On Tuesday, the Oregon State baseball team gathered at Goss Stadium to get ready for a midweek game against Portland.
Oregon’s initial bid to obtain some of the billions available in federal incentives to boost domestic semiconductor manufacturing is finally headed to up-or-down votes of the Senate and House in the final week of March.
When a newly constituted school board at Greater Albany Public Schools sacked Superintendent Melissa Goff two years into her role in July 2021, it wasn’t a good look.
Some 10 teachers come forward to describe a lot more than a "couple of instances" of physical attacks. One teacher had a chair thrown at them.
This week was filled with awards for members of the Oregon State gymnastics team.
Oregon State's offense came to life in the ninth inning Saturday against California, but the Golden Bears put out the threat to take a 2-1 victory in the second game of their Pac-12 Conference baseball series at Goss Stadium.
It's our current public health crisis, says a law enforcement official combatting the escalating trend.
"I grew up absolutely convinced that I was going to play in the NBA."
Leadership Corvallis is accepting applications for its 2023-24 class.
PHOTOS: Neither rain, nor sleet, nor snow — all of which fell Friday before the push-off — could dissuade those with a message: Disabilities are not inabilities.
It might not be evident by the overnight snow on the ground Friday but it is spring here in the Willamette Valley.
If you want to watch NBC shows on Comcast, you'll be directed to a Eugene station.
The hall opened in 1921, built mostly with volunteer labor and materials.
It proposes less spending than the budget put forth by Gov. Kotek.
A Lebanon man is accused of sexually abusing three victims in Linn County.
Northeast Corvallis' Cheldelin Middle School will have a new principal beginning in the 2023-24 academic year.
"He’s figuring out more and more when it’s time for work" — and when it's time to just be a dog.
Four out of 10 Oregonians say they are “very worried” about the impact of climate change, according to a recent survey conducted by the Oregon Values and Beliefs Center.
Jarod Lucas found his way back to the NCAA men’s basketball tournament on his second stop in his college basketball career.
Manufacturing equipment at the factory will be made at Entek's production site in Lebanon.
The Benton County Sheriff's Office is seeking more information surrounding the death of a 2-month-old girl in Corvallis.
Communication between firefighters is critical, but sometimes in Sweet Home, there's radio silence. Here's why.
The Harrisburg Bridge over the Willamette River on Highway 99E between Albany and Junction City now has a weight limit affecting commercial trucks, but not passenger vehicles.
Elegant dancing horses, strutting stallions, a fast-paced precision drill team, a parade of horse breeds, a large trade show, and world-class trainers and riders sharing secrets to success will all be part of the Northwest Horse Fair & Expo this weekend.
Mitch Canham saw some positives Tuesday night in his team’s 8-6 comeback home win against Portland.
Gov. Tina Kotek is the final stop for a $200 million-plus package that she and lawmakers crafted to aid unhoused people, avert homelessness and lay the groundwork for more housing production in Oregon.
A Corvallis woman and Cold Stone Creamery employee lost three fingers while cleaning an ice cream machine at the Corvallis shop March 15.
The Corvallis Police Department is investigating a stabbing at the local skate park.
Two Linn County Sheriff's Office deputies shot and killed a Sweet Home man Tuesday afternoon, March 21 near Cascadia.
Albany couple brings the hipster. Yes, there's avocado toast too.
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