A jeep overturned at the intersection of Stewart Parkway and Airport Roads Tuesday afternoon.
State police said a 300-pound tank holding the ammonia was compromised shorlty after 3 p.m. when a maintenance worker was draining the oil from the bottom of a freezer that was shut down.
The 21st annual Timber Truckers Light Parade on Saturday brought thousands of people together to watch the dazzling trucks drive through Riddle, Tri City and Myrtle Creek.
The Community Health Alliance is vacating the Douglas County Health Department building and is expanding its offices at Mercy to cater to patients with specific needs.
In conjunction with the opening of the Pacific Shores Photography Exhibition on December 12, 2014, exhibition jurors announced their selection of prize winners in the 5-state photography competition.
Yellow ribbons now adorn many light posts in downtown Roseburg to signify the 93 Oregon National Guard currently deployed in Afghanistan. The American Legion, with the help of the US Naval Sea Cadets put up the ribbons to represent the Oregon National Guard deployed in Charlie Company.
The victim has been identified in a fire that ripped through a triplex on Old Highway 42 Road outside Myrtle Point Tuesday morning that killed one man and displaced six others.
Hundreds of people turned out for a free pancake breakfast with Santa at the Roseburg YMCA over the weekend.
A teenager is in stable but critical condition after his bicycle collided with a moving vehicle.
Event organizers pulled out all the stops, featuring a visit from Santa, carolers, book readings, bingo, a teen center and ornament decorating.
Zonta International held its first ever Santa Run in Roseburg Saturday, featuring hundreds of people running around the city in Santa suits. Organizers say the Santa Run was a success and Zonta plans on doing it again next year.
Detectives arrested a wanted fugitive and 3 other people after finding meth and heroin in their possession, the South Coast Interagency Narcotics Team said.
A Douglas County couple was arrested for the second time in two months on drug and weapons charges. Mark and Lori Bogle, both 51, were arrested by the Douglas Interagency Narcotics Team in mid-October while the Bogles were using a stolen vehicle to transport a pound of Methamphetamine to Douglas County.
A Coos Bay woman was sentenced to 81 months in prison on drug-related charges following an investigation initiated by detectives in March 2013, according to the South Coast Interagency Narcotics Team.
A fox involved in a biting incident on December 11 in the vicinity of Azalea-Glen Road tested positive for rabies, according to the Douglas County Planning Department Environmental Health Program.