A man found dead beneath the wreckage of his car Thursday morning may have been involved in a pair of hit-and-run crashes a day earlier, Oregon State Police said.
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Police say he twice exposed himself to female hotel workers between 11 p.m. Tuesday and 2 a.m. Wednesday.
Firefighters rescued a driver from the sleeper area of his truck after it jack-knifed Thursday morning.
A man with a gun robbed a Little Caesars pizza shop Thursday. The man made off with cash - and a pizza.
Forecasters are increasingly certain a damaging wind storm will batter the Oregon Coast and push north through the Willamette Valley on Thursday.
If you’ve seen more police out than usual near the Ferry Street Bridge this week, it’s no coincidence.
An 8-person panel at the University of Oregon released a 71-page report on how to improve sexual assault prevention and response at the school.
“We need to have tough enforcement so that we send a clear signal that it's not OK to sexually prey on young people,” said Scott Coltrane, the university’s interim president.
The policies that will result from these recommendations will focus on four key areas.
A substation went down Wednesday, causing a power outage that knocked out power to 2,400 customers and at least 17 traffic signals in Eugene.
A passerby who intervened when he saw a man grab a woman outside a bar Tuesday night suffered cuts to his torso and hands when the suspect pulled a knife on him, Lebanon Police said.
The girls hatched the plan during a sleepover.
Kelly Torres, 9, and Nancy Coffman, 10, decided to collect toys to donate to Doernbecher Children's Hospital for kids hospitalized on christmas.
It's a feeling Torres knows all too well.
"I had leukemia for three years," she said.
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A potent storm came ashore Wednesday, bringing pounding rain and powerful winds to the Oregon Coast and southern Willamette Valley. A second, potentially more damaging storm is on tap for Thursday.
The February 6, 2014, storm knocked out power to 10,000 EWEB customers. Some people went without power for more than six days. "Customers came to us and told us we needed to improve our outage communication system," an EWEB spokesperson said.
A man died after becoming trapped in a piece of machinery at a sawmill Tuesday.
A 28-year-old man faces accusations he sodomized a toddler, Eugene Police said. The investigation started with the discovery of a photo in the possession of a child molester who was later sentenced to 500 years in prison.