raise funds in the 2015 March for Babies to benefit March of Dimes on Saturday. The event kicked off at Kendall Toyota where 400 local families and corporate teams raised $110,000 to help care for infant health.
Oregon State Police (OSP), Coos County Sheriff’s Office, and the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office K-9 unit are searching for two Shutter Creek Correctional Institution inmates that jumped a fence and escaped at 7:45 a.m. Sunday.
The Eugene Special Olympics team is teeing up for the regional tournament in June, but for many players, the sport is about much more than the competition.
The Delaware cop, whose lip sync performance to Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off" went viral, is at it again.
A woman driving her pick-up hit a 5-year-old riding a Big Wheel Friday evening, according to the Washougal Police Departmet.
On Tuesday KMTR reported local residents were disgusted by the massive amounts of trash left over from an abandoned homeless camp. After the report on the mess, the Oregon Department of Transportation cleared out the litter sooner than expected.
BRING recycling celebrated its 44th birthday Saturday at its facility in Springfield. The organization was inspired by the first earth day in the ‘70s and has since grown to help the community learn to live with less.
Amanda Marshall, Oregon’s top federal prosecutor submitted her resignation as U.S. Attorney on Friday, according to Gerri Badden, spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
Neighbors in Colorado and Washington have complained that legalizing marijuana has allowed residents and pot growing businesses in those states to engage in back porch smoking.