The small community in Roseburg has come together in countless ways since last week's mass shooting at Umpqua Community College. Justin Troxel and his good friend Mike Smith, the manager of The Steel Outlet in Roseburg, are now creating countless metal signs in the shape of Oregon, featuring a cutout heart in the place of Roseburg.
President Barack Obama is visiting Roseburg a week after the mass shooting on the Umpqua Community College campus. His arrival was met with mixed reaction from the Roseburg community.
President Obama was expected to arrive in Eugene midday October 9 and transfer from Air Force 1 to the Marine 1 helicopter that arrived earlier in the week.
A 19-year-old woman who was shot several times last week at Umpqua Community College remains hospitalized in critical condition.
Vancouver city officials say they don't plan on fixing several striping jobs after paint spread across the roads, despite demands from some residents to re-paint.
An early morning fight between two groups of students escalated into gunfire in the parking lot outside an Arizona university dormitory, leaving one person dead and three others wounded, authorities said Friday.
Myles Gaskin ran for 134 yards and a fourth-quarter touchdown, and Washington shut down No. 17 Southern California's high-powered offense throughout a 17-12 victory over the Trojans on Thursday night.
Dandelions Flower Shop started at Douglas County Fire District No.2 to help the first responders and their families. The idea was to take one flower for yourself and then another to give to someone else in need of a smile.
First and second graders at Lookingglass Elementary School created an art project to show their support for the victim.
Researchers at the University of Oregon say a new study on bacteria could be the future of solving crimes.
Hundreds of people lined up outside a Roseburg church Thursday afternoon to help put 34-year-old Jason Johnson to rest.
Bob Ackerman collapsed on the dock as he stepped out of his fishing boat September 8. For Ackerman, Rick Neet of Eugene was one of the people in the right place at the right time.
The most surprising development at one dispensary: the number of recreational buyers inquiring about medical uses for marijuana.
A 12-week-old kitten who was shot in the head was found clinging to life in a Portland dumpster last month.
At 11 a.m., Umpqua Community College staff locked hands and stood in a silent line, their heads bowed in a moment of silence for the 8 students and their teacher who died a week ago when a gunman opened fire inside their classroom.