Oregon State football coach Mike Riley is choosing to look at the small picture after Saturday’s loss to California.
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The words “healthy” and “exercise” don’t often collide in the same sentence with “tailgating.”
Oregon State football coach Mike Riley had already told reporters about how impressed he was with California running back Daniel Lasco during the week.
Few of the Oregon State fans remained after halftime on Saturday night.
Sean Mannion is now the Pac-12 Conference career passing yards leader.
Fireworks crew lights up the skies for the crowds at OSU football games
EUGENE — Marcus Mariota threw for 258 yards and two touchdowns and ran for two more scores in fifth-ranked Oregon's 45-16 victory over Stanford on Saturday night.
After ascending the steps and feeding a dragon, children followed its tracks to meet a wizard, werewolf, monsters and fairies on Halloween at the Benton County Courthouse.
Sean Mannion has gone through a few rough spots this season.
Jerry Larson got a rude start to his Halloween when he walked into his store, Wineopolis, in downtown Corvallis on Friday morning.
SAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco became the Valley of the Giants for the third time in five years Friday as hundreds of thousands of people lined the streets for a confetti and rain-soaked parade…
Corvallis resident Ileen Barlow got a little more than she bargained for when she went to fire up her truck on Friday.
Doctor visits Albany hospital, relays experience with treating Ebola
Students paraded through town and campus, carrying banners for various departments and residence halls at Oregon State University with them. The OSU marching band played an accompaniment for t…
People passing by LuAnn Bartlett’s house this month saw not only an elaborate Halloween display — they saw signs advising them to tune their radio to 106.9 FM. The display at 8013 N.E. Barberr…
The first word that comes to mind when Mark Banker is asked about the California football team is “explosive.”
Can math help save the world from Ebola? Jan Medlock fervently hopes so.
A cowboy, an astronaut, the Cat in the Hat, a unicorn, a witch and two cats walk into Community Outreach, Inc.
PORTLAND — LaMarcus Aldridge's first basket of this season was a bit of a surprise, even to him.
A 19-year-old sophomore taking the field before a crowd of 100,423, Oregon State receiver Bob Grim had a lot to take in as the Beavers prepared to face Michigan in the Rose Bowl.
Carolee Clark opens her studio during the 12th annual Philomath Open Studios Tour
Land-use board says City Council must deal with transportation issue on Campus Crest student housing project
The Corvallis Repertory Singers opens its season with a dose of classical tempered by folk
Two people were seriously injured and one was arrested following a crash about 9:30 p.m. Tuesday night on Highway 99W about three miles north of Monroe, near Dawson Road.
The new owners of a downtown property that previously was slated for a controversial hotel development say they plan to build a hotel of their own on the site — even though they were among the…
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Yordano Ventura honored his close friend Oscar Tavares the best way he could.
CORVALLIS — Samaritan Health Services hospitals and clinics will be among six health systems statewide that will serve as referral centers for patients diagnosed with Ebola, Gov. John Kitzhabe…
Oregon State is now past the midway point of the football season and the Beavers are at a crossroads.
Daniel Gomis has been through a lot in life, from the death of his father to serious leg problems that kept him off the basketball court for two years.
It took Scott Rueck just four seasons to turn the Oregon State women’s basketball program into an NCAA tournament team for the first time since 1996.