Dr. Devin Brice will pay $1 for every pound of Halloween candy received at his office Saturday.
A recent survey by the Coos Bay Fire Department showed 85 percent of Coos Bay homes have fire alarms, but almost 14 percent of those alarms don't work.
It's been one year since Natalie Hill lost her three year battle with cancer, but many in the bay area community will never forget her passion for life.
A 20-year-old woman died when her father accidentally shot her while the two hunted near Clarks Branch Road Thursday, about 10 miles north of Myrtle Creek, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office said.
Halloween is certainly the spookiest holiday of the year, so parents should plan ahead to make sure the holiday is scary for the right reasons.
Next week, Oregonians will decide the fate of Measure 91, asking voters to say yes or no to legalizing recreational marijuana. How would the measure affect Oregon? KCBY News asked if legalizing marijuana would work in Oregon and spoke with proponents on both sides of the issue.
You may have noticed a lot of smoke in the area this week coming from back yard burning. Health officials say people with airway diseases like asthma and emphysema are more sensitive to the harmful effects of smoke.
A Halloween costume contest for pets took place with about a dozen dogs competing at Coastal Farm and Ranch this past weekend.
Florence police have arrested a woman they say is responsible for robbing a bank.
An Amber Alert has been cancelled for an 18-month-old Thurston County boy who was found safe shortly after the alert was issued.
There are currently more than 200 foster care children in Coos County, many of whom may be caught in lengthy court processes that can be difficult to do it alone.
A new agreement will likely bring more ships to Coos Bay and increase exporting opportunities for local timber companies.
The elephant has been at the Safari since it opened.
A Coos Bay woman was driving drunk when her car drifted into the oncoming lane of traffic and hit another vehicle Tuesday night, seriously injuring herself and the other driver, the Benton County Sheriff's Office said.
He was cited by Oregon State Police in April and now he will have to pay a penalty of more than $13,000.
The Coast Guard said it'll keep its rescue helicopter stationed in Newport for another two weeks.
Two Washington men were arrested after an Oregon State Police trooper discovered about 68 pounds of marijuana concealed in their rented vehicle during a traffic stop on Saturday.
The public is invited to to see a Empire Boulevard-Newmark Avenue-Wisconsin Avenue Project Improvement Presentation. It takes place Tuesday, October 28, from 6-7 p.m. at the Empire Fire Station on S. Wall St.
Northbound Interstate-5 Exit 162 is now closed at Drain for the next week. Crews are continuing to replace old concrete on a seven mile stretch of I-5.
The Coos Forest Protective Association says there were no major fires to be concerned about, just a lot of slash burns.
Curry County commissioners have declared a local emergency and are requesting Governor Kitzhaber to declare a state of emergency after a storm swept through the county causing damage and displacing residents Saturday.
The city council will vote on a proposal to increase sewer rates by $4.75, bringing the cost for the average homeowner to about $30 per month.
The final vote is official, and the City of Roseburg will impose a 10 percent tax on recreational marijuana if Measure 91 should pass in November’s general election.
Lt. Hastings retires on November 6.
North Bend High School musicians grabbed their instruments and hit the town for its “random acts of band-ness" this weekend.
If you're looking for a scare this Halloween season, you might check out this year's Haunted Theater "CarnEvil" at the Little Theater on the Bay.
Marshfield finished second in the Far West League and will host Siuslaw in a ‘play-in’ round game this Friday. The Bulldogs get a first round bye.