Searchers are focused on the area where a missing plane last appeared on radar Tuesday afternoon before disappearing.
Mark Gissiner, police auditor for the City of Eugene, reported to the City Council on Wedneday on the use of force by Eugene Police from April to December of 2013.
Lane County selected the sheriff's chief deputy to lead the office.
A cab driver pulled a gun on a man who tried to write down the license plate number of the taxi Tuesday, Eugene Police said.
April 22 marks 4 years since Officer Chris Killcullen was shot and killed while making a traffic stop.
The motorcycle officer tried to pull over Cheryl Kidd in Eugene and pursued her into Springfield.
Six people took part in the 2nd annual Bike Ride to Lane Community College on Earth Day.
Four bicyclists and 2 walkers made the 3 mile trip up over 30th Avenue to the LCC campus.
Biking takes 20 to 30 minutes; walking takes about an hour.
A plane that left Creswell on Tuesday has been reported missing, the Oregon Civil Air Patrol said.
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Firefighters contained a blaze to the attic of an Assumption Street home in the Bethel neighborhood on Wednesday. No injuries were reported.
An old wooden barn collapsed Tuesday afternoon in a fire that was sparked when the homeowners were burning a nearby pile of yard debris.
A helicopter buzzed about Spencer Butte on Wednesday morning.
NASA scientists predict a peak of 15 to 20 meteors per hour during the Lyrid meteor shower Wednesday night. The highest frequency of shooting stars is expected after 10:30 p.m.
The biggest challenge firefighters faced Tuesday was the wind. Gusts blew into what’s left of the 30-unit Golden Poles Chalet and created flare-ups.
Two candidates remain to fill the vacany left by Sheriff Tom Turner's departure to lead the Florence Police Department: the chief deputy - and the former Florence police chief.
There is no national standard for reporting force, but there is a goal of 5 percent or less. Based on the report, out of about 10,000 arrests over an eight month period, there were 130 reports of force by an Eugene Police Department officer. This totaled just 1.4 percent.
Flowers, photographs and messages written in chalk on the sidewalk line the stretch of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Eugene where two Springfield residents died in a car crash early Monday morning.