Stacey Kafka

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Name: Stacey Kafka
Date registered: January 7, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Residents React to Cuba Announcement — December 17, 2014
  2. Eugene House Displays Peanuts Charaters — December 17, 2014
  3. Vehicle Fee Moves Forward — December 16, 2014
  4. Commission Passes Public Safety Plan — December 16, 2014
  5. Lane County Board Regulates E-Cigarettes — December 16, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. Girl Accuses Store of Discrimination — 37 comments
  2. Armed Woman Stops Burglary — 28 comments
  3. Police Officer Shoots Dog — 26 comments
  4. Moms Rally for Gun Control — 26 comments
  5. SLEEPS Protesters Expanding Campsites — 13 comments

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Families Prep for Thanksgiving

EUGENE, Ore. — With Thanksgiving just a few days away, many people are prepping their refrigerators and solidifying their plans for the holiday. Many shoppers say they head to Grocery Outlet or similar stores, searching for the cheapest prices ahead of the holidays. Staff members at Grocery Outlet say they’ve been out of frozen turkeys … Continue reading »

Holiday Market Kicks Off

EUGENE, Ore. — The Saturday Market is moving indoors for the next six weeks at the Lane Events Center, for the Holiday Market. During opening weekend at the market, vendors filled the new venue. At this time of year, many booths also add some Christmas ornaments and gifts geared toward holiday shoppers. “There’s people that … Continue reading »

Search Continues for Robbery Suspect

EUGENE, Ore. — Eugene Police is looking for an armed man who they say robbed a gas station Tuesday night. EPD says just before 10 p.m. a man approached an employee at the 76 gas station on 6th Avenue. Police say he displayed a gun and demanded money. “Anyone who’s willing to do this is … Continue reading »

Defending Against Assault

EUGENE, Ore. – Eugene Police say a woman who fought back with pepper spray after allegedly being sexually assaulted, helped her escape the very dangerous situation. EPD and a local self-defense instructor say in most sexual assaults the victim and perpetrator know each other, but that wasn’t the case Tuesday night. Police say the victim … Continue reading »

EPD Sex Assault Suspect Search Continues

EUGENE, Ore. — The search continues for a suspect accused of sexually assaulting a woman Tuesday night in a busy area of Eugene. Eugene Police say the incident happened just before 6 p.m. near the 7-Eleven and Baja Fresh on Coburg Road. A young woman was walking to her car when the man approached her … Continue reading »

Public Support for Police Departments

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — While police across the country are preparing for possible trouble in Ferguson, officers say they don’t expect anything like that locally. Springfield police say they work every single day to have a good relationship with the community to prevent this kind of reaction. The Springfield Police Department says maintaining public support is … Continue reading »

Health Care Open Enrollment Begins

EUGENE, Ore. — A Eugene tax company is helping those who need to sign up for health insurance, now that they can enroll in the federal exchange. The owner of Liberty Tax Service says his employees are contacting customers to make sure they know they’re required to have health insurance, or they could face steep … Continue reading »

Rest Stop Proposed for Homeless

EUGENE, Ore. — A few dozen homeless campers could soon have a legal place to stay on a piece of Lane County property. The county hopes to make a piece of land off of Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard a temporary rest stop for the homeless this winter. But before campers will move in, the … Continue reading »

Farmers Encourage Locals to Stock Up

EUGENE, Ore. — Winter is around the corner but it doesn’t mean you have to stop buying locally-grown produce. People in Eugene got a lesson on how to stock up for the season at the Fill Your Pantry event Sunday. Organizers encourage consumers to buy in bulk so they can continue cooking with local foods … Continue reading »

Ice Causes Power Outages in Blodgett

BLODGETT, Ore. — The classrooms at Blodgett Elementary School sat empty Friday after a storm caused outages all around town. The school’s principal says they lost power around 10:30 a.m. Thursday and let kids out of class shortly after that. The school was left without any running water or heat, and conditions all around the … Continue reading »

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