Thousands showed up to watch Big Bad Voodoo Daddy; one board member estimated attendance at around 6,000.
It was high noon in more ways than one at a store in Sutherlin Wednesday as local people enjoyed the first day of legalized marijuana.
It's the airport's largest commercial flight. The 70-passenger jet will make round trip flights twice a week from now until October.
Veterans and the general public got a chance to learn more about organizations that provided services such as mental health.
The State says it’s legal, but in the eyes of the federal government, marijuana is an illegal substance.
He was reported missing by a family member who said that he was apparently in distress, increasing the concern for the subject’s well-being.
A Colorado based nonprofit was in Albany Wednesday giving away free marijuana to veterans at Timber Linn Memorial Park.
Around 12:50 P.M. Sunday Coos Bay Police Officers responded to a residential burglary in the 200 block of N. Wasson Street.
Fire officials ask that anyone who has burned debris piles this past winter or spring, check the burned area for any remaining heat or smoke, as debris piles have the ability to smolder for long periods of time before popping back to life on hot, windy days.
The Coos County Grand Jury returned two indictments Tuesday in the case involving the death of Forest Franklin Martin, wo was found dead near a wastewater treatment plant in Empire.
A Coos County man has been sentenced to 120 months in prison after pleading guilty to Burglary in the Second Degree, three counts of Identity Theft, and Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine.
Last year they had to replace more than 50 and say it’s getting harder for the Human Resources Dept. to find qualified candidates.
A Coast Guard crew has rescued two fishermen after their 27-foot fishing boat sank as it was being towed Tuesday evening near the Oregon coast entrance to the Umpqua River.
Just after 3:30 a.m. Monday, the Sheriff’s Office received a report of a gunshot wound at the Riverview Market on Camp Creek Road in Springfield. Police are looking for the owner of the pickup in security footage in hopes that he/she may have witnessed something.
It may be legal to use, but state lawmakers are still deciding how soon it can be bought and sold. Medical dispensaries like South Coast Compassion Coalition say they'd like to clear up the confusion.