A judge in Hillsboro, Oregon, has decided to grant the co-founder of Dave's Killer Bread a conditional release, deciding that Dave Dahl doesn't need to be sent to a state mental hospital.
Oregon State Police troopers in Coos Bay are continuing the investigation into Friday's fatal head-on crash on Highway 38 at Paradise Road, near Elkton.
Two women have sued the City of Eugene, the chief of police and a police department supervisor saying they should have done more to halt sexual harassment and abuse by one of its officers.
"She said Tina, you need to hear this," recalled supervisor Tina Garcia. "I think this is no joke, something's happening, this lady is getting hit."
The Yaquina Head Lighthouse will re-open for free public tours starting Sunday.
"There's big seas, high winds and bad weather. There's lots of steep cliffs, there's lots of inaccessible areas," Coast Guard pilot Lt. Caroline Kearney said. "We usually don't get a lot of calls here, but when we do they're usually pretty serious when the helicopter gets called out."
The 12-year-old boy’s family says the Reynolds School District won't let them see the video and that not enough is being done to keep all of their kids safe.
Free tax help will now be available starting February 1 for low to moderate income individuals preparing their taxes.
Two people died in a 3-vehicle crash on Highway 99 Thursday morning, and a third person died in a crash on the detour around the initial crash scene, state police said.
A farmer opposes a pave bike and pedestrian path through his farmland, arguing the path should follow a highway right-of-way instead of a railroad.
Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber says legitimate questions have been raised about his fiancee's taxes after newspaper reports that income from a renewable energy group didn't appear on her tax returns.
The dog, a Rottweiler around one or two years old, had to be euthanized, sheriff's office says wounds went untreated for 3 to 5 days.
Nancy Gronfeldt noticed cracks at the base of the tree that had watched over her historic 1910 home for more than a century. What she did next stands - tall - as a testament to her favorite cryptozoological creature.
A storage tank exploded at a Lakewood used auto parts store, sending flames and a thick plume of black smoke high into the air.
For some reason, people dump unwanted cats in the Santa Clara neighborhood.