6 hrs ago
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Man with meth arrested three times in three days
A man who police say drove his pickup into a building in Roseburg, Oregon early on Sunday morning has been arrested again.
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12 hrs ago
Oregon toddler might still be alive if predatory sex offender had been on public website: lawsuit
Mark Vanderhoof had a lengthy history of brutalizing young children. In 1980, he was convicted of child abuse for the physical assault of his 4-month-old daughter in Nevada.
14 hrs ago
Oregon House extends in-home care services, high-risk insurance pool
Rep. Tim Freeman, R-Roseburg, said the Legislature is giving up too much oversight of the state's high-risk insurance pool.
18 hrs ago
Best Bets for March 8-10
Pete Serafin sits in the trophy room of his Roseburg home in 2007. Five years after Serafin's death at age 93, his son is selling items from the estate of the former big game hunter.
18 hrs ago
Portland musician Barra Brown returns for homecoming show
When Portland musician Barra Brown takes the stage this weekend at First Presbyterian Church, in the audience will be one justifiably proud middle school band director.
19 hrs ago
I-5 rest stop north of Roseburg under new management
The Cabin Creek rest area north of Oakland, seen here Sunday, is one of several in Oregon now featuring attendants taking care of general maintenance at the stops, thanks to an agreement between the Oregon Travel Experience and the Oregon Department of Transportation.
19 hrs ago
Campaign to raise $1.3 million for Douglas County Fairgrounds pavilion nears finish
The Pavilion Arena is seen Wednesay at the Douglas County Fairgrounds. About $1.2 million of a $1.3 million plan to renovate the pavilion has been raised in grants and donations.
19 hrs ago
Glide High grad to show film about fly fishing legend Frank Moore
Frank Moore poses near his Idleyld Park home Thursday. The 91-year-old World War II veteran is the subject of a documentary, 'Mending the Line,' that will be screened Saturday in Roseburg.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Steve Duin blog: Murder charges against Sam Lawson dismissed as Oregon DOJ backs down
Samuel Adam Lawson, wrongly convicted of aggravated murder in Douglas County in 2005, was finally freed Thursday when Oregon's Department of Justice determined it did not have sufficient evidence to proceed with a second trial.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Oregon Legislature bogging down in controversy over final bills, budget
Sen. Jeff Kruse, R-Roseburg, called amendments to a Senate bill approved by House Democrats "mischief" Wednesday.
KBCI CBS 2
Sheriff: Ore. man arrested three times in three days
The man who police say drove his pickup into a building in Roseburg early Sunday morning has been arrested again.
Roseburg park planners seek to make splash
Roseburg's Parks and Recreation Department will ask the City Council to apply for a state grant to build a spray park next year at Fir Grove Park.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Heavy rain, high winds to buffet Portland area into weekend
If you enjoyed Monday's high of 61, you're probably enjoying Tuesday's repeat: At 3 p.m. the temperature at Portland International Airport again hit 61. Portland isn't' alone in this spring fling.
Marijuana legalization: Oregon legislators won't refer issue to November ballot
Marijuana may be winning more social acceptance these days, but the Oregon Legislature doesn't seem to want to have anything to do with legalizing the drug.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Western water shortage could bump up food prices
Rodney Chandler, the assistant produce manager at Sherm's Thunderbird in Roseburg, bands celery in the store Thursday.
ROSEBURG: No injuries in two-vehicle crash on Edenbower Boulevard
A Roseburg woman driving west on Edenbower Boulevard at Aviation Drive struck an eastbound car on Feb. 28, Roseburg police said.
Semi crash on I-5 kills 2 south of Canyonville
Two people are dead after a crash involving two semi trucks south of Canyonville.
Police: Man with meth crashed into pizza place
A Roseburg man was arrested early Sunday morning, after police say he was impaired and drove into the side of Papa Murphy's Pizza at One Champion Plaza.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Editorial: Roses & thorns
The new Douglas County veterans service officer is off to a great start, despite having to follow the overwhelming success of his predecessor, Mary Newman.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
The Forest Grove News-Times
Legislature OKs Native American mascot bill - Friday, 28 February 2014 00:00
The Oregon House of Representatives voted Wednesday, Feb. 26, to approve a bill that would allow school districts to receive Native American tribes' permission to use school mascots that represent or are significant to the tribes.