A Myrtle Point man was cited Wednesday afternoon, after state police say his oversize load struck and damaged a bridge.
The video is sideways and shaky but it is 1 minute and 13 seconds of a bear running down a residential street with a teenage girl in hot pursuit – swearing – a lot.
Sometimes, two hours on a mountain bike is as long as I can go before I am basically spent, physically and mentally. Other times, four-plus hours seems like no problem. Often, how long you can ride and how long you want to ride depends on the trail.
Several witnesses report that it was tornado that caused the damage. The National Weather Service sent a team to investigate and determined late Thursday night it was indeed a tornado.
The neighbor told sheriff's deputies he saw something move in the shadows. But it turned out to be a 4-year-old black lab named Lola.
A University of Oregon graduate was shot dead on the streets of Oakland, California, less than an hour before his birthday.
The search for a 19-year-old Vancouver woman -- who went missing after embarking on a "spiritual quest" wearing nothing but a fanny pack -- resumed on Saturday morning.
From Alaska to New Mexico, Montana to Hawaii, the American West as seen through the cameras of The Associated Press.
A man wanted for manufacturing IEDs who is described as untrusting of government remains at large Thursday, Coos Bay Police said.
The Obama administration has agreed to let the Plan B One-Step brand of emergency contraception sell over the counter to anyone of any age.
Three years ago, the owner of Xtreme Graphics got pulled over and ticketed for the graphic wrap over his rear window. He didn't think that was fair, so he fought the law - and got it changed.
The ongoing sex abuse case against Christopher Gannon was pushed back a little furthur on Monday.
Sen. Ron Wyden says Director of National Intelligence James Clapper had a day to prepare his answer to Congress that there was no widespread collection of Americans' phone records.
Following several lengthy public debates over the use of domestic drones in Oregon, the state Senate decided Monday to move forward with a plan that would bar law enforcement officers from using unmanned aerial vehicles to collect information except with a warrant or in emergency circumstances.
Rep. Peter Defazio is trying to call attention to proposed cuts to food stamps by shopping on a budget. Armed with his coupons, he set out to spend just $31.50 on groceries for the week at Winco. That amount is the average benefit an individual on SNAP, otherwise known as food stamps, receives a week.