The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office has been investigating two large scale residential burglaries in the Camas Valley area since June 30, 2014, which included two motor vehicles, firearms, jewelry, tools, motocross riding gear, welding equipment and electronics.
Charles Lee has won 16 traffic citation cases in the past two years because of the e-ticket (electronic ticket) sizes from the Oregon State Police.
Private First Class Robin Barrett turned 20 on the first day of the landing on Iwo Jima.
It was no party.
It was no party.
Old town Bandon is being recognized with an addition to the National Register of Historic Places.
The U.S. Forest Service has closed most routes that off-road users have created through vegetated areas of the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area but has allowed some informal routes and designated some restricted areas for open riding.
Gary Haugen made his statements in a phone call on Wednesday, the same day Kitzhaber stepped down and Brown took his place.
A woman accused of causing her 87-year-old mother's death by neglecting her in the last weeks of her life pleaded guilty to Manslaughter in the Second Degree on Friday.
A man missing from Eugene since early Saturday morning may have been seen hitchhiking on Highway 42 in Winston on Monday, south of Roseburg.
High school students from Reedsport to Brookings got a little help from the pros Wednesday night at the annual Career Exploration Dinner at Southwestern Oregon Community College.
More than $400,000 was granted to organizations in Coos County and surrounding areas Thursday from the Coquille Tribal Community Fund.
Participating motorists will pay a tax of 1.5 cents a mile and get a rebate for the 30-cent-a-gallon Oregon tax they'd pay to drive those miles.
A heads-up for drivers in downtown Coos Bay -- the City Council has approved a change in traffic flow on Third Street between Commercial and Market. The current southbound one-way will become a northbound route as the council approved the change in a 6-1 vote Tuesday.
Oregon Department of Transportation officials say the crash rate in the area is about 29 percent higher than it should be. Many of the crashes involve pedestrians, and city officials are ready to do something about it.
Middle school classrooms in Coos Bay will be a little less crowded next fall as school officials adjust attendance boundaries to send more kids to Bunker Hill.
The parents of a 7-week-old boy who died in January have been arrested on charges of murder by abuse after a medical examiner determined the child died from starvation. Investigators say the mother used her breast milk for online pornography instead of feeding the child.