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.