Part of the popular trail system at Multnomah Falls was closed Thursday after a landslide made for some unsafe hiking conditions in the area, the US Forest Service said.
A woman died in an explosion Thursday afternoon inside a building at Scappoose Sand and Gravel, the Columbia County Sheriff's Office said.
Hundreds of volunteers donated hours of time to make the 26th annual dinner happen.
Overnight, the Springfield Police logs show there were nine calls for vehicle break-ins.
The event benefits Food for Lane County and Saint Vincent de Paul. A Food for Lane County representative said the event is becoming a Thanksgiving tradition in Eugene.
As guests swing by to drop off gifts or holiday tidings, it can create a lot of chaos for pets who aren't used to constant interruptions. In response, some animals try to bolt, and a constant stream of visitors can provide the perfect opportunity for animals to take off.
Usually it's the day after Thanksgiving that people associate with shopping, but some are calling the day “grey Thursday,” with stores offering deals a day early.
City staff says although the measures are holding, it will still be necessary to replace the compromised section of pipe. The temporary measures will be monitored by city staff throughout Thanksgiving Day and into the evening to ensure integrity.
Oregon State Police Fish & Wildlife troopers in Central Oregon arrested a man accused of shooting a trophy class, 205” mule deer.
A huge slide is threatening to change the course of the Pilchuck River near Snohomish, and possibly take a home along with it.
Two people were found dead inside a Sherwood home after a 5-hour standoff with police that started early Thursday morning.
A Sweet Home man is dead after suffering injuries in a tree-trimming accident, according to the Linn County Sheriff’s Office.