More than 50 formal complaints were filed at Monday night's Coos Bay School Board meeting, many calling for an investigation into the leadership of Coos Bay School District #9.
In a city that loves its goats, the Portland International Airport now has a temporary herd.
Dr. Hertica Martin placed her resignation on Monday for personal reasons. She has served as the Springfield Superintendent for two years.
Oregon State Police say the agency's crime lab has positively identified the remains of the second body found on a ranch in southern Oregon in January.
After a less than stellar offensive performance in the second game of the Civil War series on Saturday, both the Oregon Ducks and Oregon State Beavers had an impressive day at the plate on Sunday in a 10-9 Oregon victory that gave the Ducks their first conference series win of the season, and their first over rival Oregon State since the 2011 season.
UPDATE: The University of Oregon's Board of Trustees named Michael Schill as the 18th President of the U of O in an emergency meeting Tuesday afternoon.
Voters could get to decide the fate of Oregon's minimum wage if a grass roots group has anything to say about it. 15 Now Oregon plans to file for a ballot measure this week for the 2016 election. They don’t think they’re going to get the response they want from lawmakers in Salem.
Eugene Police are looking for a man they say robbed a local convenience store in the early morning hours Tuesday. According to department officials, a male suspect had entered the store and demanded money from the clerk. No weapon was displayed, police say.
Authorities say an inmate walked away Tuesday from a Mill Creek Correctional Facility work crew near Philomath, Oregon.
Linn County authorities have identified an elderly woman who died after her car got stuck in the mud at a closed logging gate.
It’s one of more than 150 stores to be renovated across the region by the Pacific Northwest Grocery Company.
The Junior League of Eugene says there are more than 300,000 kids at risk of human trafficking in the United States alone. The organization is hosting a Human Trafficking Awareness event Tuesday to promote dialogue on the growing numbers of those victimized.
The CanDo! Food Drive is happening right now and Food for Lane County has all kinds of programs to help people of all ages. One program designed just for kids is the Weekend Snack Pack program, which serves 50 kids in low-income families at each of the five participating schools in Springfield every week.
Police say the 26-year-old Alabama man began a relationship with her via the internet, sometime in 2013. According to detectives, in April of 2015 he agreed to move to Oregon and live with her.
The Oregon Education Investment Board has spent hundreds of thousands of General Fund dollars on consultants to analyze and summarize data relating to educational outcomes, develop a statewide literacy campaign and, most significantly, foster partnerships within communities around the state.