HARBOR, Ore. – The Curry County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public to be on the lookout for a missing man who may be in danger: Max Mascareno. The 77-year-old reportedly left his home in Harbor before 7 a.m. on ...

SOUTHERN OREGON, —A southern Oregon woman is getting a $300,000 settlement from the city of Brookings, after her arrest. A disabled Brookings woman, who was cited for driving her motor scooter on the sidewalk back in 2018, is now receiving ...

BROOKINGS, Ore. – A Curry County K-9 helped bring an end to a standoff in Brookings last week. The Curry County Sheriff’s Office said on the afternoon of Friday, March 11, 32-year-old William Stringham was involved in a fight with ...

(KGW) St. Timothy’s is suing the city over an ordinance restricting churches from offering meals more than two days a week. Watch the video above or visit KGW.com for more details. ...

CURRY COUNTY, Ore. – A woman died after falling from a cliff on the Oregon Coast. The Curry County Sheriff’s Office said on Monday, July 12, 60-year-old Glenda Tucker from North Carolina fell 300 feet from a cliff into the ...

BROOKINGS, Ore.– The coast is proving to be a top destination for Oregonians looking to avoid triple digit temperatures this weekend. NBC5 News reached out to several hotels along the coast, all of them say they are completely booked through the ...

HARBOR, Ore. – A man was arrested for allegedly stabbing his neighbor near Brookings. The Curry County Sheriff’s Office said on the night of Sunday, June 13, a woman called police and said her boyfriend was stabbed in the neck ...

BROOKINGS, Ore. – Curry County is moving down in risk levels to the “Lower Risk” tier. One Brookings restaurant manager said the change couldn’t have come at a better time. Chrissie Hathor, kitchen manager of Beachfront Bistro said, “We’re totally ...

BROOKINGS, Ore. – Restaurants in Curry Co. won’t be allowed to have indoor dining beginning Friday when the county goes to extreme risk. Black Trumpet Bistro in Brookings is just one of many restaurants in Curry Co. disappointed with the ...

COOS BAY, Ore. —With spring break right around the corner, many people are hitting Oregon’s coastal towns. They say, unlike last year, they’re open for business this time around. Last year tourist towns were telling people to stay away, this ...

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