A man called 911 after seeing someone try to steal his truck in a Prineville fast-food parking lot Thursday morning, then watched him take another parked car and drive off, police said. That sparked a wild pursuit that included the suspect fleeing a guns-drawn traffic stop and eventually stopping when he hit spike strips on Highway 26.
A week ago, Summit High School lost one of its assistant football coaches, Andre Parris. He had battled a form of bone cancer, chondrosarcoma, for 15 years. Players and coaches alike describe him as a fighter and inspiration.
A 60-year-old Bend woman, stabbed in the chest by her 23-year-old son, was in good condition Thursday at St. Charles Bend as police confirmed that the young man shot and killed himself after police arrived on scene.
Nine months after sex abuse allegations first surfaced, the founder of a Bend gymnastics center went on trial Thursday -- and in a late twist, Richard Gustafson waived the right to a jury trial, so a judge will decide his fate.
The residency debate in one Bend City Council race took yet another turn Monday as a supporter of candidate Lisa Seales filed a complaint with the secretary of state’s office, alleging voter registration fraud by candidate Casey Roats; the candidate defended his actions in an e-mail Tuesday.
Oregon State University – Cascades said Thursday it will use a new $305,000 suicide prevention grant to develop programs at the branch campus to support student mental health and to identify and respond to students who are at risk for suicide.
A look at the trends behind those monthly statistical snapshots is what's promised at the Bend Chamber's early Economic Forecast Breakfast, and Thursday morning's gathering was no exception. Nor was the message: optimism about the coming year, tempered by issues that need addressing.
St Charles Bend officials said Wednesday they've restructured their parking policy in an effort to address their patients' greatest complaints. But it's a bigger parking squeeze on employees, who can get tickets for illegal parking - or even dismissal.
OSU-Cascades Vice President Becky Johnson isn’t about to say the effort to build a campus on Bend’s Westside has been smooth sailing of late, or that the land-use fight to get it built is over. But she still sounded upbeat and confident about the future during a talk Wednesday with NewsChannel 21.