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Homeless Rest Stop Open House

EUGENE, Ore. — Community members had a chance to tour the newest homeless rest stop in Eugene Saturday. The Nightingale Health Sanctuary opened in December. It’s near Lane County Behavioral Health, across from Autzen Stadium. It’s home to about 20 people and has room for ten more. Residents say they’re very happy at the new, … Continue reading »

UPDATE: Inmate Committed Suicide

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — The Springfield Police Department released new information about the death of an inmate at the Springfield jail. Springfield police say the 23-year-old man died after hanging himself. Police say Adam Six had been in jail for a few days. He was facing a minor shoplifting charge. “There’s no evidence of any kind … Continue reading »

RRR: Good Earth Home and Garden Show

EUGENE, Ore. — The Good Earth Home, Garden & Living Show kicks off this weekend in Eugene. Wednesday afternoon, vendors moved into the Lane Events Center. From architects to builders to local stores, dozens of vendors set up booths made of recycled products. Down to Earth’s booth consists of recycled art, glass and composting bins. … Continue reading »

UO Students Being Treated for Infection

EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon continues to contact students about a bacterial infection that can cause meningitis. University officials are reaching out to about 80 students who were in small group class settings with the sick student. The health center is separating those who may have been exposed to the infection from others … Continue reading »

Employees React to Wendy’s Closures

EUGENE, Ore. — Dozens of employees from local Wendy’s restaurants say they’re still in shock after losing their jobs unexpectedly this weekend. This comes after word all of the chain’s restaurants in Eugene and Springfield are closing. Aside from the lights being off and doors locked, customers and employees at the restaurants received no notice … Continue reading »

MLK March Planned for Monday Morning

EUGENE, Ore. — Hundreds of people will march in Eugene and Springfield Monday to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. There’ll be a rally beginning at 9:00 a.m. in front of the north gate of Autzen Stadium. Then people will march from Autzen Stadium to the Shedd Institute. Local NAACP leaders say they expect a few … Continue reading »

City to Hold Uber Hearing

EUGENE, Ore. — Changes could be coming to the city of Eugene’s transportation code to allow rideshare app Uber to continue operating within city limits. The city of Eugene is holding a public hearing on Tuesday to get input from residents about taxi companies and whether changes should be made to the city code, allowing … Continue reading »

Ill Student’s Condition Improving

EUGENE, Ore. — Health officials say the University of Oregon student infected with Neisseria Meningococcemia is stabilizing. They say she’s being treated at a hospital in her hometown. On campus, word of this bacterial infection is spreading quickly. Many students say they’re concerned after learning a fellow student was diagnosed with the bacterial infection that … Continue reading »

Neighbors Debate Cell Phone Tower

EUGENE, Ore. — Neighbors unhappy with a proposed cell phone tower in south Eugene are now outraged by the property owner’s most recent proposal. Crossfire Ministries says if the neighborhood doesn’t want the tower they’ll have to pay the church to stop the process. People living near Crossfire Ministries say they believe cell phone towers … Continue reading »

Allard Sentenced to Prison

EUGENE, Ore. — A former little league coach in Eugene will spend six and a half years in prison. Jacky Allard pleaded guilty to four counts of encouraging child sex abuse Wednesday morning. In December, his twin brother Jody, was sentenced to five years in prison for encouraging child sex abuse. The prosecutor wouldn’t go … Continue reading »

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