Man Dead After Truck Crashes into Pole

EUGENE, Ore. — A man was killed Friday morning after his truck hit a pole and he was ejected from the vehicle. Oregon State Police says witnesses saw the truck driving eastbound on Clear Lake Road at a high rate of speed when it went through the the intersection at Highway 99 and hit a … Continue reading »

Sunny Warm Weather Through The Weekend

Meteorologist Melissa Frey’s Friday Forecast Discussion: Clear skies continue across the entire state of Oregon! Today will likely be the 9th day this month with above average temperatures and we have yet to see a day in April with normal precipitation. With high pressure overhead we’ll continue to see mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures. Highs will … Continue reading »

National Public Health Week

EUGENE, Ore. — Friday is the last day of National Public Health week. Lane County Public Health is inviting the public to an open house to talk about creating a healthier community. Currently, when it comes to health issues like immunization rates, smoking rates and access to healthy foods, Lane County ranks 18th healthiest. There … Continue reading »

Source: Addison Suffers Knee Injury

EUGENE, Ore. — Oregon wide receiver Bralon Addison suffered a non-contact knee injury to his right knee during Wednesday’s spring practice, according to a source. Addison planted to make a cut and then went down grabbing his right knee. The Oregonian’s Andrew Greif later reported Addison was carted off the practice field. Addison is the … Continue reading »

Your Common Questions About Allergies

EUGENE, Ore. — A lot of people are itching to get outside and enjoy the spring weather, but if you’re one of the many who suffers from allergies, that may leave you itching even more. Tree pollen is in high gear and many allergy sufferers are sniffling and sneezing because of it. We asked our … Continue reading »

Woman to Walk Across America

ALBANY, Ore. – A 52-year-old Connecticut woman is leaving Albany this weekend for a walk across the country, hoping to inspire others to dream big. Donna Stokes flew out to Oregon on Wednesday, where she will begin her approximate six-month journey. Her adventure begins Saturday morning from the YMCA in Albany. “When I was looking … Continue reading »

Council Considers New Rest Stop Spot

EUGENE, Ore. — After the closure of the controversial homeless camp Whoville and the rejection of a new site near The Science Factory, some city councilors think they’ve found a decent place for a new city-approved homeless site. That site is near the BMX bike track near Autzen Stadium. Councilor George Brown made the suggestion … Continue reading »

In the Garden: Hanging Baskets

EUGENE, Ore. — If you are looking for an easy way to add some pop to your garden, try a hanging basket. In this episode of In the Garden, we have some tips on how to keep your hanging baskets looking their best.

Interview: Avoiding Identity Theft

EUGENE, Ore. — For this week’s Crime Prevention Day, our topic is identity theft and ways that you can avoid it. Crime Prevention Specialist Tod Schneider from the Eugene Police Department joined us on KEZI 9 News Midday to discuss the topic.

Out & About: April 11th-13th

Get started on planning your weekend by checking out these fun events happening in western Oregon. Out & About Links: Zoot Suit Riot South Willamette Art Walk DisOrient Film Festival Swap and Shop Clothing Swap Eugene Public Library Annual Book Sale For more information on these and other great events, or to submit your own, click … Continue reading »

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