DAYS CREEK — A search warrant served in Days Creek on Thursday resulted in the arrest of a man on suspicion of weapons and animal abuse charges, among others.
Beginning Monday, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office launched its annual “Click It or Ticket” patrol campaign along with other agencies throughout Oregon.
Law enforcement and a bomb squad were called to Roseburg High School Thursday afternoon when a school custodian noticed suspicious devices on the school grounds, according to police.
Roseburg police and Douglas County Sheriff's deputies have sealed off the front parking lot at Roseburg High School for an unknown reason Thursday night.
Firefighters and rescue animals teamed up to model for a new calendar that’s raising money to help both cancer patients and animals in need of homes.
A Roseburg man was arrested on a number of charges after a pursuit near the Howard Johnson Motel on Northeast Stephens Street Monday morning.
A Sutherlin man was arrested Thursday on two counts of second-degree manslaughter in connection with a fatal crash that left two men dead in September.
A Douglas County Sheriff's Office marine deputy and a cadet discovered a missing Roseburg woman Wednesday while on their way to Ben Irving Reservoir south of Tenmile.
A Sutherlin man and a Roseburg woman were killed after a motorcycle collided with a sport utility vehicle on Highway 138 West near Dovetail Lane west of Sutherlin on Tuesday afternoon.
William McCullough IV and Mark Ritter, both 20, are dead after a head-on collision on Highway 42 near Jackie Avenue shortly after 9 p.m. Saturday, according to Oregon State Police.
David Allen Naylor Jr. told police he led them on a chase and a nearly six hour standoff because he wanted to visit his dad in the hospital, but knew he had a warrant out for his arrest.
Highway 138 East is expected to remain closed between Glide and the Highway 97 junction for at least another week due to hazardous conditions caused by the Archie Creek Fire, according to the Oregon Department of Transportation.
Some Glide and Sutherlin residents are being allowed back into their homes after evacuation levels were reduced Friday afternoon, according to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.
The Archie Creek Fire is now estimated to be 97,344 acres in size as of Wednesday morning, according to the Douglas Forest Protective Association.
Brylin Jacobs and Violette Powell held up a sign that read “Dinner” along Oregon 138 East at Bob Murray Trucking on Wednesday afternoon to draw people to the spaghetti feed for people displaced by the wildfires.
People staying in homes, cabins, recreation sites and the lodge at Diamond Lake were told to evacuate Wednesday morning as a wildfire swept into the area, according to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.
The Douglas County Fairgrounds RV Park and Complex is opening up to host displaced residents, pets and livestock for free due to the Level 3 evacuations being issued across the county due to raging wildfires, according to a county press release.
Firefighters and police officers are knocking on doors urging everyone in Glide and Idleyld Park to evacuate the city as Tuesday's 16,000-acre fire looms near, according to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.