Police say he sat next to a 20-year-old Eugene woman and began rubbing her thigh and making obscene gestures.
Just days after a tornado touched down at Lane Community College, we’re learning more from experts about how the freak weather event happened.
Police say the initial report was about a dispute where one of the suspects was said to have a firearm.
About 1.5 million people in West Africa will have access to better healthcare thanks to the Coos Bay-North Bend Rotary Club and the generosity of local medical facilities.
It's happening Thursday night at a special production of Rogers and Hammerstein's Cinderella at the Little Theater on the Bay.
At that point, police say a chain-link fence was the only thing preventing the vehicle from crashing into Bryden Canyon.
Back in September, 5-year-old Gabriel Albritton wandered away from his home in Hauser, but luckily he was found safe and sound by a four-legged hero.
Around 2 a.m. Roseburg Police officers responded to a glass breakage alarm at the Ridgeway Market on Garden Valley Boulevard. When officers arrived on scene they found the front glass doors had been shattered and there were beer cans lying outside on the ground.
Motorists at Lane Community College Tuesday afternoon got a scare when several cars were damaged from what witnesses describe as a tornado.
Birds, fish, and landscapes are lining the walls of the Southern Coos Hospital, thanks to a student art display sponsored by the Go Native Foundation.
Delegates from a local non-profit organization -- the South Coast Development Council -- are on a 5-day recruiting trip in Japan.
More than 50 formal complaints were filed at Monday night's Coos Bay School Board meeting, many calling for an investigation into the leadership of Coos Bay School District #9.
Oregon State Police say the agency's crime lab has positively identified the remains of the second body found on a ranch in southern Oregon in January.
Members of the local Surfrider Chapter have been working for free beach access at Winchester Bay for more than 12 years.
A Coos County jury Monday morning reached a verdict in the case of Miguel Iniguez, who was tried for the murder of Luis Murrillo Castillo as a result of a July 2014 shooting in North Bend.