EUGENE, Ore. - A Frontier Airlines plane made it's first flight into the Eugene Airport from Denver on Thursday afternoon.
The plane was showered with an inaugural water bath as it drove under a water arch created by two airport fire trucks.
The owner of a California horse farm has been arrested and charged by authorities with traffiking meth into Douglas County.
Amanda Knox's tell-all book, "Waiting to Be Heard," has hit No. 5 on the Publishers Weekly best-sellers list.
A group of friends had their afternoon coffee break interrupted by a rake-wielding man Tuesday afternoon on the Ave, according to the Seattle Police Department.
Oregon legislators are considering a bill to legalize and license medical marijuana retailers, calling it a step toward reining in abuses of the state's 15-year-old effort to allow people to use pot for therapy.
Wade Lind sketched out his plans for a bicycle hearse on a napkin at McDonald's. "It doesn't handle like a regular bicycle," the funeral director said.
Initial reports indicated a semi truck clipped a woman on Beltline Road on Friday morning, but police are investigating whether the woman was hit at all in what is being called an apparent suicide attempt.
A Bandon midwife facing manslaughter charges is pleading guilty to another charge instead of going to trial.
Anna Prosser Robinson is not your typical beauty queen. The former Miss Oregon USA is both smart and beautiful. She also happens to be a video game fanatic.
Neighbors tended to an injured man and put out a small fire after a drunk driver crashed into a tree at high speed Wednesday evening, Springfield Police said.
Volunteers were held at gunpoint and forced from room to room during an armed robbery at a Southeast Portland medical marijuana dispensary.
Helene Neville is running from Canada to Mexico. She's putting in 30-mile days en route to the Mexican border, talking to doctors, nurses and health practitioners along the way.
The person who dumped paint, used oil, pesticides and diesel fuel on public lands created a costly mess for taxpayers and potentially caustic mix for the environment. But they didn't save any money.
"I thank the Lord every day for the gift I've been given," says Eugene resident, Navy vet and liver transplant recipient Rod Fosback.
The search for Susan Powell led detectives to Scotts Mills on Tuesday in Marion County, according to a law enforcement source. On Thursday morning, searchers concluded the search after finding nothing.
Mike Powell, deputy chief with west valley city police out of utah: police have completed the ground search. did not find her. they will be returning to Utah. they are near the point they are exhausting all leads. 15 to 20 investigators in total.