Nearly 300 people gathered Saturday to listen to an award-winning political cartoonist read from his latest book, "Snowden."
A wanted woman jumped into the sewage tank of a portable toilet Saturday after running away from police near a construction site in North Eugene.
Boil-water notices are being issued to residents of a high-elevation area of North Albany until further notice, the City of Albany said.
Prosecutors brought charges of attempted murder against a man accused of shooting a sheriff's deputy.
During a time of darkness, small gestures can bring some light. In Roseburg, a coffee company is making an effort to help the community and uplift customers in this time of need.
Rogue Community College asked students to evacuate or avoid campus after a bomb threat Monday morning.
Sunday night, Eugene held a vigil at Alton Baker Park for community members to gather and pray for the victims and their families.
The Emerald Valley Comic Fest wrapped up Sunday afternoon, but the community outreach continues.
There’s a new development in the future plans for the remains of Civic Stadium. The Eugene Civic Alliance opened the site to the public Sunday for the first time since the fire.
Breast cancer affects one in seven women in their lifetime. That’s why hundreds of Oregonians joined in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Sunday morning at the Valley River Center.
Brown grew up in Roseburg and says she can't be there to support the community, but she can inspire people in Lane County to support her hometown.
Dr. Rita Cavin, president of Umpqua Community College, spoke at a media event Sunday afternoon about students and staff returning to the campus.
A pastor whose daughter survived last week's deadly rampage in a college classroom told his congregation on Sunday that "violence will not have the last word" in this southern Oregon timber town.
Runners and walkers woke up early Sunday morning for the sixth annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. The event began at the Valley River Center. Several hundred people showed up for the 5-K Fun Run. Proceeds from the event go to support cancer research.
Officials say the status of the other two patients remains the same; one is critical and the other is in fair condition.