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  1. Missing Toddler Returned Safely — March 28, 2015
  2. Albany American Kennel Club Dog Show — March 28, 2015
  3. Charges to be Filed in Crash — March 28, 2015
  4. Web Extra: OSU Falls to Cal Poly, 7-2 — March 28, 2015
  5. Web Extra: Takeda injury, 10-2 UW win — March 28, 2015

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Raising Colon Cancer Awareness

EUGENE, Ore. — The Willamette Valley Cancer Institute is kicking off Relay For Life sign ups in a unique way, with an inflatable colon. March is colon cancer awareness month. The American Cancer Society says only 65% of people get colonoscopies when they should, so this colon travels the country teaching people about the dangers … Continue reading »

Emergency Response Training

COTTAGE GROVE, Ore. — Emergency responders say communication is key in the event of a major disaster, so Wednesday people from fire departments, police departments, and a gas pipeline company got together to go over what they would do if an emergency hit. Their drill went over a pipeline emergency. But, what they learn from … Continue reading »

Uber Appeals Eugene City Code

EUGENE, Ore. — A lengthy debate at the Atrium Building Tuesday afternoon over rideshare app Uber’s fines. The city of Eugene argues it has health and safety concerns over Uber operating without a license, which is the reason for these steep fines. But, Uber says it is just an app, not a taxi company and … Continue reading »

LCC Partners With Datalogic

EUGENE, Ore. — A new partnership between Lane Community College and Datalogic is getting rave reviews as it feeds two needs. Students get hands on cooking experience and employees get affordable meals. The catered meals are served everyday at Datalogic and the company subsidizes the meals, so they only cost employees $1.50. “I’m a hands … Continue reading »

Thurston Cheer Places 2nd in Nationals

ANAHEIM, CA. — The Thurston High School co-ed cheerleading squad is one of the best teams in the country. The team got second place in the National Competition Sunday night. The cheer team began competing back in December and qualified for nationals. Sunday night they went head to head with the best teams from all … Continue reading »

Library Events During Spring Break

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — If you’re staying in town for Spring Break, the Springfield Library has activities happening all week to keep the kid’s minds active. At 10:30 each morning the library is partnering with the University of Oregon to bring fun science activities to children. Then, at 1:00 in the afternoon they’ll have a variety … Continue reading »

Girl Asks For Greenhill Donations

EUGENE, Ore. — A young girl is asking loved ones to help local animals instead of buying her birthday presents this year. Lucy Doyle is celebrating her 5th birthday with family and friends. Instead of toys, she wants donations for the cats and dogs at Greenhill Humane Society. She’s collecting blankets, toys, treats, and food … Continue reading »

Hundreds Attend Frohnmayer Memorial

EUGENE, Ore. — Friends and family gathered at Matthew Knight Arena Saturday to honor former UO President and Oregon Attorney General Dave Frohnmayer. Friends describe him as caring, kind and brilliant. About 1,000 people were at the memorial service. Frohnmayer’s loved ones talked about his love of music. The crowd also watched a slideshow of … Continue reading »

County Board Discusses Hash Oil Issues

EUGENE, ¬†Ore. — The Lane County Board of Commissioners is considering guidelines for butane hash oil production. A member of the Lane County Interagency Narcotic’s Team presented the board with pictures of homes where there were hash oil explosions because of the high heat and products used during production. Under Measure 91 producing hash oil … Continue reading »

Tom Turner Chosen for Florence Job

EUGENE, Ore. — Big changes could be coming to the Lane County Sheriff’s Office. The city of Florence offered Sheriff Tom Turner a new job as Chief of Police. While Sheriff Turner says he’s excited for this opportunity, he says it’s not a done deal yet. He still has to pass a background check and … Continue reading »

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