Bras for a Cure

EUGENE, Ore. — October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and an event that encourages artistic flair while raising money for breast cancer treatment kicked off Tuesday evening. Colorful and creative bras were on display at Dandelions for their reveal party. The annual contest raises money for the Oregon Cancer Foundation. This year, special focus is … Continue reading »

UO Campus Prepares for Stormy Weather

EUGENE, Ore. — University of Oregon maintenance crews are busy clearing leaves from catch basins and gutters, after water worked its way into some campus buildings during Monday’s rains. Water flooded into about 10 buildings on campus during the heavy downpour. Tuesday, crews were out again preparing campus for the upcoming wet weather. They cleared … Continue reading »

Woman Accused of Hitting Man Twice

EUGENE, Ore. — A domestic dispute took a rough turn in Eugene. A Eugene woman is accused of running over her boyfriend twice in one day. “I just wondered what made her do it. What would make someone do something like that?” said Eugene resident Barbara Knowlen. It’s the question on a lot of people’s … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Garrett, Woods, Johnson

CORVALLIS, Ore.–Oregon State’s John Garrett, Storm Woods and Jabral Johnson preview Stanford’s physical defense, Oregon State’s run game and how the Beaver defense has fared so far this season. Oregon State Offensive Coordinator John Garrett: Oregon State Running Back Storm Woods: Oregon State Linebacker Jabral Johnson:

Pet of the Week: Half Pint

EUGENE, Ore. — Half Pint, our KEZI 9 News Pet of the Week, is a 9-year-old Terrier, Jack Russell/Mix. He would love to be the only pet in a quiet home so he can be spoiled. He is pretty mellow and loves to walk while on a leash. If you’re interested in adopting Half Pint, or any … Continue reading »

Council Strikes Down Marijuana Sales Tax

EUGENE, Ore. — The Eugene City Council will not pursue a marijuana sales tax as part of Measure 91. The council struck down a motion to pursue the issue further at Monday night’s public hearing. It didn’t take long to strike down the motion. “It’s going to be so expensive to buy marijuana recreational or … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Campbell, Frost, Grasu, More

Oregon offensive coordinator Scott Frost: Oregon running back Gary Campbell: Oregon center Hroniss Grasu: Oregon offensive lineman Doug Brenner: Oregon defensive tackle Arik Armstead:

Web Extra: Riley, Villamin and Brennan

CORVALLIS, Ore.–Oregon State’s Mike Riley, Sean Mannion, Jordan Villamin and Brent Brennan discussed the injuries plaguing the Beavers, the tough challenge that is Stanford’s defense as well as Villamin’s breakout performance against Utah. Oregon State Head Coach Mike Riley: Oregon State Wide Receiver Jordan Villamin: Oregon State Wide Receivers Coach Brent Brennan: Oregon State Quarterback … Continue reading »

PeaceHealth Celebrates New Building

EUGENE, Ore. — PeaceHealth celebrated the completion of its new inpatient behavioral health building. Staff held a ribbon-cutting and open house event Monday morning. The $13.1 million project will provide 35 private beds, 20 of which are licensed as secure beds compared to eight in the existing unit. Staff say the new space is not … Continue reading »

Run Raises Money for Hospice

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — More than 100 runners and walkers gathered at Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend Sunday to remember loved ones who’ve passed away. It was the third annual Walk and Run to Remember. Before heading out on the course, participants put pictures and messages to lost loved ones on a piece of cloth … Continue reading »

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