WATER FAUCETEUGENE, Ore. — EWEB issued a boil water notice Wednesday morning to some customers in south Eugene due to a water main break.

The notice affects approximately 100 customers in the Donald Street area from 48th to 53rd avenues.

EWEB says customers who receive the notice should follow instructions until the notice is lifted.

Click here to read those instructions.

WhitehallCRESWELL, Ore. – The Lane County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a suspect in relation to a fatal fire in Creswell on July 16, 2014.

Deputies arrested Eugene Whitehall, 42, following an arson investigation into a house fire on Bryant Road in Creswell. Investigators found two bodies at the scene. The two victims were identified as Dennis Michael Kelly, 65, of Creswell, and Carl Robb McFarland, 69, of Creswell.

Whitehall faces to two counts of aggravated Murder and arson in the first degree. He is scheduled to appear in court at 1:30 p.m. in Wednesday.

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Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion:

A cold front will push across the area this morning bringing heavy rain and isolated thunderstorms. Rainfall totals will be anywhere from 0.1″-0.25″.

The center of the storm will move into Washington this afternoon, but wrap around moisture will continue to keep isolated showers moving through the area Wednesday afternoon into Wednesday night. Temperatures will be cooler and in the low 60s along the coast and mid 70s inland.

High pressure builds as we move into the weekend. This will return skies to mostly sunny. Temperatures will also climb back into the upper 60s along the coast and low to mid 90s inland.

Have a wonderful week!
~ Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn

7-22 Stabbing 2EUGENE, Ore. — Police say one person is in custody following a possible stabbing at a homeless camp.

Police responded to an area near Highway 99 and Roosevelt Boulevard Tuesday night.

They say a woman had been stabbed in the abdomen, however her injuries were not considered life-threatening.

Officers took another woman in custody. They say the two had been fighting all day.

There are no details on any possible charges.

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EUGENE, Ore. — Opening ceremonies of the IAAF World Junior Championships kicked off Tuesday.
The meet is the premiere track and field event for junior athletes around the world.
Track and field fans are pumped up for this international competition, it’s not just fans in Eugene who come to support but people as far as South Carolina and Wisconsin are in Eugene and also those who are coming from overseas.
This six-day event draws the best track and field athletes under 20 from around the globe.
A total of 177 national federations, from Algeria to Zimbabwe, will compete.
More than 1,700 athletes, under the age of 20 will compete.
“We train hard and work every day so, this is the time and the moment that we’ve been working for, so I guess we will stay focused,” said Saqukine Cameron, Jamaica athlete.
The event is a chance to watch the future stars of the sport, many of whom could compete in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

Oregon signee Ariana Washington:

Oregon signee Raevyn Rogers:

Oregon signee Ashlee Moore:

Baylor/Team USA sprinter Trayvon Brommel:


LOS ANGELES, Calif.– On the eve of the 2014 Pac-12 football media days in Los Angeles, GoDucks.com editor in chief Rob Moseley announced that linebacker Rahim Cassell was no longer with the Oregon program. KEZI 9 News Sports Director Jake Zivin has more on Cassell’s departure in his media days preview.

Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich, quarterback Marcus Mariota and linebacker Derrick Malone meet the media on Wednesday. Oregon State head coach Mike Riley, quarterback Sean Mannion and linebacker Michael Doctor meet the media on Thursday.

We will have reports from L.A. on KEZI 9 News at 5, 6, 6:30 and 11 p.m., as well as extensive coverage online at KEZI.com. Check back for raw interviews throughout the day and follow Jake on Twitter for real-time updates.

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Thunderstorms have been rolling up from the south throughout the afternoon Tuesday and will fire well into the evening. Overnight those will quiet down but then a new weather system moves in from the Pacific.

Rain turning to showers will keep Wednesday the coolest day of the week. More rain and fewer thunderstorms are expected but there will still be a chance for isolated afternoon thunderstorms along the Cascades and into Central Oregon.

Thursday we will dry out and begin to warm up. Temperatures will reach in to the low 90′s by Saturday and Sunday.

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SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Workers from the Springfield Plywood and Veneer Mill are concerned about what’s next.

On Monday, they were informed their health insurance is only good through the end of the month.

Mill workers said the meeting certainly answered some of their questions but losing their health insurance at the end of July is adding to their worries over not having a job.
Employees say many of them can’t afford health insurance otherwise. Insurance agents say there are various options out there for people to take a look at while they’re in between jobs.

Those options include COBRA, different private carriers, or Cover Oregon.

“They can go to the Cover Oregon website. They can talk to an agent who can help get them in that situation and then see what they qualify for, see what kind of benefits they qualify for, and hopefully it’s enough to at least protect them and their family,” said Ryan Hoffstot, a local insurance agent.

Hoffstot says he recommends employees getting some sort of insurance in between jobs.

An employee who spoke to KEZI 9 News said they are having one on one meetings with management this week and hope to have more questions answered.

Still0722_00002CRESWELL, Ore. — The Lane County Sheriff’s Office found two bodies in the rubble from a fire that burned down a home in Creswell last Wednesday.

The two men who lived in the home, Dennis Kelley and Carl McFarland were reported missing, and haven’t been seen since the fire broke out.

But, deputies said they’re not identifying them as victims yet. “There have been two bodies found in the remains of the Creswell fire. They haven’t been identified yet, so the missing persons report that we put out previously with the two gentleman are still considered missing,” said Sgt. Carrie Carver, Lane County Sheriff’s Office.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Lane County Sheriff’s Office.

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