Police have an armed suspect in custody following a manhunt near the 100 block of Corvallis Avenue on Tuesday night.
A head-on collision on Interstate 5 near milepost 124 killed two people early Sunday morning, including a Riddle man.
A head-on collision on Interstate 5 near milepost 124 killed two people early Sunday morning, according to Oregon State Police.
The northbound lanes of Interstate 5 remain closed Friday evening after a semi trailer truck loaded with paper rolls crashed near the Myrtle Creek curves (MP 108).
A teen driver nearly careened off of the Garden Valley Boulevard overpass and onto Interstate 5 Thursday afternoon but was instead stopped by a light pole cement pad and some shrubbery, said officials from the Roseburg Police Department.
Nobody was injured following a two-car collision at the intersection of Northeast Diamond Lake Boulevard and Northeast Jackson Street, Roseburg, around 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, including an infant who was properly restrained.
In the pouring down rain, nine motorcyclists braved cold, wet weather in order to improve upon their riding skills last Saturday.
The missing Myrtle Creek couple reported to be missing by family members earlier this week were found safe Tuesday afternoon near Tiller, according to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.
The Oregon State Fire Marshal’s Office confirmed Monday afternoon that a space heater was most likely the cause of the fire that killed 6 people in Riddle last week.
A Monday morning fire displaced two adults, two children and a pet after the blaze fully engulfed their home in the 200 block of Carson Lane in Green.
RIDDLE — Friends and relatives of the Riddle family that lost four members in a house fire Wednesday morning gathered at the Riddle Baptist Church Wednesday night to mourn the loss and pray for the survivors.
Update: Jessica Brabender is now considered to be in serious condition, according to a spokeswoman at PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend in Springfield. Brandon Fletcher is still considered to be in critical condition as of Thursday afternoon.
A Roseburg man is expected to survive after being shot Monday night at the Rose Villa Apartments in Roseburg, according to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.
Five Roseburg residents and several pets lost their home Monday morning to a blazing fire that caused approximately $75,000 in damage, according to the Roseburg Fire Department. One dog was killed in the fire.
After a full shift at the firehouse, six firefighters from the Roseburg Fire Department grab their gear, strap on their masks and head toward one of the city’s steepest hills — Terrace Drive.
A deputy from the Douglas County Sheriff's Office helped extinguish a fire that started Thursday morning at the Rose Villa Apartments in the 2500 block of Northeast Stephens Street, Roseburg.