Coos County Sheriff’s deputies were called Thursday morning out to find a missing 54-year-old woman who had gotten lost after picking mushrooms overnight near the end of Hinch Lane, South Slough Sanctuary, south of Coos Bay. While the woman was found alive and well, the search ended with an arrest.
The incident took place last night at the intersection of Beacon Lane and Cape Arago Highway.
A fatal crash involving a semi and other vehicles blocked Interstate 5 both north and south on Thursday.
You might hear music in unexpected places soon as North Bend High School's “Random Acts of Band-ness" are back.
The Coast Guard located the body of a Florence man in the water 4 miles from his pickup submerged beneath the McCullough Bridge on Wednesday evening.
Brockway Elementary School in Winston is informing students, parents, and staff about a confirmed case of Scarlet fever at the school.
On Thursday, most of North America will have prime viewing of a partial solar eclipse. The new moon will hide part of the sun from view. The eclipse will unfold slowly following its start near the Kamchatka Peninsula in far eastern Russia.
Nearly 500 kindergarten students gathered around for “stORYtime” Wednesday in Coos Bay, kicking off a new statewide early literacy campaign.
Coos Bay established a tax on the sale of marijuana products this week, but its tax is different from other cities doing the same recently.
On Monday, the Roseburg City Council will hear the second and final reading of an ordinance that would enact a tax on recreational marijuana should the measure pass in November’s general election.
The deadline for young women in the bay area to apply for the Miss Coos County Scholarship Pageant is coming up.
A man was taken to the hospital for swallowing some meth when the Douglas Interagency Narcotics Team raided a home in Myrtle Creek Tuesday afternoon, sheriff's officials said.
Witnesses say the cub first showed up Sunday at a nearby hotel, hopped out a window and crossed the street to the Rite Aid in Ashland, a city 15 miles north of the California border.
A new business is moving into the former K-Mart building in Coos Bay.
Proposed changes to essential salmon habitat maps have staff from the Department of State Lands traveling Oregon to get public input.