If you live in Cooos Bay or North Bend, you may see some discolored water coming from your tap, but officials say it's just the city flushing the lines.
Oregon's most populous county is requiring gender-neutral bathrooms be included whenever a county-owned building is constructed or renovated.
When the sun shines, many love to be outside -- unless you are 3-year-old Alexis James, who has a rare condition that can't handle sunlight.
The P-51 Mustang, the B-17 Flying Fortress and the B-24 Liberator are all here, and aside from these vintage war planes, there is excitement in the air.
Strong gusts of wind brought down trees in Coquille Sunday, one of them landing on a house. Jean Yoakum, that home's owner, said they're just starting to clean up the mess.
From the woods to local neighborhoods, a dry spring means an increased fire danger in Western Oregon.
The 9-month-old baby found dead in her crib last week suffered severe vaginal trauma, according to the autopsy. The child's mother found Serenity Reedy dead in her crib Friday morning.
The iconic Heceta Head Lighthouse is open again after two years of restoration.
The body of an 80-year-old woman was found on a beach near Bandon on Saturday.
With the return of rail traffic to downtown Coos Bay, officials say people crossing the tracks has become a safety issue.
Nearly 40 percent of Oregon high school graduates do not attend college, a number that puts the state behind the national average and far behind the state's goal of getting 80 percent of its young people to earn a college credential.
A small airplane crashed Sunday morning near the Chiloquin State Airport north Klamath Falls, state police said.
A Bandon man is accused of driving drunk and crashing his SUV down an embankment at the Santiam Pass Junction Saturday morning. He and his 5-year-old son were taken from the crash scene with non-life threatening injuries, state police said.
A man who was reported missing early Saturday morning was found safe later that night, Oregon State Police said.