A police captain said they have no idea why the boy killed himself. He said police are continuing to investigate.
Some say some of the cheerleader outfits and routines don't belong at the university.
In the midst of the Federal Aviation Administration drafting relaxed restrictions on drones, the topic is still controversial. One group in Roseburg gathered Saturday to raise awareness about the benefits of drones.
The Lane County Sheriff has been offered the job of chief of police for the City of Florence.
No one was seriously injured in a car crash in Springfield near Gateway Street and International Way on Wednesday morning.
A concerned mother said she received a letter from public health officials last week notifying her that her son had been exposed to tuberculosis last summer.
The lone survivor of a car crash Sunday night remains in critical condition at a local hospital as police continue to investigate who was driving and what caused the crash.
A man shot randomly at people in the Blue River area before barricading himself inside the home Tuesday afternoon, Oregon State Police said.
Four students at a K-8 charter school in Eugene tested positive last week for pertussis, also known as whooping cough.
The executive director of the Village School confirmed they had notified parents last week about the cases.
A man evicted from his North Bend home after a 3-day standoff with police last week died Tuesday when he ignited a pipe bomb in his car as police tried to negotiate with him Tuesday, the Coos County district attorney said.
Two people died and a third suffered life-threatening injuries when a car sped off the road and crashed into a tree Sunday night, the Lane County Sheriff's Office said.
An anonymous threat of potential violence spurred local law enforcement to step up their presence at the local high school and other schools, the Lebanon Police Department said.
A 28-year-old high school campus monitor faces accusations he gave prescription painkillers to a student at the school.
Two vaccines have been approved for the strain of meningitis bacteria that has sickened 5 University of Oregon students this winter, killing 1 of them. One of the vaccines, Trumenba, requires 3 doses over time. The other, Baxcera, requires 2 doses.
All proceeds from the run helps fund the program, which gives young women an opportunity to pay for college.