Corroding underground sewer pipes are slated for construction following a Roseburg City Council decision Monday night.
Roseburg Fire Department Battalion Chief Drew Fairbairn said he and his fellow firefighters brought over 350 packs of coloring books, crayons and stickers.
The Umpqua Velo Club is asking the Roseburg City Council to consider various bike safety improvements as the city embarks on updating its transportation plan.
DRY CREEK — Two people survived a Thursday morning crash and fire, when their vehicle went off Highway 138 near Dry Creek and burst into flames after smashing into a tree.
The Roseburg Police Department issued more than 100 citations and warnings during a pedestrian crosswalk event held on July 17, according to a press release.
DEPOE BAY — Several motorists involved in a multi-car crash with a flatbed truck found out what happened when you upset hagfish.
The Roseburg Police Department will be participating in a pedestrian crosswalk safety event and bulking up its DUII enforcement during the month of July.
The arson charges filed against a man who police arrested in connection with a west Roseburg house fire Wednesday night have now been dismissed, according to court documents.
A Roseburg woman died Monday afternoon in a single-vehicle crash on Diamond Lake Boulevard in east Roseburg and police are still trying to determine what caused the collision.
A female rafter was transported to the hospital after her raft overturned on the North Umpqua River, sending her and three other river-goers into the frigid water, according to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.
LITTLE RIVER — A rock slide buried a section of Little River Road on Tuesday morning about 16 miles south of Glide, cutting off access to Highway 138 for residents in the area until county crews could clear a lane of traffic.
Sgt. Jeff Frieze of the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office keeps a cool head at crime scenes, arrests and traffic stops. But he admits to suffering from a mild case of nerves during an April 27 drive from Roseburg to Salem with his boss, Sheriff John Hanlin.