On Sunday, disabled veterans, and anyone else with a disability who wanted to try it out, got a chance to get on board a dragon boat, kayak or rower and give it a whirl.
From tidepools to sand dunes to shipwrecks to lighthouses, the Oregon Coast has proven a popular subject for YouNews reporters. | >>> See the photo gallery
A $1,500 reward is being offered, after the South Umpqua Falls Campground was hit by vandalism. The campground has been closed while repairs are made.
The seals and sea lions at the Oregon Coast Aquarium now have more room to play and one of the biggest gripes for visitors - not being able to see them very well - has been addressed.
Watching as a beloved dog is swept out to sea is heart-wrenching. Doing nothing seems unthinkable. But experts say that is exactly what a dog owner should do: nothing.
KVAL News asked for photos of the best dog you've ever known. Here they are - plus some more candid shots of canines from The Associated Press
A barnacle-covered fishing boat that washed ashore this month in Crescent City, Calif., has been confirmed as the first debris from the 2011 tsunami in Japan to reach California's shores.
Seasoned trout anglers know all the best spots to throw their line in the water, but what if you don't go fishing very often or you're a first-timer?
Many of us have dreamed of what it would be like fly. For members of the Cascade Paragliding club, this common dream has become a reality.
One of Tillamook's most well-known attractions that draws in tens of thousands of visitors every year will be making a big move across the state.
When the Sea Lion Caves opened in 1933, Highway 101 wasn't paved yet - and patrons could access the wooden staircase down the cliff for 25 cents.
The Oregon House has approved a bill to let counties authorize the use of dogs to hunt cougars. Voters banned the practice statewide in 1994, with opponents saying it's inhumane.
Sheriff's deputies are following up on reported sightings around the Northwest of an Oklahoma man whose truck was abandoned on a remote volcanic mountain in southeastern Oregon.
There have been plenty of shipwrecks on the Southern Oregon coast, and an exhibit in Coos Bay has been designed to help you learn about them.
The Gray Butte Trail cuts along the hillside and is fast, flowing and fun. Keeping both eyes on the trail is a must, because it runs along a steep drop-off. If riders want to take in the view, it is best to stop first.