The first horseless carriage arrived in Oregon in 1899. Early motorists shared the dirt roads with horse-drawn buggies and pack animals. So in 1913, out of the mud came the Oregon State Highway Department, later renamed ODOT in 1969.
It's one of the latest trends among photographers - wearable 'action' cameras that allow us to share unique perspectives of the world around us.
The DFPA says the Shively Creek Fire is 20% contained, and has not grown in size since Monday.
Photos of the Shively Creek Fire courtesy Kyle Reed of the Douglas Forest Protective Association.
It's a proposal that could end fishing opportunities for hatchery salmon in the Milicoma, as well as eliminate the hatchery steelhead program on the South Coos and Coquille rivers.
A fire destroyed a two-story log home in Cornelius, Ore. Saturday evening.
The Central Oregon Interagency Dispatch Center says a 168-acre wildfire ignited by a downed power line is 75 percent contained. that sparked wildfires and forced the evacuation of several dozen homes.
Bay area residents and World War II veterans will soon get the opportunity to take off back in time at the Southwest Oregon Regional Airport.
Investigators have ruled out arson as the cause of a huge Southern California wildfire that was 75 percent contained Sunday after burning through coastal mountains and threatening thousands of homes.
A psychiatrist pleaded guilty Wednesday and was sentenced to 30 days in jail for planting booby traps that injured Oregon mountain bikers riding down national forest trails outside Ashland.
Authorities ordered the evacuation of a university and a neighborhood on Thursday as gusting winds drove a raging wildfire toward a Southern California community and hampered efforts by hundreds of firefighters battling another foothill blaze.
The Bay Area Chamber of Commerce needs volunteers for a large beach clean-up project.
Robert Finke of Gladstone, fell approximately 100 to 200 feet and broke one of his legs.
It was the tenth annual Family Fun Day this weekend at John Topits Park. Hundreds came out to fish, play and soak up the sun this Saturday.
On Sunday, disabled veterans, and anyone else with a disability who wanted to try it out, got a chance to get on board a dragon boat, kayak or rower and give it a whirl.