A Winston man who is accused of shooting and killing two men in a residential area of Winston in the early morning hours of March 15, has pleaded not guilty to all charges.
The attorney for a California man accused of breaking into a storage facility and into a gun shop in Myrtle Creek, stealing firearms and leading police on a chase on Interstate 5, plans to file a motion that his client is not fit to proceed to trial.
The trial for a Reedsport man accused of attacking two women and sexually abusing them in secluded areas along Highway 101 in western Douglas County, has been rescheduled for October.
A Douglas County judge has denied a motion to dismiss charges for Travis Leroy Bean, an Azalea man, who is accused of murdering two people on Sept. 3, 2016, near Azalea.
The trial that was scheduled to start next Tuesday for a Reedsport school bus driver accused of attacking multiple women and sexually abusing them in secluded areas along Highway 101 in Lane and Douglas counties, has been postponed.
A lawsuit brought by a Eugene towing company against the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, Oregon State Police and a rival Eugene towing company has been partially resolved.
A 17-year-old Douglas County teen will be extradited to Georgia next week to face charges of aiding his girlfriend in burning down a home that killed her mother and brother although he had moved back to Douglas County when the fire happened.
A trial has been set January for a California man accused of breaking into vehicles and stealing electronic equipment from at a Roseburg car dealership in 2016.
In a plea bargain agreement, a Lookingglass teen pleaded guilty Tuesday to three counts of first-degree murder stemming from the shooting deaths of his foster mother and foster sister, and his biological sister in their home Nov. 7, 2017, near Lookingglass.
A federal judge has ruled that opponents of the Pacific Connector Pipeline and Jordan Cove Energy Project have the right to obtain the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s lists of landowners who would be impacted by the project.
The attorney for 17-year-old Kaleo Pangelinan said his client wants to challenge extradition to Georgia, and the lawfulness of his arrest in Oregon.
The trial for a former Douglas County winemaker accused of stealing money from business partners and investors, which had been scheduled to begin this week, has been delayed due to COVID-19.
A group of landowners is taking the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to court over a controversial proposal to build a natural gas pipeline and liquefaction plant in Southern Oregon.
A Baker County judge is sticking to his guns on a ruling in favor of a group of churches who are asserting in a state lawsuit that Gov. Kate Brown’s COVID-19 restrictions should be invalidated.
The Church of God Prophecy in Roseburg has not held an in-person church service since March 15, even though its parishioners believe the Bible calls on them to gather together to worship and pray.
Kaleo Pangelinan remains in the Douglas County Juvenile Detention Center awaiting a detention hearing and extradition process to return to Georgia to face murder charges.
For a few hours Monday, it seemed churchgoers would be free to gather for services this Sunday.
A Myrtle Creek woman has been sentenced to more than six years in prison for her role in a vehicle crash two years ago that caused two deaths and seriously injured another person.
Two Douglas County churches say Gov. Kate Brown’s executive orders keeping their parishioners at home are unconstitutional.
Hedge James Jarvis was released with one condition Friday after an arraignment for his alleged role in the fatal hit and run of Stephen Galindo in January near the Buckaroo Barn in Winchester.
Cedar Cascade Higgs, the 24-year-old Murphy man who was arrested following a five-hour armed standoff with police in Canyonville, was arraigned on two counts of unlawful use of a weapon, menacing, recklessly endangering another person and second-degree disorderly conduct Thursday.
Former Umpqua Valley Christian School teacher Kevin Spencer Bain was arrested on suspicion of first-degree sexual abuse charges Tuesday, according to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.
The Douglas County Courthouse closed Tuesday after Gov. Kate Brown’s announcement of new restrictions intended to slow the spread of the COVID-19.
Savino David DeSantiago, 34, of Winston was arraigned Monday in a Douglas County courtroom on two counts of first-degree murder with a firearm, two counts of unlawful use of a weapon with a firearm and one count of being felon in possession of a firearm for allegedly fatally shooting two peo…
A Reedsport man was arrested last week after allegedly kidnapping, raping and sodomizing a woman he knew, according to the Reedsport Police Department.
A former Parrott House employee was arrested on suspicion of more than 60 criminal charges, including first-degree theft and aggravated identity theft, after he allegedly used the restaurant’s bank account to pay off his credit card, according to court documents filed last month.