Sparks from a passing train likely started two fast-moving brush fires along Roberts Mountain Road on Friday, one of which briefly threatened a home.
An 18-year-old man faces accusations he sexually abused a 3-month-old girl Thursday, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office said.
So far, 2014 has tied 1990 as the warmest summer on record in Eugene. This summer has been the hottest on record for Portland and Salem.
Robert Littleton Willis asked family in Mill City to hide his computer in June, Linn County Sheriff Bruce Riley said. Why would he want to hide his computer? his relatives wondered.
Some people gathered outside the Springfield Police Department on Thursday to protest the shooting of a dog by an officer on Tuesday.The dog survived but faces additional veterinarian bills.
At about 7 p.m. Friday TriMet said it had restored service to the Blue and Green MAX lines after a train derailed earlier in the afternoon.
Tests at the Washington State Patrol crime lab have confirmed that the blood on ripped-up flooring and clothing found along an Auburn roadway is human, say Auburn police officials.
There is a $500 reward in the investigation into an apparent arson fire at a Eugene school.
A truck hauling 50,000 empty glass wine bottles crashed on soutbound Interstate 5 early Friday morning.
A dangerous log jam on the North Santiam River is no more.
Three trails near Oakridge popular with mountain bikers are closed due to fires ignited by lightning.
A man is lucky to be alive Friday after he jumped off an overpass on Interstate 5 in Olympia and fell 100 feet while fleeing from police.
Life is good for goats at the Ferns Edge Dairy. But customers love the milk and cheese produced by the goats - so much so that the demand has gotten too high for dairy owners Shari Reyna and Fred Warner to keep up.
An intoxicated camp host chased her husband around the campground and menaced campers with a stick before deputies arrived Tuesday evening, the Coos County Sheriff's Office said.
Herbicide meant for nearby timberland rained from a helicopter onto residential property in the Cedar Valley area of Curry County on October 16, 2013, residents say. Now the state has fined the company responsible $20,000 - and residents have sued the state, seeking to overturn a state law that limits their ability to sue over the spray.