A man involved in a disturbance at a home who left the scene before police arrived was found dead slumped over the steering wheel of his car just a few blocks away. His cause of death is under investigation.
RFD Firefighters are climbing stairs to help raise money and awareness for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
The county’s public works department has worked on an ordinance which proposes a fee on the landfill due to a possible decrease in funding. A decision will be made after the December 17th public hearing at the board of commissioners meeting.
A Roseburg woman is in a hospital after two vehicles struck her while she was walking on Highway 42 east of Winston.
Nine libraries spanning from Drain to Canyonville will be given the grants through their respective cities.
All four victims are students at the school, said Joe McFerrin, president of Portland Opportunities Industrialization Center, which runs Rosemary.
Another vacation home has fallen prey to the Pacific Ocean at Washaway Beach in Pacific County. Around 3:30 in the afternoon the house growned and then tipped on its side. Half was in the water, half still on the bank. That makes three homes in a week
Douglas High School hosted its fourth annual Community Service Fair, giving students a chance to check out community service opportunities in Douglas County.
A Glide woman was arrested and charged with assault after stabbing her roommate December 7th, according to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.
40-year-old Willy Jenkins of Bandon was arrested in Charleston Wednesday on seven warrants ranging from felon in possession of a firearm to several drug related charges.
A dwelling belonging to an elderly couple at the Inland Point Retirement Cottages & Assisted Living in North Bend was damaged when strong winds blew a tree over on top of it.
The Douglas County Environmental Health Program is asking for help in locating a dog involved in a biting incident that took place on December 6 in Glide.
Police and emergency workers are on the scene of a two-vehicle crash on Highway 42 near milepost 4.
The American Legion Post 123 in Myrtle Creek hosted its annual Dignified Disposal of Unserviceable American Flags event over the weekend.
If you're a regular visitor to Stewart Park in Roseburg, you've seen the iconic locomotive engine, which has served as a playground attraction since the City of Roseburg acquired it in 1958.