After a mosquito infestation near the Bandon Marsh Wildlife Refuge last summer, residents are hoping it doesn't happen again this year.
Rescuers pulled an unresponsive woman out of a reservoir early Friday morning and revived her, the Lane County Sheriff's Office said.
If it was in Mother Nature's playbook, it was used against parts of Nebraska Tuesday evening: Torrential rain, constant lightning, near-hurricane-force winds, tornadoes, and tennis ball-sized hail -- pretty much all at the same time.
Over 600 students from across Douglas County got a shot at living the pioneer life at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
Boise Fire says a newborn female mule deer was recently brought to Fire Station No. 8 near Orchard and Overland by a gardener who found it nearby and thought it may have been abandoned.
The University of Oregon's Museum of Natural and Cultural History is set to open "Explore Oregon" and welcome the public to the new 2,755-square-foot exhibition hall devoted to the state's natural history and geology.
For his Eagle Scout project, Kendrick Wallace wants to collect flotation jackets and refurbish park kiosks where families can borrow a personal flotation device for kids for the day for free.
Abandoned boats are being set adrift on rivers in Marion County, the sheriff's office said.
You know how sometimes in baseball and football your team clinches the division with several games still left in the regular seaso. Seattle just did that, meteorologically speaking, by breaking a six month rainfall record... and only needing four months to do it.
The accident happened just before 11 a.m. at Camp Westwind along the banks of the Salmon River about two miles north of Lincoln City, the sheriff’s office said.
It's not often in a lifetime you get treated to a brand new meteor shower that no one has ever seen before, but that is the case Friday night with the (pardon me a moment while I go copy and paste this:) Camelopardalids Meteor Shower.
A pontoon boat infested with invasive mussels was intercepted by a sheriff's deputy and decontaminated, state officials said.
A couple who went hiking to look for eagles Wednesday morning got lost in swamp brush and had to call 911 for help.
Inside the Oregon home of the famed Spruce Goose