Witnesses say the cub first showed up Sunday at a nearby hotel, hopped out a window and crossed the street to the Rite Aid in Ashland, a city 15 miles north of the California border.
This was the fifth year the nonprofit group Umpqua Watersheds hosted the event at the Douglas County Fairgrounds. With glass in hand, many came to learn more about clean water and sustainable living Saturday.
The music group re:Voiced, which once competed on TV’s The Sing-Off, made a stop in Douglas County this week.
Two unrelated traffic stops by Oregon State Police Monday in Douglas County is leading to charges against two people following the seizure of more than 13 pounds of marijuana.
The Douglas Interagency Narcotics Team intercepted a pound of methamphetamine bound for Douglas County on Saturday.
The FBI is searching for a man who robbed three Western Oregon banks in two days. In all three robberies the man demanded money from a bank teller and walked out with cash.
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office says a missing hunter near Tiller has been found alive and well after Search and Rescue was deployed Sunday.
Two people died when their sedan crashed head on into an oncoming log truck.
A woman stabbed multiple times in the abdomen with a large knife underwent emergency surgery Tuesday morning. Her cousin was jailed on attempted murder charges.
A former member of the Harlem Globetrotters has gone missing while driving from Southern California to Seattle, police say.
A 32-year-old African elephant named Moja has joined the Safari’s three other elephants.
The City of Reedsport is looking at ways to fund its levee certification and get its storm water system up to federal standard. City officials say if the levee isn't certified, it has to look at paying mandatory flood insurance with a price tag of $1-3 million a year.
According to Douglas County Fire District 2 officials firefighters arrived at the house on Club Street just before 1 a.m. Monday morning, finding front half of the double wide mobile home engulfed in flames.
Donations can be made to the Tom Weiss Memorial Fund at the Winston-Dillard Fire District.
These 19 men are the newest additions to the Washington State Department of Corrections' list of wanted sex offenders.