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Officials say we could be reaching a point of no return, but there is still hope.
Ahead of undergrad classes beginning tomorrow, students at the University of Oregon are reflecting on their experience with coronavirus and remote learning.
Dr. Venus Nicolino says sometimes the trauma of a wildfire lasts far beyond its containment date.
A little more than a week ago, Shana Jewel lived in Blue River about 5 miles east of Vida in a beautiful riverfront home that is now gone.
The American Red Cross and other organizations continue to provide resources and assistance to those forced to flee their homes from the Archie Creek Fire.
The fire is causing road hazards for fire crews and residents who are evacuating.
When a student completes the course, it will also count for four credits at Lane Community College.
The plan involves all levels of law enforcement.
Oregon Department of Forestry firefighters used boats to reach a wildfire burning on a roadless peninsula near Sweet Home Saturday.
The deaths include a 70-year-old Douglas County woman, whose death was announced by OHA Sunday.
Data is updated nightly.