The US and Russia are advancing far different proposals on how to calm tensions and de-escalate the crisis in Ukraine as Russia continues to mass troops along its border with the former Soviet Republic.
The Oregon Department of Transportation says that there will be no extension of the studded tire season, so studded tires must be removed by Monday, March 31.
The occasion provides ODOT the opportunity to encourage motorists to consider other traction tires.Read More »
Lane County is a front-runner in recycling old computers and other electronic devices.
The state Department of Environmental Quality reports Lane County accounted for nearly 4 million of the 28 million pounds collected last year in the Oregon Electronics Recycling Program known as Oregon E-Cycles.Read More »
Douglas County Sheriff's deputies removed abandoned tree platforms, climbing ropes and camping supplies that belonged to anti-logging activists protesting the White Castle timber sale.
Spokesman Dwes Hutson told the Roseburg News-Review (http://is.gd/2Hm9sP) that deputies patrolling the site east of Myrtle Creek noticed it had been abandoned for at least several weeks.Read More »
Coos County authorities say a car crashed into an oyster processing facility near North Bend.
The sheriff's office says 19-year-old Tyler Waldo was driving alone on North Bay Road when he lost control of the Monte Carlo Thursday night.
There were no injuries.
The North Bend resident got a ticket for failing to maintain his lane of travel.
Rescuers in Hip Waders have been pushing on through rain and exhaustion, searching for more bodies and perhaps a miracle in the Pile of Mud and Debris that laid waste to the rural town of Oso Washington.
A New Zealand Military plane has found objects in the Indian Ocean of the First Day of searching for Malaysia Flight 370 in a new location, but officials say it will take until Saturday to determine whether they are related to the lost plane.
Jacksonville Police are asking the public to watch for a woman who has been missing since Wednesday evening. 65-year old Jani Bennett (pictured) was last seen in the parking lot at the Medford Sears story Wednesday morning at 10:50.
Bennett has silver hair and gray eyes. She is 5-feet-6 inches tall, weighs about 140 pounds and was wearing dark slacks, a blue top and a gray scarf.Read More »