Authorities in Douglas County say they've identified a woman whose body was found last week in the South Umpqua River near the county fairgrounds.
The sheriff's office says it doesn't have the complete autopsy report, but foul play is not suspected in her death.
The sheriff's office said she was 44-year-old Diana Dallagiacomo. It said relatives in Chico, Calif., had been notified.
The sheriff's office described her as transient, having moved from Ashland to Roseburg recently.
It says a check of a nearby homeless camp showed she hadn't been there for two weeks, but her disappearance hadn't been reported.