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Yesterday | KPIC
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Monday | KVAL-TV Eugene
A vehicle involved in a chase was found in a pond Sunday morning, and authorities say after fighting and injuring a deputy, one of the men that may have been involved is behind bars.
A Roseburg teenager who was injured in a crash Wednesday morning remained in critical condition today at Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend in Springfield.
ARRESTS The News-Review publishes the names of individuals who have been arrested on suspicion of at least one felony charge or three misdemeanors or a combination of felony and misdemeanor charges.
About: Destiny was born and raised in the Texas panhandle. She spent her college years plus some enjoying the city life of Minneapolis/St.
Oregon Supreme Court Judge Dave Brewer, right, conducts a swearing in ceremony for Ann Marie Simmons at the Douglas County Courthouse Friday.
An arctic storm slow to leave Oregon has degraded air quality, delayed drivers with dense fog and today could hit Douglas County's roads with freezing rain.
About: A local pastor's wife, Marla Smart stays busy with her family of five and her church.
Douglas County Fire District No. 2 Lt. George Harrold rolls a fire hose Wednesday at the Labrie Ranch after crews put out a fire in the 7500 block of Garden Valley Road northwest of Roseburg.
Glide author Bonnie Leon holds the revised version of her book "Journey of Eleven Moons" Tuesday in a posed photo taken at The News-Review in Roseburg.
After hearing from the public, the Oregon State Land Board has voted to recommend the sale of nearly 2,700 acres of Elliott State Forest.
She hopes to become a veterinarian and help animals. The dream seems far away, though.
These logs are the highlights of initial emergency calls and reports to the Douglas County Dispatch Center.
Advocates say Douglas County's homeless population continues to grow as a stagnant economy wreaks havoc on low-income families and veterans return home from Iraq and Afghanistan to find no jobs available.
Roseburg police identified the man who was found dead in Stewart Park Friday morning as a 51-year-old Roseburg man with no permanent address.