A Winchester Bay teenager pulled out an AR-15 and began shooting it inside his home after getting into an argument with his mother about his cell phone, according to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.
A California man was arrested Thursday morning after police found him in a rented vehicle near the Roseburg Regional Airport with three teenage females in the back, according to the Roseburg Police Department.
Matthew Ewing Kelm of Roseburg is in jail after Douglas County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Zoro tracked him down following a vehicle pursuit.
A 34-year-old Glendale woman was arrested Saturday after she locked herself in a bedroom with a child and a sledgehammer, according to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.
A Douglas County judge has denied bail reduction for a Roseburg man accused of 31 sex crimes involving females under the age of 12.
Douglas Interagency Narcotics Team arrested a 31-year-old woman Thursday for possession and delivery of methamphetamine within 500 feet of West Intermediate School in Sutherlin.
The Winston Police Department is pursuing a criminal investigation regarding an unsubstantiated threat targeting Winston Middle School and Douglas High School late Wednesday and early Thursday.
An Idleyld Park man has been indicted in Douglas County Circuit Court on a murder charge in connection with the death of a 1-year-old girl on Jan. 9.
A 13-year-old Jo Lane Middle School student was lodged in the Douglas County Juvenile Detention Center after falsely reporting a school threat on social media, according to police.
For people who believe a lawn start-up company proclaiming Roseburg as the most dangerous city in Oregon, the Roseburg Police Department has some advice.
A recent spike in drug overdoses may be the result of extremely potent heroin, or heroin laced with fentanyl, according to the Douglas Public Health Network.
A man accused of killing his foster mother and two siblings will be now be tried for murder in the first degree, which means he can no longer receive the death penalty.
A burglar made himself a chimichanga and drank some Chivas whiskey Sunday night after he broke into a local Mexican restaurant in Roseburg, according to a police report.
The woman who allegedly stole a backpack and a gun from inside Roseburg High School in April told the Douglas County Circut Court she underwent psychological torture, gang stalking and police harassment leading to the moment where she took the items from a closet at the school.
New details have been released about the hours-long armed standoff that kept several law enforcement agencies busy Monday afternoon in Tiller.
Deputies from the Douglas County Sheriff's Office spent Monday attempting to track down a potential shooting victim in the Winchester area, but later issued a warning outlining the consequences of initiating a false report.
A Roseburg man was arrested Thursday after leading police on a high-speed chase through Winston and Green, crashing into two vehicles and running another off the road, according to police.
The Roseburg Police Department is warning people of misinformation being spread on social media that is causing “unnecessary alarm.”
It’s been more than 2 1/2 years since the Roseburg City Council settled on a set of goals it wanted to pursue, and on Tuesday, the council met to hammer out its priorities for the next two years.
A 36-year-old Glendale woman was arrested Thursday after allegedly breaking into Glendale High School and stealing school supplies from student lockers after a homecoming dance.
The Oregon State Police are seeking the public’s assistance in finding the person responsible for illegally shooting a bald eagle in Douglas County.
A Jackson County man wanted in connection with a home invasion robbery early Saturday in Eagle Point was captured Saturday evening east of Winston after leading police from multiple agencies on a chase that ended near Roberts Mountain in Douglas County.
People celebrating Halloween on Northwest Keasey Street last Thursday in Roseburg got an unpleasant surprise when they were given parking tickets while out trick-or-treating with their families.
A Roseburg man was arrested Sunday evening after reportedly leaving his 5-year-old child at River Forks Park and attempting to give away another child, a 10-month-old infant, according to police.
Police officers, domestic violence advocates and other community members have come together in an effort to protect survivors and prevent the escalations in family violence that could get them killed.