Hartwick’s Kitchen & Store in the 5th Street Public Market plans to close by March.
A woman outside her home near Brush Prairie was taken to the hospital after it appears a bullet grazed her head, according to the Clark County Sheriff's Office.
Crews cut down the first of 200 trees on Tuesday to make way for the $95 million West Eugene EmX project.
Work will add a lane for the bus rapid transit and extend sidewalks.
The Boys & Girls Clubs in Sweet Home and Lebanon merged in 2009.
But the Sweet Home club has been operating at an overall loss since 2004 and soon will not be able to support services due to a lack of local funding.
What do you dread the most about doing your taxes? Some people say, "Getting organized!"
A Cedar Mill woman was sold a puppy that was sick with parvovirus, and she said she had to have the dog put down within a day because of the illness.
A wrongway driver hit an oncoming car in the fog Monday evening, killing one person and sending two others to the hospital, Oregon State Police said.
A man suffered potentially life-threatening stab wounds to his neck and the back of his skull from a 4-inch pocketknife Monday night, the Linn County Sheriff said.
A bomb threat prompted the evacuation of the Linn County Courthouse on Tuesday morning.
A woman died in a car crash Monday evening after the driver led police officers on a chase through Mt. Angel.
The smell from an overheated battery triggered an evacuation of Eugene Police headquarters over the weekend.
No one was injured.
Eugene Police said that if the building had to be emptied for a longer period of time, the department has several procedures in place so operations can run as smoothly as possible.
An asteroid safely passed by Earth on Monday. Asteroid 2004 BL86 sped by at about three times the distance of Earth to the moon - about 745,000 miles.
The quake hit in 1700, long before the United States formed and had started colonize the Pacific Northwest. Japanese records of a tsunami helped pinpoint January 26 as the anniversary of the last major quake.
Saturday in Eugene was the fourth warmest day on record for the month of January since record keeping started in 1890. The warmest January days ever were in 1914 and 1931 on a pair of 69-degree days.
Speak up, Eugene: the Oregon Liquor Control Commission wants to hear how you would like the State of Oregon to regulate legal marijuana production and sales.