Before the carousel started an operator rang an old-fashioned hanging bell to warn riders it was about to start.
Lennox Archer had a good job teaching English as a second language to international college students. Then their life spiraled out of control.
Around 30 firefighters from multiple agencies and at least seven fire vehicles responded to a three-alarm grass fire outside of Scio Saturday afternoon.
A Corvallis woman was sentenced to 40 days in jail in Benton County Circuit Court on Friday for her role in a forgery scheme that targeted a dozen Corvallis businesses.
SWEET HOME — Although director Robert Shamek said Oregon Jamboree staff members are still crunching numbers, it appears the event held Aug. 2-4 was a financial and artistic success.
The Corvallis City Council wades back into the annexation issue at its 6 p.m. Monday session at the downtown fire station, 400 NW Harrison Blvd.
Efforts to move city and county homeless coordination to a Benton County advisory board are on a path toward approval in the coming weeks.
Earthquake geologists and others are blasting Oregon's recent repeal of a ban on new police stations, fire stations, schools and other "critical facilities" in tsunami inundation zones. Oregon State University professor Chris Goldfinger calls the repea...
An ambitious research project that aims to build an enormous database of personal medical information will be in Corvallis next week.
U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden continues his town hall tour with a stop Wednesday in Corvallis.
Officials from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the state Fire Marshal’s Office continued their investigations Friday into the cause of Thursday’s explosion and fire at Selmet Inc. that injured two employees.
Oregon State University has hired Andrea Ballinger as its new vice provost for information and technology, the university announced on Friday.