ROSEBURG — A manufactured home in a mobile home park was destroyed early Saturday by a fire.
A semitrailer caught fire Saturday afternoon along Interstate 5 near the Winchester Bridge, sending plumes of black smoke hundreds of feet into the sky.
PORTLAND — The winter recreation season is in full swing, and Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service officials want to remind everyone that adventures are better and safer when venturing out well prepared.
Nicole Watson and her family have lived in the yellow house on Grange Road in Green for nearly four years. The one-mile stretch next to her home is nothing short of chaos: trash, RVs, dogs and about 10 homeless people occupy the area. Piles of garbage bags litter the wet dirt and grass.
PORTLAND — Pacific Power issued a high wind warning late Monday. The company said a powerful Pacific storm coming on the heels of a significant ice and wind event will increase the potential for widespread power outages from Crescent City, California, to the Portland area over the next 24 hours.
People who are traveling for the holiday are encouraged to visit tripcheck.com before hitting the road.
WINSTON — A 34-year-old Roseburg man is behind bars as it is alleged he was involved in a shooting in the 300 block of Northwest Cary Street in Winston around 4 p.m. Wednesday.
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office and the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration are warning about the dangers of drunk driving with the message to “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.”
Troy Phelps pleaded not guilty Monday in the disappearance and murder of Winston woman Kendra Hanks.
Deputies with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office are seeking a suspect following an alleged elude incident Friday afternoon.
Two tents were set up on the Douglas County Courthouse lawn Thursday morning by protestors who want more humane conditions for people living on the streets in Roseburg.
A vigil to honor the victims of the Colorado Springs, Colorado, shooting, sponsored by the Umpqua Valley Rainbow Collective, was held at noon Saturday at First Presbyterian Church, in hopes of creating safer space for LGBTQ+ members.
A human skull was found inside a backpack on the shoulder of Interstate 5 northbound in Marion County, near milepost 260.