The GOP is making a bold play for a U.S. Senate seat in reliably Democratic Oregon, where a Republican hasn't been elected to a statewide office in more than a decade.
A rookie and a veteran marathon runner from Oregon will join 35,000 runners on Monday.
An outing for a Silverdale Boy Scout troop turned tragic Saturday morning when a 12-year-old boy died while playing in the Olympic National Forest.
Police on Saturday booked the man suspected of shooting officer Jeff Dorn and killing Dorn’s K-9 partner, Mick, on Wednesday.
As the annual Megga Hunt returned to Lively Park, families gathered to enjoy a day filled with Easter egg hunting.
A 10-year old Junction City boy camped with Eugene's homeless Friday for a night to get a first-hand experience of what homeless life is like. After his stay on the streets, Keegan Keppner pledged to help the homeless.
Emerald Empire Sports Car Club held its first event of the autocross season at the Bald Knob Lumber yard. A variety of drivers attended ranging from novice drivers in ordinary street cars, to nationally competitive drivers in purpose built race cars.
The annual anime convention Sakura-Con continues their weekend residence in downtown Seattle. Upwards of 50,000 people attend Sakura-Con every year.
The High School Electrathon electric car competition returns for the 12th year to Lane Community College.
A group of gamers got together at the Springfield Hilton on Saturday to share in their common love of video games, while also competing for bragging rights.
Eugene Police are looking for a man they believe robbed the downtown Off The Waffle restaurant on Friday night.
Meet Wally, a giant Flemish rabbit at the Oregon Humane Society. He'll be looking for a home starting sometime next week.
The Oregon Legislature's vote last year to regulate medical marijuana shops created new business opportunities for another kind of pot enterprise - marijuana testing - but leaves it virtually unregulated.
A 12-year-old boy has died following a hiking accident near the Lower Lena Lake trail on Saturday.
When they read a study that suggested inmates who were visited by their families while in prison were significantly less likely to return to prison, officials in the Oregon Department of Corrections crunched their numbers and found about 60 percent of the state's inmates never received a visitor.