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Medford Mail Tribune
Second Idaho fugitive out of hospital, in jail
The second of a pair of Idaho fugitives shot by police March 6 in north Medford was released from the hospital Friday and is in jail, police said.
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Fri Mar 14, 2014
Mother's attorneys detail case in wrongful death suit
Mark Allen Vanderhoof of Lookinglass is seen in Douglas County Circuit Court in April 2013, on the day he was sentenced to life in prison for the death by abuse of 2-year-old Dennis Young.
Douglas County's Absentminded Geniuses focus on building dutiful robot
Glide-based 4H club AbsentMinded Geniuses discuss the group's robot, Bob, during a meeting in Glide Tuesday.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Winston man charged with murder pleads not guilty
The man accused of shooting another man in a Winston trailer park pleaded not guilty to both charges against him this week.
Douglas County Assessor has two challengers
Tuesday was the last day to file for open Douglas County positions, and county assessor Susan Acree will have two people trying to unseat her.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Oregon Coast Aquarium brings lessons to area kids
Representatives from the Oregon Coast Aquarium are bringing their Aquari-Van to Douglas County schools this week to deliver special marine science assemblies.
Douglas County commissioner candidates sell pitches on economy
Mick Fummerton makes his opening comments Monday during the Roseburg Area Chamber of Commerce lunch forum featuring four of the six candidates for Douglas County commissioner.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Medford Mail Tribune
Wounded fugitive moves to jail cell
One of two Idaho fugitives shot by police after he tried to ram an officer's car last week has been moved from a hospital bed to a jail cell.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Man, 63, arresed in child sex abuse in Winston
Douglas County Sheriff's deputies arrested a 63-year-old man who lives in Winston on Saturday on suspicion of child sex abuse.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
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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.
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.
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.
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
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.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Police investigate double fatal in Douglas County
A roadside mechanic is killed and a passenger in a truck in an accident on Interstate 5 on Sunday.
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
Roseburg man suspected of swinging billy club
A man started coming onto the Roseburg High School campus Tuesday morning swinging a billy club, but was intercepted by a school employee who told him to leave, officials said.
Conservation groups enlist mudslide in campaign against timber plan
A winter mudslide on ground logged last year in Douglas County illustrates the trouble U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden's timber plan could cause, two environmental groups said Thursday.