Two men are dead after a lengthy standoff in South Eugene Friday, according to the Eugene Police Department.
The Eugene Emeralds wants fans to fill PK Park with pink this Sunday to raise awareness about breast cancer.
Medical professional attended a training this week on providing care to transgender victims of sexual assault.
A $2 find at a garage sale has become a mission for Sid Vincent Roa of Portland. He’s on a quest to find the original owners of a photo album full of history.
Agrarian Ales north of Coburg doesn't buy hopes for its beers. They grow it on the farm. And with the hot temperatures and dry climate this year, there's been no shortage of supply - or work to be done.
Two men are dead after a lengthy standoff in Eugene Friday, according to the Eugene Police Department.
The foot traffic in and out of an abandoned house needs to stop - and the owner needs to bring the home up to code and clean up the mess, City of Springfield staff hope.
Springfield Schools ended Bill Wagner's contract to coach Springfield High School girls basketball last June. Now Springfield High School is hiring Wagner to coach girls basketball.
The dedication of a new mural depicting author, Merry Prankster and Springfield High School graduate Ken Kesey is open to the public.
With an assist from Filbert — a furry, buck-toothed denizen of the Oregon Zoo’s Cascade Stream and Pond habitat — scientists at Oregon State University are preparing to sequence the genome of our state animal, the North American beaver.
A housing project near the Willamette River remains on hold as residents question whether the development fits the neighorhood.
Medical marijuana dispensaries can legally sell recreational marijuana starting October 1.
For Eugene OG Dispensary, that means doubling their staff from 4 to 8 employees.
"We've got a lot of good product right now," said co-owner Lawrence Siskind. "We've got new employees also, so things are working out as we're planning, and there's still a lot of things to do."
Police plan to crack down on distracted driving in Corvallis as part of a TAP: a tactical action plan.
The Northwest Youth Corps worked to restore the stone steps at Skinner Butte Park during a 5-week summer program.
Someone set fire to a barn Wednesday night, destroying the building, the Linn County Sheriff said.