Charles Lee has won 16 traffic citation cases in the past two years because of the e-ticket (electronic ticket) sizes from the Oregon State Police.
Police officers are patrolling a Forest Grove elementary school Friday after a man went into a classroom and tried to take a child the day before.
The U.S. Forest Service will close some unauthorized trails in the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area between Florence and Coos Bay.
But the decision by Siuslaw National Forest Supervisor Jeremiah C. Ingersoll also designates more than 2 miles of new trails and opens up off-road riding on 518 acres of dunes.
A woman accused of causing her 87-year-old mother's death by neglecting her in the last weeks of her life pleaded guilty to Manslaughter in the Second Degree on Friday.
A mother’s desperate search to find a lost family memento came to a happy conclusion Thursday thanks to a kind stranger.
The Eugene Speech and Hearing Center has been in financial trouble for the last 5 years, executive director John Baumann said.
The board could vote to shut down the 70-year-old nonprofit.
Former Oregon first lady Cylvia Hayes is reportedly fighting back against a state order requiring her to release emails related to her public service. The Oregonian says Hayes has vowed to go to court to fight that state order.
Rose Children's Theater is bringing a classic Grimm fairy tale to the stage while kids a taste of show business.
The cast, ages 8 to 15, brought "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" to life after 6 weeks of rehearsal. into its own unique production.
"I am sad to share that we learned Tuesday that Lauren Jones, a freshman student-athlete who lived in Barnhart Hall, died unexpectedly. This is a devastating loss for our community, and to her family, friends, classmates, coaches, faculty, advisors and team mates who knew her best," Frances Bronet,
Acting Senior Vice President and Provost, wrote in a letter to the University of Oregon campus Thursday.
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A Salem mom is looking for something she considers a member of her family. It’s a special stuffed animal, but it’s what’s inside it she’s desperate to get back. She's asking for the public’s help with the search because she feels time isn't on her side.
Pretrial hearings continued Wednesday for a former mixed martial artist accused of shooting and killing a man in Springfield after a car crash.
Brad Black and his wife were tracing their family tree through an online ancestry site when they learned his great grandfather had been committed to the Oregon State Hospital in 1930.
"We didn't know how he got there, how long he has been there," he said. "One thing led to another, we went on the website and took a look and there was Great Grandpa Elwood - he was there, you know, number 3009."
Black's family is not alone: The ashes of more than 3,400 people are still at the hospital.
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The Eugene City Council gave the Eugene Civic Alliance a week to show they have enough money to buy Eugene Civic Stadium.
One person is dead after a 2-car head-on crash east of Wesfir on West Oak Road.