A Roseburg man pleaded no contest two years after drunkenly crashing his car into a tree and killing his wife.
U.S. Rep. Peter DeFazio, D-Springfield, and U.S. Sens. Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley are pressing for additional relief for farmers and ranchers who lost crops or livestock to the drought, heatwave and wildfires that have plagued the West this summer and last.
There are six confirmed fires near Glide and Drew following lightning strikes in the area, according to the Douglas Forest Protective Association.
With elbows firmly set, hands locked and thumbs showing, the contestants waited for two simple words to be uttered: Ready, go.
Roseburg City Councilman Bob Cotterell got a public scolding Monday, including at least one person who called for him to resign, for comments and an off-color joke he made recently about gender identity.
Barry Steps was watching TV Friday afternoon in his home in Green when suddenly he heard his neighbors yelling in a panic, and he ran outside to find the grass field next to his home in flames.
City Manager Nikki Messenger has disbanded a committee of homeless advocates and service providers that was created just last month to help provide food, water and other emergency provisions to the hundreds of homeless individuals in the area.
Registration is now open for new and returning South Umpqua School District students.
The Annual Oakland All-Years Reunion and Potluck will be held Aug. 1 in the Oakland Elementary School multi-purpose room, 499 NE Spruce St.
A Douglas County judge has been called into question after adjudicating criminal and domestic cases three months after his certification expired in April.
UPDATE: 2:45 p.m. Saturday
Sutherlin has issued a water restriction notice, effective immediately, to combat the "worst drought year in memory," according to the city's website.
It’s been nearly two years in the making, but Roseburg’s newest live music venue is finally open, finally real.
Rep. Gary Leif, R-Roseburg, was remembered Thursday as a man who championed his community and was well-liked by people across the political spectrum, in a time when that’s become a rare quality.
A quick snip from a pair of oversized scissors marked the grand reopening of Beulah Park following months of renovations.
The Roseburg Police Department have identified 29-year-old Amanda Wydur as the suspect of a bank robbery in downtown Roseburg Tuesday morning.
Fire crews continue to work on controlling the southeastern edge of the Jack Fire burning between Steamboat and Dry Creek in the area near Apple Creek and Horseshoe Bend campgrounds.
Roseburg police officers joined a city work crew Wednesday to clear out a homeless encampment at Deer Creek Park, the second such sweep of a homeless encampment in less than a week.
The ‘delta’ strain of COVID-19 has begun to flex its muscles in Douglas County.
The Douglas Interagency Narcotics Team arrested a Roseburg man on suspicion of multiple drug and weapons charges in the parking lot of Ray’s Food Place in Green Monday night.
Fire crews continue to make headway in corralling the Jack Fire, which was at 55% containment as of Wednesday morning.