A gust of wind pushed a paraglider past his landing site and into a tree Saturday afternoon.
Search and rescue crews used a helicopter to pluck the paraglider from the tree.
A lost prosthetic leg that washed ashore in Kingston over the weekend has been returned with its rightful owner.
Sections of the Bandon Marsh have been sprayed with larvacide since early May. In addition to spraying, vector control will be handing out around 100 bat houses within the next couple of weeks to help mitigate future mosquitos.
A beachcomber made a startling discovery along a Kitsap County shoreline on Sunday. It wasn't another severed foot that had washed up, but it was close.
The Oregon State Parks and Recreation Commission voted unanimously June 25 to purchase 357 acres of coastal property in Tillamook County. The department will eventually open the park after discussing parking options with the county and nearby residents.
Scientists studying southern resident killer whales for the past decade now know they are among the most contaminated marine mammals, with pollutants particularly high in the youngest whales, according to information released Wednesday.
Oregon law restricts the kinds of fireworks you can legally set off at home.
But professional fireworks operators set up shows across the region on the Fourth of July.
If you want to leave the rocket's red glare to the pros, here are some ideas where to go.
Since 2007, 9 counties in southern Oregon and northern California have formed the California Oregon Regional Search and Rescue cooperative, or CORSAR for short.
Weyerhaeuser plans to sell a limited number of permits to access private timberlands for recreational purposes.
A crew from the ferry boat Wenatchee rescued a man who had been knocked off his boat into the chilly waters of Elliott Bay Monday afternoon.
An iconic Oregon Coast landmark received a special tourism award.
A tour of the aftermath of the Douglas Complex fires gave people from southern Oregon a closer look at the plans for the public and private lands scorched by the flames.
One person died and five people were rescued by fishermen after a boat capsized in the mouth of the Columbia River on Friday, the U.S. Coast Guard said.