A memorial to a boy hit and killed by a pickup truck in the parking lot of a grocery store earlier this month continues to grow.
The average high temperature this time of year should be 84. But after several days of unseasonably cool weather, the forecast now calls again for unseasonably warm weather.
A man jumped out of a boat into the lake Saturday and disappeared, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office said.
Rodney Wayne Shay, 51, a member of the Pleasant Hill Volunteer Firefighters Association, is presumed to have drowned, the sheriff's office said.
Vancouver Police are on the scene of a standoff with a naked man Sunday evening.
Residents of downtown Eugene and the west university area have dealt with a rash of burglaries in the past two weeks. But early Saturday morning, the Eugene Police arrested a man who they said is responsible for at least two of the recent burglaries.
Fair organizers said all indicators point to an increase in fair attendance for 2015 and part of that has to do with Sunday’s free early attendance.
The 5th and final memorial ride honoring Eugene police officer Chris Kilcullen took place in Eugene Sunday morning and around 500 people joined in to remember the officer’s life.
An Ohio man who posted a video of himself jumping a barrier at a zoo and then petting two cougars has been charged with trespassing, according to zoo officials.
After separating from his wife and being stuck in a rut with his health and his job, 560-pound Eric Hites decided to make a change — by biking 3,200 mile across country.
An Otis man was arrested on charges of unlawful entry into a motor vehicle, theft, and possession of a controlled substance.
A Roseburg woman with high-functioning autism isn’t going to let her disability stand in the way of her dreams of opening a bakery.
Portland is known for enjoying pints, and this event is no exception. Officials expect 85,000 beer lovers to come through and sample the nearly 90 featured breweries.
Eugene police and SWAT teams surrounded a Eugene residence Saturday evening and later arrested a man.
There’s only two days left to make it to the Lane County Fair in Eugene. The fairgrounds are packed with dozens of carnival rides, games and vendors.
Oregon is now the first state that requires coaches to enroll in a certification program before 2016.