SWAMPY LAKES SNO-PARK — Escaping into winter is not difficult in Central Oregon.
A $2.3 million plan to support community recovery from the Oct. 1, 2015 shooting at Umpqua Community College moved one step closer to approval last week. The Oregon House Rules Committee unanimously approved House Bill 2590 Thursday. It would provide money to pay for a range of services, fro…
The White House distanced itself Friday from a Department of Homeland Security draft proposal to use the National Guard to round up unauthorized immigrants, but lawmakers said the document offers insight into the Trump administration’s internal efforts to enact its promised crackdown on ille…
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — A reserve police officer from southeastern New Mexico has pleaded not guilty to charges he shot his brother-in-law in the leg while in Oregon.
SALEM (AP) — More than half the land in Oregon is owned by the federal government, but Republican lawmakers there have raised the possibility of transferring it to state control.
A proposed Lane County ordinance to raise the legal age for buying and using tobacco products countywide from 18 to 21 should include a grandfather clause for people now aged 18 to 20, county commissioners said Tuesday.
ASTORIA — Local leaders rejoiced in September when Astoria Marine Construction Co. was offered a five-year reprieve from a state-mandated cleanup expected to close the 93-year-old shipyard, giving the community several years to find a new location.
PORTLAND (AP) — A former high school cheerleader has filed a $20 million lawsuit, contending she suffered brain damage when she fell during a stunt and slammed her head on a floor mat.
SALEM — Karl Jensen was stationed in Hawaii and serving in the Marine Corps when he received a letter from his older brother Gary, asking a favor.
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — The National Park Service is asking for the public's help in locating the person responsible for stealing thousands of rounds of ammunition from a locked building at Oregon's Crater Lake National Park.
SALEM — Employers in Oregon would be prohibited from banning marijuana use by employees during their days off under a bill introduced in the Oregon Senate.
SALEM — Since the divisive November national elections, Oregon lawmakers and a member of its congressional delegation are seeing unprecedented public participation in the political process, and they are hoping the engagement will help solve a budget crisis.
LEABURG — The Old McKenzie Fish Hatchery looks very much like it did in 1907 when it was built, says Ken Engelman, president of a nonprofit group dedicated to preserving the hatchery.
PORTLAND — Three of the final seven defendants charged in the Ammon Bundy-led takeover of a national wildlife refuge last year took plea deals Monday instead of heading to trial next week.
ST. HELENS — The basement rooms of a medical detox center may seem like a universe away from the world of Harry Potter and Harvard. The message on the bulletin board on a January afternoon, drawn in red marker, brought them closer together: “Rock bottom became the solid foundation in which I…