According to Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF) officials, the Echo Mountain fire is complex, and crews from ODF, Toledo, Newport, Depoe Bay and Lincoln City are combating the nearly hundred acre blaze. Firefighters are doing their job as it is safe to do so. The fire is not contained at this time.
An attempted theft of an Otis Pizzeria delivery vehicle tire was thwarted by the restaurant's security guard early Saturday morning and the ordeal was captured on video by the restaurant owner.
A World War II hand grenade was found by an Otis woman Friday in the garage of her late father's house, still in its original container.
Wanted fugitive Jacob Leeland Lunstedt was taken into custody today after a tip to Salem Police led to his capture by local law enforcement after a high-speed chase on Forest Service Road 1726.
A Lincoln County Sheriff's Office investigation has led to the arrest of three individuals surrounding a carjacking in Otis Monday night and a fourth suspect remains at large and is considered armed and dangerous.
The deceased body believed to be that of missing person Cameron Shelden has a .45-caliber bullet wound, and a matching-caliber semi-automatic handgun and shell casing were located where the body was found.
Lincoln County Sheriff's deputies, friends and family are continuing a search in the woods near Rose Lodge, where 37-year-old Seattle-area resident and longtime BNSF railroad engineer Cameron Shelden went missing Sept. 1.
Seattle railroad engineer Cameron Shelden went missing Sunday, Sept. 1, after visiting a friend in Rose Lodge, according to his wife.
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A tax passed by the Oregon Legislature in 2007 is the subject of controversy as fire victims rebuilding say they are being taxed twice.
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