Bureau of Land Management Rangers Shane Presley and Ted Gage waded into the water to help it back into the surf and hopefully back to its family.
The motorcycle run is a tribute to firefighter Jeff Common, who lost his life in a structure fire with Randy Carpenter and Chuck Hanner over 12 years ago.
COOS BAY, Ore. – A Coos Bay man was hospitalized Sunday after he crashed his car while driving suspended andunder the influence, Coos Bay Sheriff’s officials said.
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The Umpqua Discovery Center is piecing together the history one photograph at a time. They've acquired over 300 undocumented photos and they're asking the public to help identify them.
The Douglas Forest Protective Association increased the fire danger on all DFPA protected lands to “Extreme” Sunday morning.
The July Jubilee Princesses kicked off the festivities with children's activities at the library Friday morning.
‘Coffee with a Cop’ is a national program that gives the community a chance to meet local law enforcement and North Bend PD was the first department in Oregon to do the event.
The flags that make up the display for the ‘Avenue of Flags’ at the VA campus in Roseburg are all donated by the families of veterans and now the VA is seeking more burial flags.
Her family says they hope her death can bring awareness to domestic violence.
You may want to tap your breaks in downtown North Bend as the speed limit drops from 30 MPH to 20.
The decision was finalized at a Port Commission meeting Thursday night as current CEO David Koch will be stepping down at the end of November.
'Mojo' came to the Safari from the Buffalo Zoo on June 9 and has been hanging out, off display, for a standard 30 day quarantine.
Douglas County Commissioners passed two ordinances that will put marijuana dispensaries on the ballot next year: One prohibits selling recreational marijuana in medical marijuana dispensaries; the other bans the growing and processing of marijuana for retail or wholesale outside city limits.
Ralph Dotson won the Special Districts Election race in May to fill Position 3 on the Lakeside Fire Board, but the board had voted unanimously to not certify his position; now, it appears they've reversed the decision.
For the second year in a row, Oregon's timber harvest amounted to more than four billion board feet.