Campfire restrictions coming on Friday

Fires to be limited to staffed campgrounds

Public lands managers around Central Oregon are implementing new restrictions on campfires in light of … Read more

Cultus Lake campground to reopen

After the day-use area and boat ramp at Cultus Lake opened earlier in July, the … Read more

Forensic expert describes bloody crime scene

But testimony in Lara hearings did not link him to the beating

An Oregon State Police forensic scientist described a violent crime scene in which the victim … Read more

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University of Oregon sued by man suspended in sex assault

EUGENE — The University of Oregon is being sued in federal court by a man … Read more

Around the state

Underage strip club dancers — The Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries has proposed a … Read more

NW 14th and Elgin in Bend now open after gas leak

A road closure in the area of NW 14th Street and Elgin Avenue in Bend … Read more

Long winter causes problems on Pacific Crest Trail

Hikers jumped to Oregon to avoid Sierras, encountered more snow

A winter that was colder and wetter than usual up and down the West Coast … Read more

Fixes make sidewalks accessible, but Bend has a long way to go

Road construction adds sidewalks and curb ramps

When Sharlene Wills moved from Los Angeles to Bend five years ago, she was surprised … Read more

Boy dies after falling from float in Baker City parade

One of Baker City’s favorite community events turned tragic Saturday morning when a boy fell … Read more

Lara says he killed Sawyer because she wouldn’t stop screaming

Co-worker who listened to Lara’s story did not believe it

Court testimony Tuesday poked holes in accused murderer Edwin Lara’s statement to have accidentally backed … Read more

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Portland train stabbing — The man accused of killing two passengers and wounding a third … Read more

Algae causes problems in popular Central Oregon lake

Lake Billy Chinook deals with blue-green algae outbreak

A familiar sludge-like, neon-green cloud returned this summer to cause problems at one of Oregon’s … Read more

Packed room confronts board over JROTC cancellation

Community: JROTC will leave void at Madras High

MADRAS — A packed roomful of people at the Madras Performing Arts Center argued for … Read more

Culver man charged in infant daughter’s death

Police say he was drunk and caused an accident that killed his infant daughter

A Culver man has been charged with first-degree manslaughter for allegedly driving drunk and crashing … Read more

Interior secretary ponders fate of Cascade-Siskiyou

SALEM — After touring the “unique” Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument in Oregon and speaking to ranchers, … Read more

Andy High new Bend-La Pine board chairman

Board looks to upcoming school year, new chair’s goals

The Bend-La Pine School Board chose Andy High to serve as its new chairman at … Read more

Around the state

Deciding 4 dogs’ fate — Klamath County commissioners must decide what happens to four dogs … Read more

Woman accused of profiting from fake cancer diagnosis

EUGENE — An Oregon woman is accused of profiting financially by faking a cancer diagnosis, … Read more

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Redmond family on track to complete disabled daughter’s wish

Construction for Make-A-Wish project resumes after winter delays

Like most 6-year olds, when Lilly Moore gets to go swimming, her excitement is apparent, … Read more

Jefferson County improves fire rating, insurance premiums

A better rating could mean lower cost for fire insurance

When Fire Chief Brian Huff got his start with the Jefferson County Fire District in … Read more

Summer school for board members held in Bend

Conference offers insight on cyberbullying, poverty in schools

Unlike some other elected positions, school board members often are not polished politicians. For many, … Read more

Oregon investigator: Seattle mayor abused foster child in 1984

SEATTLE — Three decades before Ed Murray was elected Seattle’s mayor, an Oregon child-welfare investigator … Read more

9th Circuit sets timely agenda

The nation’s largest federal court circuit has clashed repeatedly with President Donald Trump over the … Read more

Around the state

Boy killed falling from parade float — An Oregon boy is dead after falling off … Read more

At Bend schools, bus riding not the norm

Kids living close are expected to walk or ride

One mile isn’t a great distance, but it’s more than many parents are willing to … Read more

Public invited to weigh in on Bend park plans

District plans for Big Sky could include lighting, amplified sound

Users and neighbors of Big Sky Park are encouraged to meet with Bend Park & … Read more

Questions remain after week of testimony in murder case

Edwin Lara accused in death of Kaylee Sawyer of Bend

Just shy of the one-year anniversary of a suspected murder that shocked Bend residents and … Read more

Kids splash, run through obstacle course at Deschutes Dash

Multisport races culminate in kids’ fun

The final event at Saturday’s Deschutes Dash multisport event came with two guarantees: Contestants were … Read more

Firefighting jumbo jet grounded in the U.S.

BOISE, Idaho — A giant aircraft that can fly high above oceans on intercontinental flights … Read more

Owner involved in fatal dog attack comes forward

Redmond man said he didn’t know the extent of the other dog’s injuries

The owner of a dog that fatally attacked a woman’s yellow Labrador at Cline Falls … Read more

Gonorrhea cases in Oregon nearly triple since 2012

PORTLAND — A gonorrhea epidemic has hit Oregon amid public health concerns that the disease … Read more

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