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Oregon fines Corvallis for discharging untreated sewage

State environmental officials have fined the city of Corvallis for violating the state water quality standard for bacteria by discharging untreated sewage into the Willamette River.

Corvallis cracks down on illegal use of Central Park

A call to action from a former Corvallis Councilor has prompted officials to crack down on people using Central Park illegally.

Oregon State fraternity on track for reinstatement

After a toga party resulting in the hospitalization of two minors, nearly 80 charges and two arrests, the Oregon State University chapter of Phi Delta Theta is on track for …

Man arrested in Oregon stabbings was recently in court

The man arrested in the stabbings of four people at an Oregon home was in a courtroom days before the attack.

Man arrested after ‘multiple’ people stabbed at Oregon home

Authorities say “multiple” people were injured when they were stabbed by a man who entered a home in Corvallis, Oregon.

Mercury spill forces family from Oregon home

Authorities say an Oregon family was displaced because of a mercury spill.

Goat yoga craze: Oregon yoga business goes viral

When Albany’s Lainey Morse first combined the words “goat” and “yoga” for a simple event last July, she inadvertently created a media whirlwind. Since then, her life has been anything …

OSU receives DOE grant for wave energy test facility

Oregon State University has landed a federal grant for the design, permitting and construction of an advanced wave energy test facility.

Corvallis joins dozens of cities in with sanctuary measure

A small Oregon city has joined the dozens of municipalities that have passed sanctuary measures in the wake of the presidential election.