The Glide man who shot his wife and subsequently led police on a chase late last month pleaded guilty in Douglas County Circuit Court Thursday.
The Roseburg man accused of raping a 6-year-old girl pleaded guilty to first-degree sodomy Tuesday and was sentenced to 25 years in prison.
A Washington State Appeals Court on Tuesday affirmed an 88-year prison sentence for Brian Brush, the former Douglas County businessman who was convicted of murder after gunning down his girlfriend in Long Beach, Washington, nine years ago.
Tyler, a 15-year-old male transgender Sutherlin High School student, received some unpleasant news last month after his mother read in the newspaper that he had been called out by name in a lawsuit over who should be able to use the boys’ bathrooms at school.
The U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights opened an investigation Monday into allegations the Roseburg School District is discriminating against disabled students by pulling them out of class early and loading them on buses earlier than their non-disabled peers.
Former Douglas County commissioner candidate Victor Petrucci pleaded not guilty to a trespassing charge in Douglas County Circuit Court on Monday.
The U.S. Supreme Court has denied an attempt by the Trump administration to have the climate trial brought by 21 young plaintiffs halted, reaffirming the Oct. 29 court date.
A man is suing CHI Mercy Medical Center, Umpqua Orthopedics and two doctors for alleged negligence that led to his wife’s death four days after she shut her hand in a car door in 2017.
The Roseburg man accused of sexually abusing two female relatives under 12-years-old pleaded not guilty in Douglas County Circuit Court Monday.
A Central Point man accused of sexually abusing a female relative was released from Douglas County Jail on Monday after $10,000 bail was posted on his behalf.
The Douglas County District Attorney’s office ordered Roseburg Public Schools to disclose a redacted form of the full report that details recommendations for improvements or changes to district policy following allegations of bullying within the high school volleyball program.