Fire crews responded twice Thursday to a north Eugene property where the State of Oregon says thousands of used tires are being illegally stored.
The University of Oregon will change the way it handles confidential therapy records after making electronic copies of such records involving a student who sued the school.
The friends and family gathered Wednesday at Sheldon High School for a candlelight vigil to mourn the loss of 32-year-old Lujuan Renrick and 25-year-old Kelsy Lee Becker.
A pickup truck crashed into a utility pole, bringing down lines on Hilyard Street between 36th and 37th avenues in South Eugene on Thursday.
Five years ago, Lane Transit District slashed service hours by 11 percent, a move brought on by the recession. Now LTD is ready to add hours back to their schedule - including potential service to the Eugene Airport.
Firstsource Solutions plans to hire 250 people for its new center on Chad Drive, where the international business process management company eventually may employ as many as 450 people, the company said Wednesday.
A booming side-business to marijuana production comes with an explosive danger, the Lane County sheriff warned commissioners Wednesday.
The 17-year-old boy accused of raping a woman near Autzen Stadium last fall pleaded guilty to rape, kidnapping and other charges Friday.
The lone survivor of a car crash Sunday night remains in critical condition at a local hospital as police continue to investigate who was driving and what caused the crash.
A man sexually assaulted a woman in the shower after breaking into her house and disrobing Wednesday, Corvallis Police said. The suspect dropped his cell phone at the scene, police said.
Oregon Health Authority officials say a sixth confirmed meningococcal disease case in a University of Oregon student underscores the critical importance of getting vaccinated against the illness before or during spring break.
An Oakridge man died when his pickup truck went off the highway and hit a guardrail and trees Wednesday evening.
The next superintendent of the Eugene 4J School District earned his doctorate at the University of Oregon. Dr. Gustavo Balderas agreed to a 3-year contract with a start date of July 1.
The FBI confirmed one person has died near an explosion Thursday along Highway 26, which was closed for most of the day while authorities investigated.
The engine was still running when deputies found a woman dead in the driver’s seat of a car early Thursday morning that was parked on the side of Hunsaker Road Southeast in rural Marion County.