Police say a man wanted for sexual assault, kidnap and robbery in Portland may be on a crime spree that spans three other states.
Casey Wright was murdered by her ex-fiance in November of last year. Now her friends, family and former co-workers are using her memory to raise money to help others who might be dealing with domestic violence.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and Womenspace executive director Peggy Whalen said abusive relationships are more common than people are often aware.
Hundreds of people and corgis came out to Green Lake for the Annual Corgi Howloween Walk. Corgis were dressed in their best costumes and showed off their outfits as they walked their owners around the lake.
For 33 years, droves of fungi fans have filled Mt. Pisgah Arboretum for the annual Mushroom Festival.
The seemingly endless varieties of fungus displayed on ornate tables inside the arboretum were the focal point of the festival.
Still, hundreds of visitors also got to taste the special mushroom-inspired dishes from vendors, check out the submissions scarecrow contest and hunt through the tables filled with mushrooms and other plants to take home.
Cardiologists at Riverbend Hospital gave a free heart screening to about 70 teens on Saturday, using an electrocardiogram (otherwise known as an EKG) to check for heart problems.
People with undetected heart defects are at risk of sudden cardiac arrest, especially if they're athletes.
“(It’s) not that common but it is devastating,” said Frances Munkenbeck, a physician at Oregon Cardiology “It is the leading cause of death during exercise, in teens who are exercising.”
A mother who escaped a fatal apartment fire in Keizer, Ore. is being charged in the death of her four-year-old son.
A man was charged with arson and reckless burning Saturday after a string of suspicious fires near a home on Jefferson-Scio Drive over the last two weeks, the Linn County Sheriff's Office said.
The high winds that hit the Western Oregon Coastline stopped crews trying to secure the enclosure that broke free of the McCullough Bridge Wednesday, the same day the Coast Guard found a man's body in the waters of Coos Bay.
Over 200 zombies danced in perfect beat to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” as part of the third annual Thrill the World Eugene event under the Washington – Jefferson Bridge Saturday afternoon, with the dance beginning at exactly 3 p.m. in order to be synchronized with dancers in 21 countries globally.
Pets dressed up from nose to tail Saturday for the annual Howl-O-Ween costume contest at Coastal Farm & Ranch. Cash from the costume contest went to help pets in need at the local humane society.
Police closed down Highway 126 at Mohawk Boulevard in Springfield while officers tried to get a man off of the overpass barricade, Springfield Police said.
Utility crews across Western Oregon are working to restore power to thousands of homes after the high winds caused outages across the region.
The National Weather Service issued a high wind warning for the weekend, and officials are predicting the strongest gusts for the afternoon hours between 1 and 6 p.m. Saturday.
A 14-year-old in Marysville, Wash., killed one person and sent four students to the hospital before he shot and killed himself.
It's the sort of horrifying story you always want to think could never happen in your neighborhood.
But what if it did?
Eugene Police say they're as prepared as possible for a shooting in a school.
Oregon DOT planned to put out bids early next year seeking construction of cable barriers in the median of Interstate 5 between Salem and Albany.
But after 2 fatal crossover accidents, including a double-crossover crash Thursday that killed a woman and sent a semi careening into oncoming traffic, Governor John Kitzhaber and ODOT Director Matthew Garrett announced plans to fast track the project.
The FBI said the bank robber believed to be Anthony Martinis has robbed at least six banks: 3 in Washington State over 10 days and 3 in Oregon over 2 days.