When nobody filed for the position, it was guaranteed to go to a write in candidate.
A children's book auction this week at the Douglas County Library in Roseburg is helping to get children excited about reading books.
Scouts knocked on doors and dropped off shopping bags to collect non-perishable food items for the Salvation Army in Roseburg.
The $2,000 was donated to the Community Cancer Foundation Friday.
There is one lane open at this time. ODOT is routing traffic through with a pilot car.
Have you ever stopped to look at the plastic carriers used on 6-packs of cans by craft brewers like Hop Valley and Oakshire? You will after this story.
High school students were treated to a four course Thanksgiving lunch to kick start the holidays.
Stockings for Soldiers is in its 10th year of providing gift-filled stockings to deployed U.S. military from Oregon.
Crater Lake National Park is considering increases in entrance fees based on new standards being implemented for national parks across the country.
Oregon Department of Transportation officials said traffic was delayed for up to 20 minutes following the crash.
Researchers think they've discovered the bacteria responsible for killing oyster larvae at hatcheries in the Pacific Northwest.
It was just the first of Mr. Rooster's problems that he was first believed to be a Ms. His crowing has given him away, though, and his owner in Cornelius has been dinged six times in five months for violating city ordinances.
Seven-year-old Reagan Bute is safe after her father turned himself in to Ashland Police Thursday morning. Paul Bute picked his daughter up early from school Wednesday morning, which was a violation of a custody ruling handed down later that day.
The BLM says there’s a limit of three trees per household, and they want to make sure families bundle up and think safety when they go out to pick up a tree.
Negotiations have bogged down between Mercy Medical Center in Roseburg and Regence Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oregon.
The coats will be handed out at YMCA's Breakfast with Santa event December 13th.
The project delivers thousands of gift-filled shoeboxes to children in need, and in Roseburg volunteers are preparing to send those gifts around the world.
The main attraction is the competitions but where most people see pups competing, about a dozen vendors see a lucrative business.
Winston's 'Mayor for a Day' is a second grader from Lookingglass Elementary.
The ordinance follows complaints from business owners who have been reporting issues with people setting up recreational vehicles on their property.
Medicare is fining a record number of hospitals in the U.S. for having high readmission rates, with the highest in Oregon in Coos Bay.
Renowned painter Betty LaDuke is featured in the art gallery at Umqua Community College this month.
A man in Oregon is attempting to break the world record for the largest Nutcracker.
The VA Roseburg Healthcare System identified positive results for Legionella during routine water sampling on Thursday.
A local chef who runs a restaurant in Coos Bay is competing at the World Food Championships in Las Vegas, which is being aired on national television.
A 26-year-old hunter who was kicked out of a Ruston bar early Sunday hit an officer with his truck before leading police on a chase around his neighborhood, according to charges filed in Pierce County Superior Court. His first words upon being arrested? "I want to drink some beer."
Authorities say a 27-year-old suspect in the robbery of a Klamath Falls business is dead following an exchange of gunfire with law officers.
The North Bend Police Department has announced that Yvonne Shydian was found Thursday safe and unharmed.
When a scam has been reported, local authorities say solving the case depends on several different factors but the biggest issue is where the scam came from.
Lancers receive escort before heading to North Bend for Friday night football game.
U.S. Senator Ron Wyden's bill aimed at boosting federal timber harvests in western Oregon is headed to the Senate floor, but local counties say it's not enough
Several cars avoided a wrong-way driver on Interstate 5 before she collided head-on with a semi truck, setting the big rig on fire.