The 13th Annual Bus Jam shattered donation goals over the weekend. The toy and food drive collected more than 3,000 toys and 35,000 pounds of food.
He's considered the most successful basketball player to come out of Marshfield High School, and now he officially has his own street in Coos Bay.
Renewing Grant Circle was first proposed 17 years ago, and after months of construction the new Grant Circle is open to the public.
The Coos Bay-North Bend board says continuous traffic flow will be maintained on Ocean Boulevard to one lane each direction within the construction zone. Motorists should use caution and reduce speeds through the construction area.
The Federal Regulatory Commission will hold the first of six public comment meetings around the state in Coos Bay on Monday.
Without a permit, the boat's owner started to pull his boat out around 3 a.m. Friday, blocking access to the public ramp for most of the day.
Saturday is your chance to be a part of Santa's workshop as the Coos Bay Boat Building Center in Empire is hosting a hands on class on how to build miniature wooden sail boats.
For many people, watching It's a Wonderful Life is a holiday tradition, and now the Dolphin Playhouse Theater in Coos Bay is giving you the opportunity to enjoy the holiday classic in a different way.
What could have been a smelly disaster in North Bend will instead be a day of construction on Newmark Street after a sewage line collapsed between Oak and Fir Streets.
A Roseburg man has recently won the Benjamin Franklin Award, an accolade from the National Weather Service. The award has been given to institutions in the past but this is the first time the national service in Medford has given it to an individual.
A young man with health issues hasn't been seen since late November and is considered missing, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office said.
The Sight and Hearing Association's Noisy Toys List is out. Hearing experts say some of the year's most popular toys are so loud they could be damaging.
A Roseburg veteran committed suicide and now his family is saying the VA hospital is to blame.
The new Mel Counts Corridor in East Side has been named after former Marshfield basketball player Mel Counts.
Earlier this year, the entire board of the Gardiner Sanitary District was recalled, and after new board members enacted a rate increase, several residents contacted KCBY with complaints.