Painters from across Oregon are competing through the weekend for a colorful title in Eugene.
A wind shift Saturday afternoon caused thick smoke from wildfires northeast of Eugene to combine and settle in the Willamette Valley.
The wildfires burning across the west are now creating a dire need for blood in the Lane County community.
Three people were injured before the shooter was taken down. The gunman was taken into police custody.
An active duty Oregon Army National Guard and an Air Force member were able to jump on an active shooter in France. They subdued and held the Islamist gunman until authorities were notified and arrived on scene.
The Oregon Army National Guard sent 2 HH-60M Black Hawk helicopters to help combat the Stouts Fire.After Gov. Kate Brown activated the Oregon National Guard to help fight fires, 125 soldiers are scheduled to begin firefighting training at the Department of Public Safety Standards and training (DPSST) in Salem.
As wildfires sweep across the Pacific Northwest, several people are stepping in to help their neighbors who lost everything.
The Lane County Sheriff’s Office located two vehicles Friday that are allegedly involved in an incident where shots were fired Thursday.
For many parents, back to school means more financial pressure, but the Brattain house is easing their burdens and working to provide low-income and homeless students the supplies they need to undergo their studies.
A Springfield man’s charges in a child pornography investigation now total 31, and that number could continue to increase.
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Stocks were routed again Friday on Wall Street — a brutal finish to what was shaping up to be the worst week in the market in almost four years.
Linn County deputies served a narcotic-related search warrant and uncovered three ounces of methamphetamine, $367, digital scales, multiple prescription tablets, and a .380 Hi Point semi-automatic pistol, according to Undersheriff Jim Yon.
Fire Prevention Specialist Kyle Reed took photos of the burned area from the Cable Crossing Fire.
Fire season is an annaul concern in the Pacific Northwest, but this summer may be unprecedented.
"Normally it's not like this," said John Berger, owner and instructor at the wildland firefighting school NFTCA Inc. "This time of year, it's dead this time of year. All of the trainings happen January through June. But this year, because of the situation going on throughout the region, it's just going crazy with training."