Central Oregon Bureau Chief
Emily Cureton is OPB’s Central Oregon Bureau Chief. She formerly contributed award-winning programming to Georgia Public Broadcasting and Jefferson Public Radio, and reporting to community newspapers like the Del Norte Triplicate in Crescent City, California, and the Big Bend Sentinel in Marfa, Texas.
Emily graduated from the University of Texas in Austin with degrees in history, studio art and Russian. Among other adventures, she’s driven a van from Oregon to Costa Rica and hiked from the California coast to the Pacific Crest in Ashland. Send her feedback and story ideas at email@example.com.
The lawsuit puts a fundamental question to the courts: Can a horse sue a person?
Driving Highway 20 between Bend and Sisters offers views of a massive property for sale that borders the Deschutes National Forest. The asking price: $127 million.
A pilot program to lower child care costs through subsidies is in its infancy.
A Madras attorney denies allegations of contract manipulations while the review of public defense contracts statewide leads to reckoning – and no remedy.
News | local | Environment
Irrigators want protection from lawsuits under the Endangered Species Act. Conservationists want more water for spotted frogs and other wildlife.
An anti-immigration group is paying for two Eastern Oregon sheriffs to attend political events in Washington, D.C., this week.
Arrested in September on suspicion of attempted rape, assault and child neglect, Tyler Smith has been on paid leave from the Grant County Sheriff's Office since Aug. 9.
Oregon State Police arrested a Grant County Sheriff’s Office deputy Monday on suspicion of attempted rape, child neglect and assault.
The allegations include a lack of access to medical care, and they come after the Harney County sheriff publicly disavowed conditions at the jail.
Fear about gun laws, immigration and tariffs surfaced at a town hall in Burns on Thursday.
Grant County Sheriff Glenn Palmer denies allegations of corruption and says he will run for a sixth term.
Business | Agriculture | News | local
Central Oregon hemp fields took a beating from hail storms this summer, but that barely put a dent in a booming industry.
Oregon State University-Cascades is breaking ground on an expansion of its Bend campus.
East Oregonian publisher EO Media agreed to buy the only daily newspaper in Central Oregon, The Bulletin, and the weekly Redmond Spokesman.