In a 6-1 vote, the board decided to invest approximately half of the proposed funds, and distribute the other half, but that amount is not set in stone.
A Portland teenager accused of raping a woman during a supervised group outing to a University of Oregon football game has admitted his guilt.
If you've been to Charleston, you've probably driven on Boat Basin Road, but you may not know how fast you're supposed to go.
The Coos County Sheriff's Office began investigating a missing/runaway 15-year-old girl from the Coos Bay area February 10th.
The FBI confirmed one person has died near an explosion Thursday along Highway 26, which was closed for most of the day while authorities investigated.
The engine was still running when deputies found a woman dead in the driver’s seat of a car early Thursday morning that was parked on the side of Hunsaker Road Southeast in rural Marion County.
The music department at Bandon High School has an unusual fundraiser set for next month, featuring a magician and mentalist.
After six years of planning, the Coos Bay City Council has approved a new wastewater treatment plant in Empire, but the president of D.B. Western, Texas, Dennis Beetham, has raised some concerns about the new plant.
For $5, children can meet and take a picture with Cinderella on Saturday (March 21) at the Pony Village Mall from 12-3 p.m.
Spring is the season when people purchase "baby chicks" for their backyard poultry flocks or to give as Easter gifts, but one Oregon Public Health expert is advising caution.
A man shot randomly at people in the Blue River area before barricading himself inside the home Tuesday afternoon, Oregon State Police said.
A campaign to give free haircuts to women who need them most has been started in Coos Bay by the Blackwell Salon.
Saving Grace receives more than 2,400 cats every year, prompting the organization to create the Cats are Priceless campaign, where adopters can set the adoption fees for adult cats.
In the midst of the Federal Aviation Administration drafting relaxed restrictions on drones, the topic is still controversial. One group in Roseburg gathered Saturday to raise awareness about the benefits of drones.
The $25 million project will begin this summer and it's expected take two years to complete.