The costumed college crowds partying in the UO campus neighborhoods will be joined by some people dressing up in police uniforms this Halloween weekend as officers treat out-of-hand partiers to citations.
A school bus hit a man walking early in the morning and he became trapped underneath the bus.
Police are asking Eugene homeowners to keep their garages locked after receiving several reports of homes being burglarized in the Santa Clara and River Road area.
A man suspected in the sexual assault of a woman at an airport hotel in Portland, as well as several other suspected violent crimes across the country, has been arrested.
Dozens of employees from McKenzie Willamette Medical Center gathered starting at 6 a.m. to take a stand on what they describe as unfair labor practices surrounding the cost of their health care.
Voters agreed to pay for more jail beds to keep more offenders behind bars. The result: The number of people released from jail due to a lack of space dropped almost 75 percent this past year.
In the elite world of track and field, it appears the Spanish and Qatari cities are Track Town USA's competition for the 2019 IAAF World Track and Field Championships.
The Eugene City Council will likely take a vote on adding a fourth floor and more underground parking to current plans for a new City Hall.
Multnomah County is monitoring someone who came from West Africa and is staying with a host family for symptoms of Ebola. But health officials said the risk is very low that the person is infected with the deadly virus
Over 200 zombies danced in perfect beat to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” as part of the third annual Thrill the World Eugene event under the Washington – Jefferson Bridge Saturday afternoon, with the dance beginning at exactly 3 p.m. in order to be synchronized with dancers in 21 countries globally.
A 14-year-old girl died two days after a student opened fire inside a Washington state high school, raising the death toll in the shooting to three, including the gunman who killed himself as a teacher tried to stop him.
Fire crews put out a blaze at a northwest Eugene warehouse Sunday night.
More than 300 employees at McKenzie Willamette Medical Center represented by the Service Employees International Union 49 plan to start a 3-day strike Tuesday.
Police investigating a horrific weekend crash that killed four people and seriously injured two others say it's possible one or two of the victims may have been pedestrians who were struck by the car as it slammed into a power pole.
Was your car broken into overnight late Sunday or early Monday? Police might have your missing property.