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Three arrested after fleeing from police in Roseburg mall

Three people were arrested after fleeing from police in the Roseburg Valley Mall on Tuesday.Roseburg police officers attempted to pull over Julien Roland Bocquel, 36, of Florence, David Eric Pullem, 26, of Eugene and Victoria Elizabeth Mills, 26, of Eugene, after they drove to Red Robin in a 2000 Li

NRTODAY.COM - 2018-10-17 16:15:00

Roseburg attorney calls hot car death a tragic accident

ROSEBURG, Ore. -- The attorney for the Roseburg mother whose toddler died in a hot car in June is calling it a tragic accident and said his client is still healing after the Douglas County District Attorney dropped the criminal charges against her."She is still dealing with trauma and dealing with h

KEZI.COM - 2018-10-16 18:49:00

Resident transported to Mercy Medical Center after being struck by train in Roseburg

According to a press release from the Douglas County Sheriff's Office, deputies learned that 81-year-old Earl Jensen, of Roseburg, was exiting a driveway and stopped on the railroad tracks in his 2015 Ford Taurus. He did not observe the northbound Central Oregon and Pacific Railroad train that was a

WORLD LINK - 2018-10-16 17:54:00

OSP needs to enforce speed limit through Roseburg

Living in Elkton and volunteering at an organization with offices just off of Harvard Avenue, I drive most of the 60 mph-section of Interstate 5 through Roseburg fairly frequently. While I am in favor of ODOT's experiment to see if lowering the speed limit will lower the fatal and serious crash rate

NRTODAY.COM - 2018-10-17 18:00:00

Police Log: Tuesday's arrests

Chester Wallace Anderson, 42, of Roseburg, on suspicion of being a felon in possession of a restricted weapon, contempt of court and a parole violation.

NRTODAY.COM - 2018-10-17 18:30:00

Peyton Bryant gives Roseburg a lift with his leg

Getting on the field, though, that meant bouncing back ahead of schedule from a knee strain.

NRTODAY.COM - 2018-10-16 14:45:00

Roseburg Fire Department moves Station 3 back to its permanent location

ROSEBURG, Ore. -- The City of Roseburg Fire Department moved its Station 3 on Monday, October 15, from the temporary location on Valley View back to its permanent location at 801 N.W. Garden Valley Boulevard.


Legislative candidates speak at League of Women Voters Forum

Four candidates for three state legislative positions discussed the economy, education, healthcare and other issues at the League of Women Voters legislative candidate forum Tuesday at the Holiday Inn Express in Roseburg.The forum was unusual this year in that two contenders — incumbents Sen. Dallas

NRTODAY.COM - 2018-10-17 14:30:00

Roseburg beats South Medford in straight sets in SWC match

MEDFORD — The Roseburg volleyball team defeated South Medford Tuesday night in a Southwest Conference match.The Indians (12-9, 6-3 SWC) won 25-19, 25-20, 25-17 to stay tied with South Eugene (16-8, 6-3) in second place in the SWC.The win gives Roseburg an automatic berth into the Class 6A playoffs f

NRTODAY.COM - 2018-10-17 04:38:00

Police: Roseburg man arrested after talking online to officer posing as juvenile female

On August 18, 2018, the Myrtle Creek Police Department said they began an investigation into William Donald Callahan, 55, of Roseburg, after he contacted someone he thought was juvenile female on social media.


Man hospitalized in Douglas County after car collides with train

ROSEBURG, Ore. -- Just after 1 p.m. Monday, Douglas County Fire District No. 2 was dispatched to a report of a car vs. train in the 3200 block of Old Highway 99 South.


Pursuit ends with the arrest of two suspects - KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2

The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office said on October 14, a deputy saw a suspicious van parked at a church after hours. The vehicle immediately sped off when the deputy stopped. The driver, later identified as 35-year-old Christopher Michael Rock, swerved toward oncoming cars and law enforcement vehic


Exit 124 in Roseburg awaits major upgrades

"(It’s) probably going to be a little difficult,” says Christian Andino of Roseburg, who lives off Bellows Street. “(It will) cause a little trouble, a little congestion maybe. But I also understand; we all have to do our civic duty so the infrastructure of the town can improve."


Roseburg Marching Ensemble dominates at Grants Pass competition

ROSEBURG, Ore. — TheRoseburg Marching Ensembledominated their competitors Saturday at the Pride of the NW marching band competition in Grants Pass, a band spokesperson reports, bringing home a total of eight awards earned during preliminary and final competitions against 10 other bands from around t


Charges against mother who left toddler in hot car waived, according to DA

The charges against Nicole Engler, the mother who made a fatal mistake by leaving her 21-month-old toddler in a hot car for several hours, have been waived, according to Douglas County District Attorney Rick Wesenberg.


Charges dropped against Roseburg mother in hot car death

Nicole Engler was facing manslaughter charges after police said she left her 21-month-old daughter, Remington Engler, in her car seat while she was at work in June.


Winston man dies in crash

Thomas Rynearson, 32, was allegedly driving in the 2000 block of Cow Creek Road, Riddle, at approximately 8:15 p.m. when the 2004 Ford F-350 he was driving left the road and rolled several times before coming to rest, according to police. Investigators said speed appeared to be a contributing factor


Police: Winston man dies in crash near Riddle

The sheriff's office was assisted by Oregon State Police, Riddle Fire Department, Bay Cities Ambulance and Bill's Towing.


Truck catches fire on I-5, ignites nearby brush as wildfire danger returns to Oregon

GLENDALE, Ore. - A truck caught fire on Interstate 5 on Monday, and the flames spread to roadside vegetation.


Candidates for City Council speak of change in Roseburg

"It goes hand in hand with tourism," said Kristi Rifenbark. "People coming over here, maybe they want to go out to the wineries and they don't want to drive, which is reasonable.”