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Date registered: February 8, 2012


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  1. Interview: Louis Van Amstel from DWTS — April 9, 2014
  2. Two Die in Two-Vehicle Crash — April 7, 2014
  3. EPD Arrests Man Following Assault — April 7, 2014
  4. Monster Jam Roars Through Matt Knight — April 6, 2014
  5. Truck Crashes Into Store, Driver Flees — April 3, 2014

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  1. Weather-Related Closures & Cancellations — 22 comments
  2. Fatal Vehicle Crash Near Veneta — 18 comments
  3. Man Arrested for Putting Dog Inside Oven — 12 comments
  4. City Council Approves Plastic Bag Ban — 10 comments
  5. I-5 Sign Sends Anti-Hate Message — 8 comments

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Interview: End the Silence Breakfast

EUGENE, Ore. — Womenspace of Eugene works to get the word out about domestic violence, and the community is listening. You can help raise awareness and funding for services to empower women by attending the “End the Silence Breakfast,” coming up Wednesday. It’s an opportunity to show support as well as to learn about Womenspace. … Continue reading »

4 Rescued in Basement Fire

EUGENE, Ore. — Crews responded to a fire on the 900 block of W. 8th Ave. in Eugene early Tuesday morning. The first calls came in just after 5 a.m. Firefighters said personal belongings in the basement were on fire. They rescued four people from the home. One victim suffered from smoke inhalation and was … Continue reading »

Down Trees Causing Power Outages

COTTAGE GROVE, Ore. — Sounds of snapping limbs filled Cottage Grove Friday night as freezing rain started weighing down trees. The National Weather Service says there was up a .25″ of ice coating trees that plunged many homes into darkness. Electric crews all over Lane County were out repairing electric lines that were taken down … Continue reading »

Interview: AARP Tax Help

EUGENE, Ore. — Are you ready to file your 2013 state and federal taxes?  Free help is available, starting this weekend. Certified AARP volunteers can help you navigate the new rules. Local AARP coordinator Len Lewandowski joined us live in the studio for KEZI 9 News This Morning to tell us about the nearest AARP … Continue reading »

Police Search for Assault Suspect

EUGENE, Ore. — The Eugene Police Department was searching for a man who took off on foot after a fight with his girlfriend Monday morning. Police got the call a little after 2 a.m. after a neighbor called in, saying she could hear a woman screaming. Once police got to the apartment near 14th and … Continue reading »

Lane County Immunization Deadline Close

EUGENE, Ore. — With Exclusion Day fast approaching, Lane County Public Health is urging parents to make sure their kids are up to date on their vaccinations. Kids who aren’t current on their immunizations by February 19 won’t be able to go to school or daycare. Last year, Lane County sent out more than 1800 … Continue reading »

Vendors Setting up for Home Show

EUGENE, Ore. — Vendors at the Good Earth Home, Garden, and Living Show are busy setting up their environmentally friendly booths. The Rexius booth features benches that were remade after a fire destroyed the original benches. Across the events center, crews assembled a greenhouse crafted from old shower door panels. Another vendor spent the day … Continue reading »

Springfield Holding School Bond Forum

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — The Springfield School District is reaching out to the public for help after its bond measure failed. It’s hosting two open forums for people to share their thoughts about how the district should deal with the problems the bond would have helped address. District Communications Specialist Devon Ashbridge says they are encouraging … Continue reading »

Group Offers Affordable Housing Options

EUGENE, Ore. — An affordable housing group is working to not only keep people off the streets in Eugene and Springfield, but to also develop a sense of community. Metropolitan Affordable Housing consists of nine complexes throughout Eugene and Springfield, all aimed at helping people with low or fixed incomes. The group says all of … Continue reading »

Oakshire Hosts Backcountry Film Festival

EUGENE Ore. — The Oakshire Public Brewing House opened its doors Sunday night for the Back Country Film Festival. The festival features outdoor films from all around the world. The Backcountry Film Festival travels to nearly 100 cities showing films that highlight winter in the backcountry. The goal is to raise money so local youth can … Continue reading »

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