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“I still have no concept of time or what day it is or how I'm going to cope from one moment to the next, but talking about her helps,” said the mother of Newport High junior Chasity Sargent, who died last week from cardiac arrest after her teenage daughter's heart stopped suddenly at home.
A bench-clearing physical altercation that erupted following a play at the plate Sunday forced the forfeiture of the championship game by the 503 Baseball Club to the tournament host Mid-Coast Dungies in Newport.
The FBI is intensifying efforts to arrest fugitives believed to be involved in the assault or murder of law enforcement officers during Police Week, including David Anthony Durham, who allegedly shot and critically injured Lincoln City Police officer Steven Dodds in January 2011.
A junior at Newport High School died Thursday after being taken off life support after being airlifted to a Portland hospital one day after her heart stopped while at home.
Lifelong Lincoln City resident Daniel Summers, a beloved and respected youth coach who many say loved all children as his own and united a community in a common cause, lost his battle with cancer Friday at age 30.
Bradley and Zachery Ehrenfelt were born two minutes apart in Lincoln City on June 14, 1993.
Thirty-four years ago this month -- with Halloween looming -- local mortician Dale Patrick Omsberg became the subject of the most expansive criminal investigation in Lincoln County history.
“I won’t stop until it does,” said Tiffany Hill, whose Oceanlake Elementary School kindergartener’s unsupervised bathroom trip has led to an Oregon Department of Education (ODE) investigation into an incident involving alleged sexual misconduct last spring.
The witness who called 911 to alert first responders to a distressed surfer near Devils Punchbowl says he regrets not calling sooner to prevent the death of the young Corvallis doctor.
Arrangements have been made to transport the Lincoln City homeless to Newport in cold-weather situations and temporarily house them at Grace Wins Haven at the County Fairgrounds.