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Name: KEZI
Date registered: February 8, 2012
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  1. Arrest Made in Arson Investigation — July 23, 2014
  2. Inflation Takes a Bite Out of PB&J Price — July 22, 2014
  3. Riding Beyond Helps Cancer Survivors — July 20, 2014
  4. TSA Measures Scrutinize Electronics — July 6, 2014
  5. Take Your Dog to Work Day — June 20, 2014

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Arrest Made in Arson Investigation

CRESWELL, 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 … Continue reading »

Inflation Takes a Bite Out of PB&J Price

(CNN) — Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches may not cost as much as they have in the recent past. That’s because all of the ingredients are cheaper now, due to inflation. According to the Consumer Price Index, white bread prices have dropped 2.8% over the last year. Prices for canned fruit, which includes jelly, have … Continue reading »

Riding Beyond Helps Cancer Survivors

ASHLAND, Ore. — An equine therapy program is helping people ride beyond cancer.  Riding Beyond uses a horse to help cancer survivors or people in recovery to reconnect with the world. It’s common during the recovery period for people to not want to be touched or be around others, but trainers for Riding Beyond said … Continue reading »

TSA Measures Scrutinize Electronics

(CNN) —  Power it up, or leave it behind. The Transportation Security Administration said Sunday that officers may ask passengers en route to the United States from overseas to turn on their electronic devices to prove they work and aren’t explosive devices. They won’t allow devices without power on board planes. The traveler may then … Continue reading »

Take Your Dog to Work Day

EUGENE, Ore. — Friday is Take Your Dog to Work Day, and some furry faces stole hearts a day early to get ready. Columbia Bank on Green Acres Road in Eugene hosted an adoption event for the Greenhill Humane Society. Organizers say besides finding homes for loving pets, the event was a good reminder about … Continue reading »

Kiwanis Club Hands Out Strawberries

EUGENE, Ore. — People lined up for hours Thursday to pick up a sweet treat at the Valley River Center in Eugene. The Emerald Empire Kiwanis Club handed out 3,300 pounds of fresh, pre-sold Willamette Valley strawberries. About 1,300 people placed orders and people started lining up around noon for the distribution, which started at … Continue reading »

Bowe Bergdahl Arrives in US

(ABC) — Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl arrived in the United States this morning, Pentagon officials said, marking another step in his reintegration process following nearly five years spent in captivity. The former POW’s plane landed in San Antonio, Texas, where he’ll get treatment at Brooke Army Medical Center, Pentagon Press Secretary Rear Adm. John Kirby said … Continue reading »

Two People Recovering from Head-On Crash

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Two people are recovering after a head-on collision east of Springfield Thursday morning. Oregon State Police shut down the highway near milepost 11 shortly after 7 a.m. Police say a female driver in a Buick sedan crossed the center line, crashing into an SUV. Investigators are still trying to figure out why … Continue reading »

GOP Primary Upset: Rep. Cantor Ousted

WASHINGTON (CNN) — A major upset in Virginia’s Republican Primary is the talk of Washington, D.C. Wednesday. Congressman Eric Cantor, the No. 2 Republican in the U.S. House, lost his seat in Congress Tuesday evening to economics professor and Tea Party member, Dave Brat. Cantor announced Wednesday he will step down as House majority leader effective … Continue reading »

Eighth Graders Try to Stay Afloat

EUGENE, Ore. — Cardboard boats don’t sound very seaworthy, but Shasta middle schoolers still put it to the test. Eighth graders built boats out of cardboard and then hopped in and tried to paddle the length of the pool. It was a test of the Archimedes Principle and the students had to build a sturdy, … Continue reading »

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