North Bend Bulldog supporters are organizing a sendoff parade for the football team as they head to the OSAA 4A State Championship Game.
The Southwestern Oregon Community College's welding class and North Bend High School's Key Club teamed up to create a display at Bay Area Hospital.
The gates leading up to the revamped springs will soon be closed to prevent vehicles from getting stuck in the snow.
The Oregon Health Authority has confirmed that blue-green algae toxin levels have been reduced and are not likely to harm humans or animals.
Since August, local health officials and emergency responders have been meeting and planning in the event of an Ebola patient arriving in Coos County.
Local chef Jardin Kazaar faced more than 400 competitors in the seafood division of the World Food Championships in November, and he showed the Bay Area has a lot to offer.
Faith Lincoln Johnson has been making monthly trips to the South Coast Gospel Mission to help the homeless in an unusual way.
If you plan on getting anything through FedEx for the holidays you'll want to be extra cautious due to a cyber scam sweeping the area.
A single-vehicle car accident on Fisher Road Monday night slowed traffic for a time after a pickup flipped over and landed on its roof on the Roseburg Country Club field.
The lawsuit filed Tuesday in federal court in Eugene argues that closing the Newport Air Station would violate the Homeland Security Act of 2002, which prohibits the Coast Guard from cutting back its mission.
There will be no road work on Interstate-5 from milepost 162 to 169 during the Thanksgiving weekend.
The district says opening Bunker Hill will allow the District to reduce crowding and address growing class sizes at Madison and Blossom Gulch Elementary Schools.
It's been two months since Reedsport's Main Street Program kicked off, aimed at revitalizing the town's commercial districts and drawing people to the community.
The annual Festival of Lights opened up Sunday night in Roseburg and organizers say it's bigger than ever.
The Bulldogs advance to the Class 4A championship game with a one-point win over the Vikings.
Two earthquakes struck off the Oregon Coast early Sunday morning.
A Coos Bay man was arrested Saturday after making a false kidnapping and assault report, calling out a Coos County Sheriff’s deputy and a Myrtle Point police officer to the Johnson Mill Pond County Park south of Coquille, the sheriff's office said.
Deputies visited a home on South 8th Street in Lakeside after learning a stolen 2004 Mazda was parked there.
The Coos County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public’s help in identifying two armed home invasion robbery suspects after a man was tied up and robbed Friday in his home in a gated community on Daisy Lane east of Bandon.
A man tricked his wife into drinking tea made from psychedelic mushrooms, beat her up and threw her against a wood stove, and hung up the phone when she tried to call 911, the Coos County Sheriff's Office said.
Three men robbed the occupants of a car at gunpoint after getting the victims to pull over off Highway 101 early Sunday morning, the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office said.
The National Weather Service is projecting 70-mile per hour winds that could make driving on Highway 101 difficult.
The City of Coos Bay has delayed a decision that would change the flag line-up along the Coos Bay Boardwalk.
The public is invited to a special Coos Bay School Board meeting, which will determine the details of a possible reconfiguration.
When nobody filed for the position, it was guaranteed to go to a write in candidate.
Have you ever stopped to look at the plastic carriers used on 6-packs of cans by craft brewers like Hop Valley and Oakshire? You will after this story.
There is one lane open at this time. ODOT is routing traffic through with a pilot car.