Terri Moulton Horman asked a Lane County judge last month to change her name to Claire Kisiel. A hearing scheduled for Thursday was canceled after Horman withdrew her request.
The US House passed Representative Peter DeFazio's bill Tuesday to bring changes for five tribes and their land in Oregon.
Supporters and opponents of the Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline turned out at Umpqua Community College for a public forum Tuesday night.
A Dutch Bros. employee got quite the scare Monday night when a vehicle hit the coffee hut Monday.
A potent storm came ashore Wednesday, bringing pounding rain and powerful winds to the Oregon Coast and southern Willamette Valley. A second, potentially more damaging storm is on tap for Thursday.
Oregon State Police are asking folks in the Curry, Coos and western Douglas Counties to use caution as high winds and heavy rains cover the area.
The Douglas County Elections Office has completed its local recount for ballot Measure 92 and the results are virtually unchanged.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is holding six public comment meetings in Oregon on the environmental impacts associated with the Jordan Cove Energy Project and the Pacific Connector Pipeline.
Are you ready for some weather? The southern Willamette Valley faces high winds; the Florence area expects strong wind and high surf; and Coos Bay and the South Coast have wind, surf and flooding on tap as a series of storms come ashore this week.
For the first time in the history of the event, Santa arrived in a helicopter to deliver presents.
Cathy Silver of Ashland, claimed her $12.1 million Megabucks jackpot prize over a month after learning she had the winning ticket.
Officials say the man was found lying on the airport’s south parking lot with what appeared to be a firearm lying beside him.
RPD says there were several other female inmates held in the same cell, but no obvious signs of foul play.
A man walked out of a 7-11 Store with a pack of cigarettes after telling the clerk he had a bomb and wouldn’t be paying for the smokes, Salem Police said.
The state has dropped a proposal to sell the Elliott State Forest, where environmental protections have made it impossible to log enough to generate money for public schools.