Albany police are searching for a man who they believe robbed the Big Lots at 2000 SE 14th Ave on Wednesday, according to a Friday press release.
Oregon State University leaders are suing to block disclosure of details about an investigation of abuse allegations in their volleyball program, even as they tout a refreshed mission for transparency following their president’s resignation over the handling of sexual-misconduct cases at another school.
All firearms would be barred from state buildings, and local governments would have the option of barring them from their own buildings, under a bill that is halfway through the Oregon Legislature.
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.