After 24 years of working for Roseburg Forest Products’ plant in Coquille, millwright Travis Robinette is suing his employer for discrimination on the basis of perceived sexual orientation.
Downtown business owner Kevin Harlan Reber pled guilty Tuesday morning for methamphetamine delivery and being a felon in possession of a firearm.
A man charged with second-degree theft after allegedly stealing a coin-operated newspaper vending machine owned by The News-Review in June will appear in court next month.
Roseburg Forest Products is facing a lawsuit by a former employee who claims his age led to his termination from the company last year.
An assault charge brought against Rodney Jackson, the man accused of striking his son after a baseball game in April, was dismissed Monday after his son admitted to lying about the attack.
Two candidates for Douglas County judge may have violated state law after they posted pictures of themselves sitting on court benches and wearing judicial robes on their campaign websites and Facebook pages.
A 28-year-old Sutherlin resident accused of sexually abusing a 17-year-old was granted a conditional release Friday on the condition he have no direct or indirect contact with the victim.
The woman arrested for allegedly sexually abusing a 15-year-old female from Winston claimed to have inappropriately touched the girl while the girl’s mother was in the shower, according to the latest court documents.
Former Architrave CEO Bob Dannenhoffer was fired for poor performance and inability to get along with people, not for blowing the whistle on fraudulent Medicare claims from Architrave doctors, according to court documents filed Wednesday by Architrave and CHI Mercy Health.
The man arrested for allegedly raping a 16-year-old girl earlier this month pleaded not guilty Wednesday morning. A trial date was scheduled for May.
One month after 12 jurors were unable to arrive at a lawful verdict for a felony murder charged against William Christopher Aguayo, Deputy District Attorney Steve Hoddle filed a motion for the court to accept the jury’s 11-1 guilty verdict.
A former Douglas County resident pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Eugene on Tuesday to conspiring to distribute methamphetamine and was sentenced to five years in federal prison and four years of supervised release, according to the Douglas Interagency Narcotics Team.
A Roseburg man arrested in September after reaching out for sex to a girl whom he thought was 15 years old was found guilty by a judge Thursday morning. He was convicted of luring a minor.
EUGENE — Hundreds turned out to the federal courthouse Wednesday for a hearing on a lawsuit by 21 young plaintiffs who are suing the U.S. government over climate change. Two of the plaintiffs, Alex Loznak and Jacob Lebel, are from Douglas County.