Marathon Mondays: Coaching

EUGENE, Ore. — It can be hard to stay motivated when running long distances alone, but it’s about finding the motivation, with the help of others, to step out and run. On a Saturday morning most people are relaxing from the work week or getting ready for weekend fun; but for some athletes, they’re up … Continue reading »

Wineries Worry About Warm Winter

CORVALLIS, Ore. — The unusually warm winter this season has vintners in the area concerned about the grape crop this year. Farmers say due to the warm weather, grape buds are already starting to break, but they should not be appearing for at least another three weeks. “The problem is the frost season isn’t over yet,” … Continue reading »

Teen Sentenced for Eugene Rape

EUGENE, Ore. — A teen accused in a Eugene rape case learned how many years he will spend behind bars. A judge sentenced 17-year-old Jaime Tinoco to 14 years in prison. Monday prosecutors pushed for a lengthy sentence saying Tinoco should serve consecutive prison sentences for raping and assaulting a 39-year-old woman near Autzen Stadium … Continue reading »

High Winds, Heavy Rain & Mountain Snow

METEOROLOGIST MELISSA FREY’S WEATHER DISCUSSION FOR MONDAY 3/23/15: A one-two punch of stormy weather will hit Oregon today. First on deck is a cold front that is delivering heavy rain, breezy winds and mountain snow. Eugene picked up nearly half of an inch of rain in the past 24 hours with wind gusts in the … Continue reading »

SSE: Gary Campbell on life, his suits

EUGENE, Oregon – Gary Campbell is one of the longest tenured coaches in college football and about to enter his 33rd year as Oregon’s running backs coach with no plans to retire in the immediate future. Campbell spoke recently about his current & past players, coaching, and his impressive suit collection.

Web Extra: UO Falls in NCAA Tournament

OMAHA, Neb.–Exactly a year to the day, No. 8 Oregon faced off against No. 1 Wisconsin in the Round of 32 in the 2015 NCAA Tournament. While the Ducks kept it close to the very end, they couldn’t pull out the win at CenturyLink Center as they fell 72-65.

OSU Increases Tuition

CORVALLIS, Ore. —  Students at Oregon State University will be paying more for tuition this coming fall. The OSU Board of Trustees decided this week to get rid of the tuition plateau, which allowed students taking 16 credits to pay for the amount of 12. Students taking 15 credits will pay almost 12 percent more than last … Continue reading »

Hundreds Attend Frohnmayer Memorial

EUGENE, Ore. — Friends and family gathered at Matthew Knight Arena Saturday to honor former UO President and Oregon Attorney General Dave Frohnmayer. Friends describe him as caring, kind and brilliant. About 1,000 people were at the memorial service. Frohnmayer’s loved ones talked about his love of music. The crowd also watched a slideshow of … Continue reading »

Artist Carving Sculpture with Chainsaw

EUGENE, Ore. — A tree on Pearl Street is slowly taking shape thanks to an artist. There was sawdust flying everywhere as David Hillesland, from Oregon Chainsaw Sculptures, worked to transform a tree that was once a threat to the building into a piece of art. Hillesland says he was contacted a year ago about … Continue reading »

Beautiful Day Today, But Rain Returning

Saturday:  Mostly sunny skies for the remainder of the day. High temperatures will be near 60 degrees. Tonight: Mostly clear with temperatures with lows reaching around 40 degrees. Sunday:  Clouds will increase Sunday ahead of the next storm Sunday afternoon. Showers will arrive along the Coast during the afternoon, but hold off until the evening inland. Highs … Continue reading »

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