Over the past year, the coronavirus pandemic has had a significant impact on virtually every aspect of society.
A former Roseburg school bus driver was sentenced to 150 months in the Oregon Department of Corrections on Friday after being convicted of first-degree sodomy and first-degree sexual abuse.
A Eugene man was sentenced to more than nine years in federal prison earlier this month for his involvement in a string of violent and drug-related robberies led by a Reedsport man.
A former Douglas County Emergency Communications dispatch supervisor has filed a lawsuit against the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office citing age and sex discrimination.
Larry Saccato has filed suit against Douglas County Chief Financial Officer Jessica Hansen.
A Roseburg man was arrested Tuesday after he allegedly broke into the Douglas County Courthouse over the weekend, according to police.
Cascadia Wildlands and a group of other environmental organizations filed a federal lawsuit against the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Tuesday over protections for the northern spotted owl.
A Myrtle Creek man entered a guilty plea Tuesday to charges of second-degree manslaughter and DUII stemming from a fatal car accident which occurred July 10 in southeast Roseburg.
Troy Russell Phelps was sentenced Tuesday to nearly seven years in prison as a result of the events which occurred in May 2017, at Lawson Bar near Myrtle Creek, as well as prior crimes.
Alec Anton Vincent Berard of Roseburg was sentenced to more than four years in prison for a multitude of crimes committed in the past six months.
A Douglas County woman has filed a complaint against a man who she says lied to her about building veterans housing on land she donated to him and his nonprofit, then got her to sign over a parcel of land she owned in Elkton without her realizing what she was doing.
Douglas County deputies arrested a Roseburg man Wednesday on three failure-to-appear warrants related to crimes committed earlier this year.
Rebecca Machain, who was a 15-year-old Sutherlin High School sophomore back in 2004 when she shot and killed her 14-year-old nephew while he was playing video games, was released from prison Tuesday following clemency granted by Gov. Kate Brown.
Roseburg City Manager Nikki Messenger, who has been in the post a little over a year, has put Roseburg on notice that she intends to sue the city on several grounds, including gender discrimination, retaliation and defamation.
A California man convicted of an attempted murder in Sutherlin from a motor home sale gone bad in 2017, only to have the conviction overturned, pleaded guilty to a lesser charge Wednesday morning.
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 Myrtle Creek man accused of murder has waived his right to a jury trial and will put his fate in the hands of a Douglas County judge.
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.