|Oregon State Police urges caution on roads during December
Oregon State Police is making a plea with drivers to be safe on the road as December is one of the deadliest months in Oregon, much of it due to impaired driving.
|Lane County DA clears OSP SWAT shooting
The Lane County District Attorney’s Office has cleared an Oregon State Police SWAT team in its use of deadly force. Video
|UPDATE: One dead & one sought in OSP SWAT shooting near Yachats, deceased subject ID'ed
The Lane County Interagency Deadly Force Investigation Team is investigating a fatal shooting involving members of the Oregon State Police SWAT team during an incident south of Yachats. Video
|Springfield Police and OSP troopers awarded for DUII enforcement work
Springfield Police and Oregon State Police's Springfield-based troopers received major recognition for their work getting impaired drivers off the road. Video
|SPECIAL REPORT: Talking, Texting & Tickets: thousands of Oregon drivers still breaking cell phone law
For more than two years, state law has required Oregonians to put down their cell phones when they’re behind the wheel and use a hands-free device. Video
|Female victim's name released in deadly West Eugene crash
Eugene Police has released the name of the woman killed in a West Eugene crash early Wednesday morning.
|One person dead, three injured in two vehicle Highway 99 crash
One person has died and three others are injured in a two vehicle crash on Highway 99 Sunday evening. Video
|Pot tossed from speeding car during 110mph I-5 chase
Oregon State Police arrested two men after they attempted to elude a trooper along Interstate 5 south of Eugene.
|2 dead, 16-year-old charged in W 11th, Bertelsen crash
Two people have died, a Eugene Police officer is injured and a 16-year old is facing manslaughter and assault charges after a high-speed chase ended in three-vehicle crash in west Eugene early Wednesday morning. Video
|Oregon police agencies work to share radio systems as fatal Eugene crash raises communication questions
As a new memorial has sprung up at site of a deadly crash in west Eugene, many are wondering whether or not emergency responders could have been notified before the crash occurred, raising questions about the communication systems between different agencies. Video