Jurors spent only about an hour deliberating Tuesday before convicting an Oregon woman of killing two handymen and feeding their corpses to her pigs.
"They're people that just want to help their community who are working full time jobs elsewhere and want to help our community and the Coos Bay Police Department by coming out and donating their time to assist officers in what their daily roles are," said Ty Meier of the Coos Bay Police Department.
Pacific Power says the pole should be replaced by Wednesday.
After a sixth grade class had its artwork on display at the Umpqua Valley Arts Association, one student got an offer he couldn't turn down.
Think clear thoughts: the Lyrid meteor shower hits its peak Wednesday night.
Oregon Department of Transportation officials say they're about 90 percent finished with the concrete replacement project that stretches more than seven miles.
The Coos Bay School District is offering parents an opportunity to learn about the new tests and share their concerns.
A witness in the trial of a southern Oregon woman charged with killing two handymen and feeding their corpses to her pigs has testified the woman signed a birthday card in jail with this phrase: "from the sweetest murderer in Jackson County."
A Coos County man has been sentenced to 24 months following an investigation into drug charges by the South Coast interagency Narcotics Team. The sentence stems from a SCINT investigation in May 2014 led by Deputy Detective Gil Datan.
Both were known to be on felony probation with several stipulations and both denied drug use and allowed a search of their vehicle.
A drunk driver who hit and killed a pedestrian in August 2013 pleaded guilty to the charges against him Tuesday.
More than 600 athletes were competing.
A Coos County deputy sheriff doing a forest patrol on an all-terrain vehicle has died in an accident.
Organizers say the support of local businesses and organizations makes it all possible.
The Coos Bay School District is moving ahead with its formal complaint policy after receiving 64 complaints concerning district superintendent Dawn Granger last Monday.