It was billed as a bubble soccer match, but in reality soccer had almost nothing to do with it.
What it really was was a chance to knock one of your friends head over heels without injuring them.
Blake Burwell arose in Norway one morning last June bent on adding a little spice to the increasingly tedious task of jumping off a 3,000-foot cliff.
A Seattle real estate developer has been charged for the poisoning of 123 trees with salt in Chelan County, and detectives said the suspect did it to improve the views on his own land and sales of lots.
A selection of such posters from World Wars I and II will be on display at the Oregon Historical Society in "The Art of War: Propaganda Posters of World Wars I & II" February 28 through December 7.
Clackamas firefighters rescued 20 adult pigs and a number of piglets from a barn fire this morning.
Last weekend, the High Desert Museum south of Bend unveiled its newest exhibit, "Brewing Culture: The Craft of Beer," with a party that offered generous samples from local breweries, live music, food and fun activities for kids.
A new voice is set to emerge from southern Deschutes County. KNCP FM 107.3, a low-power and all-volunteer community radio station based out of La Pine, is scheduled to hit the airwaves Feb. 14.
Ergot is strange. And a very, very old fossil now makes clear that it’s been around about as long as grass itself.
First-grader Leo Rickard raised $84 by asking friends and family to chip in to save Civic Stadium in lieu of birthday gifts.
A suicide pact circulated by a middle school student was inspired by a movie with a plot line similar to the 1978 Jonestown massacres, the school district said Friday.