An Oregon Department of Corrections inmate walked away Tuesday morning from a Mill Creek Correctional Facility work crew near Philomath, says the Dept. of Corrections.
Detectives found a man dead inside of a duplex early Wednesday morning after flames destroyed the residence along Highway 99E in Jefferson, The Marion County Sheriff's Office said.
Firefighters from the Winston Fire Department and Douglas County Fire District 2 were dispatched to a two vehicle accident at the intersection of Lookingglass Road and NW Safari Road around 12:30 Friday afternoon.
Friday the OLA presented its 2015 Library Employee of the Year Award to Margaret Harmon-Myers, Adult Services Library Assistant at Eugene Public Library. The award was announced at the annual OLA conference held this week at the Eugene Hilton.
The Community Cancer Center opened its doors to the public to celebrate what the installation and certification of what officials say is the most advanced radiotherapy treatment technology available in the industry.
The Hult Center for the Performing Arts has announced Theresa Sizemore as its new general manager. Sizemore served as the interim general manager for nine months prior to the official appointment.
ODOT official s say they think a work zone crash played a significant role in those delays, but say it’s also possible that there might have been congestion and delays even without the crash.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced the appointment of Douglas Paxton as the new director of the VA Roseburg Healthcare System (VARHS).
A woman visiting Portland was greeted by a shocking scene in her motel room: dirty needles stuck in the wall. It doesn't end there. She caught it all on video.
A semi truck carrying millions of honeybees overturned on Interstate 5 north of Seattle early Friday, scattering hives and sending white-suited beekeepers scrambling to save as many insects as they could.
After her appointment, Acting Superintendent Rieke-Smith said she plans to work collaboratively with “the talented educators and families we have in Springfield to serve our more than 10,000 students.”
A Junction City gun shop owner is aiming to recall a state lawmaker from Lane County after they co-sponsored legislation to expand background checks on gun sales.
The Oregon Liquor Control Commission inspector Mark Jaenig says Lane County has about an 85 percent passing rate when it comes to business not selling alcohol to minors.
The ambulance service is a city-owned enterprise. Mayor Matt Rowe says it's been struggling financially for several years.
They believe the number far exceeds the 101, but only 101 are recorded. In one 24-hour period he called 63 times.