A former groundskeeper for the Glide School District has been convicted on six counts in connection with sexually abusing his stepdaughter.
U.S. District Judge Ann Aiken heard arguments Wednesday in the case of a former Douglas County Jail inmate who alleged she was left in pain for months after being refused medication for a nerve condition.
A woman who claims she was mistreated at the Douglas County Jail was set to be back in federal District Court in Eugene on Wednesday afternoon.
The trial of a Myrtle Creek man accused of aggravated murder is not scheduled until September 2020, but the outcome of a possible special session of the Oregon Legislature may impact whether Troy Russell Phelps is tried for aggravated murder or a straight murder charge.
Douglas County District Attorney Rick Wesenberg and other attorneys have raised concerns about a recent bill passed this year to restrict the death penalty.
A Days Creek man, who was employed by the Boys & Girls Club of the Umpqua Valley in Roseburg for summer work, has pleaded not guilty to child sex abuse crimes in a Douglas County Circuit Courtroom.
A former Riddle teacher accused of stealing more than $80,000 from the school district has been sentenced to a week in jail, 23 days on work crew, plus several other conditions of a plea agreement.
The City of Myrtle Creek and the Oregon Department of Human Services violated multiple child welfare laws while the state investigated a former Myrtle Creek police officer for child sex abuse this winter, according to allegations made in a lawsuit filed on July 18.
A Portland man who was arrested in Roseburg a week ago has pleaded not guilty in Douglas County Circuit Court to all 10 charges against him including possession and delivery of heroin, methamphetamine and cocaine, plus several weapons charges.
A Josephine County man has pleaded not guilty to 24 counts involving child sex abuse in Douglas County and a trial date has been set for later this month.
Charges against the woman who was believed to have stolen a gun from an unlocked closet at Roseburg High School were almost dropped in mid-July.
Elizabeth Anne Cihak, of Coos Bay, was arrested on suspicion for two counts of first-degree burglary and one count of second-degree criminal mischief Saturday.
A lawsuit filed by ATRIO Health Plans in Salem for more than $60 million has been moved to U.S. District Court in Eugene. The dispute may be headed back to Marion County, and could even end up in Douglas County.
A woman who alleges she was held for federal immigration officials after posting bail at the Douglas County Jail has filed a lawsuit against the county and Sheriff John Hanlin.
A Eugene-based towing company is suing the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office and Oregon State Police, claiming it has been unfairly excluded from towing vehicles involved in North Douglas County accidents.
The FBI is renewing its hunt for a man who is now 54, but disappeared after being arrested in Douglas County in 1998 on rape, sodomy and burglary charges.
Circle Star Ranch claims the Parrott House asked to have four pigs slaughtered in June and July, but when it came time to pay, the owner said she never ordered the pigs.
A Douglas County woman filed a lawsuit earlier this month alleging medical malpractice against CHI Mercy Medical Center.
Two legal interns who say they were sexually harassed by former state senator Jeff Kruse of Roseburg have filed a lawsuit against him and the legislative assembly.
A woman who sued over allegations of mistreatment at the Douglas County Jail has reached a settlement with the county, the American Civil Liberties Union announced Thursday.
A Myrtle Creek police officer has been arrested after forcing at least six children to send him sexually explicit photos and sexually abusing a seventh, according to court documents.
A north Douglas County woman who was a teacher at a Lane County Christian school has been sentenced to prison for having sexual contact with a student.
A trial has been set for June for 23-year-old John Walker Adams of Roseburg, who is accused of shooting his friend in the head while the two were livestreaming video on Nov. 17, 2017.
The Roseburg woman who allegedly stole an ambulance and rammed a police car pleaded not guilty to her crimes in Douglas County Circuit Court on Tuesday.
A Harrisburg man who was arrested in Douglas County last year was sentenced to 5 years in federal prison Monday by the U.S. District Attorney’s Office.