An unidentified man, middle, reaches into the cab of an upside down tan 2002 Ford Explorer Sport Trac after a two-vehicle accident on Northeast Stephens Street near Safeway at 10:34 a.m. Wednesday in Roseburg. According to Roseburg Police Department, Michael Slotterback, 25, of Sutherlin, wa…
As Daris and Ryder Gray were “messing around” in front of the Roseburg Library on Thursday morning, they decided to move away from the after-hours book drop in front of the building.
Oregon Department of Transportation has reopened northbound and southbound lanes of Interstate 5 after heavy snowfall shut down I-5 in both directions for several hours Friday night.
A three-vehicle crash caused unknown injuries and temporarily delayed eastbound traffic on Northwest Garden Valley Boulevard just before noon Thursday in Roseburg.
A two-car collision injured at least one person and caused extensive damage to both vehicles that were heading south on Interstate 5 near exit 120 late Wednesday night.
Parts of Interstate 5 were shut down Thursday night after a U-Haul truck slammed into a freeway barrier near Myrtle Creek, according to the Oregon Department of Transportation.
A woman driving a suspected stolen white Ford pickup led officers on a pursuit Saturday before losing control and rolling the pickup onto its side next to the Travelodge on West Harvard Avenue in Roseburg.
A Roseburg man suffered minor injuries Monday after his vehicle was hit by a train in the 3200-block of Old Highway 99 South, police said.
A 71-year-old Roseburg woman was killed Saturday night during a crash on Interstate 5 that shut down the southbound lanes just south of Cottage Grove for several hours.
A 23-year-old Grants Pass man was found dead Sunday after his vehicle went 100 feet over an embankment near Tiller, according to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.
All lanes on Interstate 5 southbound near exit 124 have re-opened following a crash involving a semi trailer and a pedestrian.
One teen remains in critical condition and another man is in fair condition after Tuesday night’s fatal car accident in Dixonville that claimed one girl’s life.
One man is dead and another remains in critical condition after their vehicle crashed over an embankment near Emile Park, southeast of Glide, according to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.
Headed east on West Harvard Avenue in a tan PT Cruiser, Margaret Thompson and Patricia Attaway approached the Oak Avenue Bridge shortly before dusk Wednesday night.
A woman was taken to the hospital Tuesday afternoon after rolling a truck connected to a trailer about 2 miles east of Roseburg on Highway 138 near Budget Lumber, according to police.
One lane remains closed on northbound Interstate 5 near milepost 131 following an early morning crash that sent three people to the hospital.