Greg Hasser

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Name: Greg Hasser
Date registered: April 18, 2014

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  1. Mill Fire Fallout: Dead Fish, Asbestos — July 24, 2014
  2. Suspect Arrested After High Speed Chase — July 7, 2014
  3. LCC Breaks Ground on $35M Remodel — June 16, 2014
  4. Two Bulls Fire: 55% Contained Thursday — June 12, 2014
  5. Father Mows Best Giveaway Winner Named — June 12, 2014

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  3. Judge Sentences Murderer to Death — 1 comment

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Mill Fire Fallout: Dead Fish, Asbestos

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — New information is surfacing about the fallout caused by the fire at the Swanson Group’s Springfield Plywood & Veneer mill. Not only did the fire destroy the mill, and force 250 people out of work, it also had an impact on the local environment. The Lane Regional Air Protection Agency released a … Continue reading »

Suspect Arrested After High Speed Chase

EUGENE, Ore. — A Washington man is in custody, accused of stealing a car, shooting at a truck driver, and leading police on a high speed chase, up and down Interstate 5 Monday. Oregon State Police say 24-year-old James Voshell, of Tacoma, first eluded Lebanon Police driving a stolen car. Troopers say shortly after that … Continue reading »

LCC Breaks Ground on $35M Remodel

Eugene, Ore. — A new beginning of sorts Monday at Lane Community College, just as students left for summer break. The school celebrated the groundbreaking for its new Center Building, which is part of a $35 million remodeling project. The Center Building, home to food services, the campus library, and book store, has gone largely … Continue reading »

Two Bulls Fire: 55% Contained Thursday

Bend, Ore. — Fire crews have passed the half-way point in containment efforts of the Two Bulls Fire, burning west of Bend. According to the Central Oregon Fire Information Center website, the wildfire is 55% contained as of Thursday morning. Crews say that means the fire will not grow larger that its current 6,908-acre size. … Continue reading »

Father Mows Best Giveaway Winner Named

Eugene, Ore. — The grand prize winner of the KEZI 9 News Father Mows Best Giveaway was announced Thursday morning on KEZI 9 News This Morning. Kandace Doll stopped by the KEZI 9 News studios to pick up her prizes: a new push mower, straight shafter trimmer and safety goggles, all just in time for … Continue reading »

AG Calls For Shorter Prison Sentences

(CNN) — Shorter sentences could be on the way for as many as 20,000 federal prisoners. That’s if a new proposal by the Justice Department is approved by the U.S. Sentencing Commission next month. Attorney General Eric Holder discussed the issue at an event Tuesday. The change would apply to prisoners without “significant” criminal histories, … Continue reading »

Gunman Killed in Georgia Courthouse Plot

Cumming, Ga. (CNN) — Federal and local law enforcement in Georgia searched the house of a man Friday that authorities say intended to swarm a courthouse and take hostages. Dennis Marx was shot and killed in a shootout with sheriff’s deputies and a swat team in the town of Cumming. A deputy was wounded in … Continue reading »

Eugene Film Set To Premiere

EUGENE, Ore. —  An independent feature-length film shot on location in Eugene is set to premiere Friday night. According to filmmaker, Shane Hawks, “Camp Harlow” is the moving story of Alex, a teenage bully who spends her time lashing out at classmates and making their lives as miserable as she possibly can. Only when Alex … Continue reading »

US Economy Makes 1st Downturn Since 2011

(CNN) — The U.S. economy didn’t fare as well as once thought at the beginning of the year. According to the Bureau of Economic Analysis, the gross domestic product, which is the broadest measure of economic growth, fell at a 1% annual pace in the first quarter. That’s the first downturn since 2011. Previous numbers … Continue reading »

CDC: Most Measles Cases Seen Since 2001

(CNN) —  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the number of measles cases in the United States so far this year has risen to 288, the highest number for one year since at least 2001. The CDC says 90% of all measles cases in the U.S. were in people who were not vaccinated … Continue reading »

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