A Sweet Home man was reported missing Wednesday, according to a news release from the Linn County Sheriff’s Office.
Two Oregon State University students filed a class action lawsuit against OSU for continuing to charge tuition consistent with in-person education while conducting most classes exclusively online during the pandemic.
The complaint, filed Tuesday in Multnomah County by a former Oregon State dean and current professor, alleges that OSU administrators aided and abetted retaliation for reporting sexual and racial harassment.
A fuel tanker rollover overnight Tuesday has led to a road closure and evacuation of 12 residents in the Stayton Area.
Officials working to put together a managed camping facility near the BMX track in Corvallis had spent nearly $90,000 of the $125,000 in federal CARES act funding before insurance issues forced the group to abandon its plans.
F. King Alexander has resigned from his position as Oregon State University’s president, effective April 1.
Oregon reported on Sunday that it had surpassed 1.5 million jabs of COVID-19 vaccines in the fight against the disease.
4 p.m. UPDATE: All lanes of I-5 northbound are now open.