Earth First! activists locked themselves to equipment at the Seneca Jones biomass plant in north Eugene on Monday while other protesters deployed a banner on one of the plant's towers.
A buck-naked 20-year-old man was high on the Holy Spirit -- and also LSD -- when he broke into a sleeping Seattle family's home and started loudly reciting scripture, according to the Seattle Police Department.
A man died July 4 when he crashed an off-road motorcycle near Loon Lake, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office said.
A man used the stock of his AK-47 to deflect machete blows from a roommate after an argument turned violent Sunday afternoon, Newport Police said.
A woman is behind bars on an assault charges after police arrived at her Wilderville home Saturday night to find her husband with a gunshot wound in his leg.
Clean-up crews in Montana have their work cut out for them Saturday morning as they try to recover Boeing fuselages that crashed into the river on their way to Renton, Washington.
Fire ripped through the historic Crab Pot in Lincoln City Thursday afternoon, shutting down Highway 101 for almost two hours while crews worked to extinguish the flames.
State police want the public's help locating a man wanted on a warrant for murder.
A backpacker visiting from South America is locked in federal detention after reportedly over-extending his stay by 30 minutes. A Seattle immigration attorney has taken on the case for free saying it's absurd.
Highway workers found a Coos Bay man dead in his car submerged in the Umpqua River along Highway 38, about 6 miles east of Reedsport.
Lt. Steve Mitchell is in his first month on the job in Coos Bay. He recently celebrated his 17th anniversary with state police and said there's no better place to be than home in Coos Bay.
Construction on Grant Circle started this month.
he Farmers Market downtown now accepts Oregon Trail cards, also know as food stamps.
A former Willamette High School athletic trainer convicted of sexually abusing a student was sentenced to 3 years in prison Wednesday.