Renewed Push for Harsher Privacy Laws

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — A change of heart for an Oregon man who admits to secretly recording a girl for years, starting when she was just 13 years old. The cameras inside the girl’s Beaverton bedroom and beach house are now gone. But because Oregon’s laws aren’t updated, his crimes are only considered a misdemeanor, leaving … Continue reading »

Few Showers Wednesday

Chief Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: A weak front will bring a few showers for the northern Coast, Willamette Valley and Cascade foothills Tuesday night into Wednesday. Otherwise Wednesday will be mostly cloudy. High temperatures will still be mild and in the mid 50s. High pressure rebuilds Thursday and stays in control through Sunday morning. … Continue reading »

Board Will Hold 3rd Meeting on Fee

EUGENE, Ore. — There is still no decision on whether residents will be asked to vote on a proposal to pay more to register their vehicles in Lane County. The Lane County Board of Commissioners decided Tuesday afternoon they wanted to refine the language of the ordinance to make sure the money raised from a … Continue reading »

Trees Removed for EmX Project

EUGENE, Ore. — As work continues to get a public transportation line up, trees must come down. This is all part of Lane Transit District’s EmX project. The trees along Sixth and Seventh avenues in Eugene, east of Garfield Street have been cut down, and crews are still working their way down to Charnelton Street. … Continue reading »

Local Choir to Perform at Carnegie Hall

EUGENE, Ore. — Many musicians call it an opportunity of lifetime, performing at Carnegie Hall. That opportunity is here now for the South Eugene High School Choir. Fundraising efforts are underway to make sure student who wants to New York, can go. The 100-member choir received the invitation last year to Carnegie Hall to perform … Continue reading »

Pet of the Week: Nala

EUGENE, Ore. — Our KEZI 9 News Pet of the Week, Nala, is a 3-year-old Pug/Beagle mix. If you’re interested in adopting Nala, or any other pet at Greenhill Humane Society, call 541-689-1503 or click here. You can also find more information about all the events Greenhill Humane Society is hosting here. Click on the video above to … Continue reading »

Cloudy but Mild Next Two Days

While the East Coast is shoveling snow, the west Coast continues to see spring-like conditions.  We won’t set any new records though, as a weak disturbance is bringing back clouds, some rain and keeping our temperatures slightly cooler. A small cold front is going to swing across the northwest corner of Oregon tonight. This will … Continue reading »

Web Extra: OSU Talks 12-0 Win Streak

CORVALLIS, Ore.–Who needs ruby red slippers when you have Oregon State’s orange sneakers? The Beavers are 12-0 at home after sweeping both USC and UCLA at Gill this weekend and will look to bring that momentum on the road. Oregon State is set to take on ASU and Arizona Wednesday and Friday respectively. Oregon State … Continue reading »

School District to Put Out Bond Measure

YONCALLA, Ore. — A Douglas County School District is moving forward with a school bond measure on the November ballot. “We’ve got to come up with a plan with the community and the board to build this school,” said bond supporter Robert Adkisson. Those were Adkisson’s last words, spoken at a Yoncalla School District board … Continue reading »

UO’s Straub Hall Reopens

EUGENE, Ore. — More than one year of construction is a step closer to wrapping up, as Straub Hall on the University of Oregon campus opens its doors for the first time since fall 2013. The $44 million project broke ground in fall of 2013, and it was broken down to two different objectives. Although … Continue reading »

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