A man drowned early Wednesday morning after driving into the Columbia River in NE Portland, police said.
Local schools participated in Walk and Bike to School Day Wednesday, along with more than 200 other schools across the state.
Executives at Roseburg Forest Products announced Tuesday that they will be ready to start a phased ramp-up of production at their Weed, Calif., veneer facility beginning Monday. RFP officials say repairs to the entire mill will likely take until the first quarter of 2015.
One person is in custody and the victim is being treated at a hospital following a Monday night shooting near Merlin in Josephine County. Oregon State Police is continuing the investigation.
Khayam and Mchumba, two cheetahs from the Wildlife Safari in Winston, are back from a five-day excursion to Kansas.
Local fire officials and public service agencies are teaming up once again for National Fire Prevention Week in Douglas County. A free three-day event is taking place at Home Depot in Roseburg.
The investigation is continuing and police expect to make more arrests.
Deputies arrested three people on charges of theft and violating probation after finding them rummaging through a foreclosed home, the sheriff's office said.
A 38-year-old man dropped a solitary rose on a stranger's stoop then tossed a brick through his window Sunday in Spanaway, according to charges filed in Pierce County Superior Court.
A family will have to quarantine their cats for 6 months or euthanize the pets after the animals were found playing with a dead bat that later tested positive for rabies, the Lane County Public Health said Tuesday.
The Wildlife Safari has recently announced its newest addition of Sumatran sister tigers.
An art reception at Seven Feathers Casino Resort has taken wildlife art to a whole new level by inviting a cheetah from the nearby Wildlife Safari.
Seattle police are looking for the man who brutally attacked another man by reaching through an open car window and punching him until he bled internally.
Police said a man who was caught flashing a woman fought back when they tried to arrest him early Monday morning, then tripped over his own pants when he tried to get away.
A retired US Air Force colonel from Coos Bay turned 100 years old over the weekend and got a birthday surprise nearly two years in the making - he got to fly once again.