Bob Schaper

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Name: Bob Schaper
Date registered: June 25, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Girl Hit by Car in Eugene — February 25, 2015
  2. A Day in the Life: The Art of Inking — February 18, 2015
  3. Man Dies in Officer-Involved Shooting — December 23, 2014
  4. Allard Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison — December 18, 2014
  5. A Day in the Life of a Beer Brewer — December 16, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. Panhandler’s Paradise: Part 1 — 38 comments
  2. Girl Hit by Car in Eugene — 17 comments
  3. Profits of Panhandling: Part 2 — 14 comments
  4. Eugene Police Prepares for Protests — 5 comments
  5. Allard Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison — 4 comments

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Girl Hit by Car in Eugene

EUGENE, Ore. — A teenager was hit by a car while crossing an intersection in south Eugene. The incident happened at Chambers Street and West 28th Avenue around 8:15 a.m. Wednesday morning. Police say a 13-year-old girl was attempting to cross Chambers Street when she was hit by a black Chrysler 300 heading north. The … Continue reading »

A Day in the Life: The Art of Inking

EUGENE, Ore. — Most things, don’t last forever, but tattoos come pretty close. In this week’s “Day in the Life,” KEZI 9 News Anchor Bob Schaper met the man behind the needles.

Man Dies in Officer-Involved Shooting

UPDATE: The man shot by a Reedsport police officer yesterday morning died last night. Officials identified him as Robert J. Jenkins, 55, of Roseburg. Jenkins was transported to Lower Umpqua Hospital, where he died at 6:51 p.m. The investigation is ongoing and all future information will be released by the Douglas County District Attorney’s Office. … Continue reading »

Allard Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison

EUGENE, Ore. — One of two well known brothers facing several sex crime charges was sentenced to five years in prison Thursday. Jody and Jacky Allard are each facing 20 counts of encouraging child sex abuse, after investigators say they found pornographic images on their computers in March. They fled the state and were arrested … Continue reading »

A Day in the Life of a Beer Brewer

EUGENE, Ore. — In this “Day in the Life” segment, KEZI 9 News Anchor Bob Schaper shows us a man who invents beer every day. Falling Sky Brewing Lead Brewer Scott Sieber says, “Beer waits for no man or woman. You just gotta make it.” It’s 8 a.m. and Falling Sky Brewing won’t open for … Continue reading »

Eugene Police Prepares for Protests

EUGENE, Ore. — Eugene Police Chief Pete Kerns says his department is making preparations for possible protests after the Michael Brown decision. The department has requested that groups give advance notice of possible demonstrations, though they are not required to do so. Kerns says EPD is very good at supporting protesters who want to express … Continue reading »

Profits of Panhandling: Part 2

On Tuesday we showed you the first half of our special two-part report on panhandling in Eugene. In our conclusion, we look at how much panhandling pays and who’s actually doing it. KEZI 9 News morning anchor Bob Schaper got a firsthand look at the profits of panhandling. EUGENE, Ore. — If you ever try … Continue reading »

Panhandler’s Paradise: Part 1

EUGENE, Ore. — You see them at every major intersection in Eugene–men and women holding cardboard signs asking for money, food, work. Some are friendly, some less so, but most of them are no stranger to the lifestyle. “I’ve been doing this for a couple of years, but I’ve been spare changing people for a … Continue reading »

Sports Agent David Meltzer Visits UO

EUGENE, Ore. — His name is not Jerry Maguire, but parts of the Hollywood blockbuster were based on his experiences. On Thursday, super sports agent and author David Meltzer will speak at the University of Oregon Lundquist College of Business. It’s part of a two-day seminar sponsored by the Warsaw Sports Marketing Center. The former … Continue reading »

Serenity Lane to Honor Community Members

EUGENE, Ore. — Wednesday is Serenity Lane’s Community Awards Breakfast, where a long list of deserving individuals will receive recognition for their fight against alcohol and drug abuse. This is the third year for the breakfast, and more than a dozen people will be spotlighted. The winner of the Mayor’s Award is Michael Wright, Program … Continue reading »

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