86-year-old Carolyn Kellim sells firearms and ammunition out of her home on Sharon Avenue, but several complaints regarding retail traffic launched an investigation by the city.
Marijuana dispensaries are coming to Reedsport and officials are discussing how the stores will be regulated.
An open house will be held at the Mill Casino Hotel in the Salmon Room from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 28. BLM staff will be on hand to provide information about the Draft Resource Management Plan (RMP)/Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for western Oregon forests.
Survey crews will gather information about the city's levee system and they'll inspect manholes, storm drain lines, and other infrastructure.
Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin, Oregon State Police Lieutenant Doug Ladd, and Douglas County Commissioner Chris Boice spoke on behalf of the fallen officers in Douglas County.
Nora Collins joined the United Mission to Nepal in August, packed her bags and moved to Tansen, a small town in western Nepal.
Starting Monday, biologists will use two gill nets set for several hours each of three nights. A maximum of 250 trout will be collected and sampled this year as part of the pilot study. Gill netting is typically lethal so trout will be donated to local food banks, says the ODFW.
The Coos Bay Police Department has received reports of an elaborate "Mystery Shopper" or "Secret Shopper" fraud.
Police are looking for a Washington man accused of kidnapping a 15-year-old from California.
The summer concert series kicks off June 30
Workers at the Fisherman's Wharf say it started out as a normal day, aside from the animals acting “a bit unusual.”
A Polk County woman was arrested near Coquille Friday after police say she kidnapped her mother at gunpoint, taped her to a chair and stole her belongings.
Alder Creek was privately owned by the Proctor family, but more than 10 years ago the family decided to make the forest available to the community.
A Tennessee Walking Horse named Sephira gave birth May 6 to two thriving twins, a filly and a colt named Annabel and Oliver.
An autopsy found no evidence of trauma or foul play in the death of a 42-year-old woman found at a downtown apartment building Thursday, Roseburg Police said.