A man died after falling nearly 45 feet from a trail near Tamolitch Falls on Sunday.
Beachgoers saw some strange sea creatures piling up on the Oregon coastal shores this weekend.
After living without a home, Letxy Fortson knows what it’s like to rely on others for help. Now she gives back at the Creswell Food Pantry and helps others living in the same situation she experienced almost 20 years ago.
Oregon State Police troopers are responding to a single vehicle, double fatality traffic crash on Highway 138 near milepost 41, just east of Steamboat Creek turn-off.
A local man has been volunteering for Food for Lane County for more than two decades. Now he enjoys teaching others to become volunteers like himself.
A leading Latino advocacy group in Lane County is pushing for a review of Eugene Police policies on chokeholds and fleeing suspects.
One small business in Eugene is dealing with graffiti regularly and it’s costing owners thousands of dollars each year.
The KVAL 2015 CanDo! Food Drive is in full swing. Now, one man says he’ll match all cash donations raised during the drive, up to $5,000.
Lane County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a man Friday morning following a pursuit that started on a woman’s ranch in Cottage Grove, continued in the Willamette River, and ended in a cow pasture on Davisson Rd.
Last week Lane Transit District filed a lawsuit in Lane County Circuit Court against four property owners along West 7th Avenue.
Iniguez was found guilty of Murder and Felon in Possession. He was found not guilty on theft.
The decision comes amid controversy surrounding the school after its athletic director and dean of students, Greg Mulkey, was placed on leave.
County commissioners have proposed a vehicle registration license fee of $35 dollars a year.
Developers say the Hilton will feature 120 rooms and is geared toward a different customer than the long-established Hilton Hotel and Conference Center.
For the past year five-year-old Scarlet Craig has been battling a rare form of cancer, but she hasn't been fighting alone. Parents and students at North Eugene and the pre-school program are all working together to put on a fundraising event, with the proceeds going to Scarlet and her family.