Another vacation home has fallen prey to the Pacific Ocean at Washaway Beach in Pacific County. Around 3:30 in the afternoon the house growned and then tipped on its side. Half was in the water, half still on the bank. That makes three homes in a week
The event takes place Sunday at 7 p.m. at Bay Crest Village in North Bend.
A Glide woman was arrested and charged with assault after stabbing her roommate December 7th, according to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.
40-year-old Willy Jenkins of Bandon was arrested in Charleston Wednesday on seven warrants ranging from felon in possession of a firearm to several drug related charges.
A dwelling belonging to an elderly couple at the Inland Point Retirement Cottages & Assisted Living in North Bend was damaged when strong winds blew a tree over on top of it.
Coos County clerk Terri Turi says in her tenure she's done four automatic recounts when races were close, but she's never had anyone file a demand for a recount.
Police and emergency workers are on the scene of a two-vehicle crash on Highway 42 near milepost 4.
The Coos County Home Rule Charter measure failed in the November General Election with 74 percent of voters turning it down, but now it's headed for a partial recount.
Swells higher than 30 feet are expected along the coast, but some people enjoy watching Mother Nature in action.
The US House passed Representative Peter DeFazio's bill Tuesday to bring changes for five tribes and their land in Oregon.
Supporters and opponents of the Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline turned out at Umpqua Community College for a public forum Tuesday night.
A Dutch Bros. employee got quite the scare Monday night when a vehicle hit the coffee hut Monday.
A potent storm came ashore Wednesday, bringing pounding rain and powerful winds to the Oregon Coast and southern Willamette Valley. A second, potentially more damaging storm is on tap for Thursday.
Oregon State Police are asking folks in the Curry, Coos and western Douglas Counties to use caution as high winds and heavy rains cover the area.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is holding six public comment meetings in Oregon on the environmental impacts associated with the Jordan Cove Energy Project and the Pacific Connector Pipeline.