Local Police Officer Offers Assistance Over Thanksgiving Weekend

It started out as a routine traffic stop. But once City of Bend Police Department Officer Greg Goller met the driver behind the wheel, he decided to turn an unfortunate situation into a good deed.

For tonight’s cover story Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan has a holiday story that will warm your heart.

Bend Mom and Son Get the Green Light for New HGTV Show

For the past 17 years, Karrie Trowbridge has been remodeling and flipping houses in Central Oregon, so when producers with HGTV approached her about turning her day-job into a television show, she said “Yes,” and the result is a new show called “Mom and Me,” which just got picked up for its first full season.

However, as Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan reports, the family’s work is just beginning as they look for their next projects to undertake for the new TV show.


Local Grocers Feel the Pressure of Upcoming Holiday

Think about how much work it is to get turkey ready for your family on Thanksgiving. Then imagine handling the turkeys for more than a thousand families. That’s the task facing local markets as they help customers get ready for Turkey Day.

Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan went to Newport Ave Market to see how they’re handling the holiday pressure.

First Responders Help Bend Woman Save a Life

It’s something you never think could happen to you. When Bend resident Larry Bryant had a heart attack after a Munch & Music event in August, the difference between life and death was only a matter of minutes.

Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan looks at how the quick actions of Larry’s girlfriend, along with the help of a 911 dispatcher, saved his life.

Summit High Holds Third Annual Veterans Assembly

Campuses are closed tomorrow at all Bend-La Pine Schools in honor of Veterans Day. But before the students left for the long holiday weekend, they had a chance to meet some of those veterans and hear their stories.

Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan attended a special veterans assembly at Summit High School.

Local Homeless Couple Prepares for New Life

As of the last official count, there are more than 700 homeless people in Deschutes County facing winter weather, with little protection from the elements. One local couple is trying to make a new start, after being homeless in the Bend area for the last 12 years.

Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan looks at what happens when the homeless have nowhere to go.

Local Non-Profit Closes Its Doors

A local non-profit is hoping to place dozens of horses in new homes now that they are shuttering their operation, in the face of a year-long investigation by the Oregon Department of Justice.

As Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan reports, the board of directors for Equine Outreach Horse Rescue have decided to close their doors, and stables, for good.

Permit Obtained for 2018 4 Peaks Music Festival

For years the 4 Peaks Music Festival was held every summer on a property in Tumalo, Oregon, but last summer, the organizer applied for and received permission to move it to southeast Bend. When it came to renew the permit for next year’s festival, there was some pushback from residents who live near the new location.

Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan was at the Deschutes County Commissioner’s meeting today, when a final decision was made for the next event.