The Eugene teen rescued over the weekend after falling between two cliffs in an area known as "Hell Hole" near Westfir is recovering from surgery.
Pancake is now seven weeks old and for the first time she's outside in front of the public.
A major construction project to replace old concrete on a 7-mile stretch of Interstate 5 between exit 162 and 169 has been the scene of delays - and worse.
The good news is the delays should be worth the wait: the new concrete is expected to last four times longer than regular asphalt.
Deputies are warning boaters to be careful if they plan to hit the water this spring after a man was pulled dead from the Willamette River on Sunday.
The smoke visible in the air of Eugene on Sunday and Monday is from wildfires burning in Siberia, according to the National Weather Service, the NASA Earth Observatory and the "Smog Blog" maintained by the University of Maryland.
The nation's largest nonprofit health plan is making its way to Lane County for the first time.
Kaiser Permanente will be opening a medical and dental care clinic in downtown Eugene.
Gypsy Prince won the state Poetry Out Loud contest with a performance of Gregory Djanikian's "Mrs. Caldera's House of Things."
The 17-year-old will now participate in the Western Region finals on Tuesday, April 28.
A local utility, now approved by the state, is turning an unlikely ingredient for making beer over to a group of home brewers: 100 percent recycled wastewater.
A pickup hit a patch of oil on I-105 on Monday morning, causing the driver to lose control - and bringing traffic to a crawl.
Two people died when their car left the road and hit a tree early Monday morning. Two other people in the car at the time of the crash survived.
A teen is now recovering at PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend after falling nearly 100 feet down a ravine. It took responders more than eight hours to rescue her.
The lines and running customers were comparable to those of Black Friday at the Annual Surplus Sale. Thousands of Duck fans lined up to get their hands on some exclusive gear.
The white team takes the win, but both teams showed promise at the annual OSU Spring Game. Coach Andersen said the team has made significant gains in the last two weeks.
After fleeing from police and refusing to follow commands, 33-year-old Shane C, Shantie was taking into custody by Oregon State Police.
A local boxer is making a name for himself in the ring and lacing his gloves up for a national title.