Valley Fog is Back, Sunny at the Coast

High pressure is back and our skies are clear because of it…but for the valley, this also means the fog has returned! It’s going to really depend on where you are today in terms of what kind of weather you’ll see. The Coast and Cascades will see sunny skies through sunset. Highs will climb into … Continue reading »

Web Extra: OSU Women’s Hoops Beats UW

CORVALLIS, Ore.–No. 9 Oregon State Women’s Basketball continued their win streak both at home in Gill Coliseum and in Pac-12 play with a narrow win over Washington. The Beavers lead by just four at the half, and were finally able to pull out the 75-67 win. Oregon State Head Coach Scott Rueck:      

Corvallis Up For $5M Energy Prize

CORVALLIS, Ore. —  Five million dollars is how much is at stake. Corvallis, one of 50 communities in the nation, is competing for a Georgetown University Energy Prize to continue promoting energy conservation. And if Corvallis were to win, residents in the community could also win some of the big prize money. Energize Corvallis, a … Continue reading »

Employees React to Wendy’s Closures

EUGENE, Ore. — Dozens of employees from local Wendy’s restaurants say they’re still in shock after losing their jobs unexpectedly this weekend. This comes after word all of the chain’s restaurants in Eugene and Springfield are closing. Aside from the lights being off and doors locked, customers and employees at the restaurants received no notice … Continue reading »

Springfield Holds 17th Annual MLK March

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Residents in Springfield took part in Martin Luther King, Jr. celebrations Monday. Dozens of people gathered in front of the Springfield Justice Center where Mayor Christine Lundberg spoke to the crowd before they marched to Springfield High School. There, they heard from more community leaders and also essay contest winners from Springfield … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Mark Helfrich Wraps up 2014

EUGENE, Ore.–Oregon Head Coach Mark Helfrich wrapped up the 2014 football season with a press conference. Helfrich discussed the College Football Playoff National Championship Game, the departure of Marcus Mariota to the NFL, recruiting for the Ducks and looked ahead to the 2015 season.

Making a Difference: Life-Saving Lessons

EUGENE, Ore. — One look at Sean Mondragon, a 44-year-old PE instructor at Lane Community College, and you’d probably say he’s in good health. But about two weeks ago, his relationship with his daughter was put to the ultimate test. “It was pretty scary,” said Sean’s daughter Sophia Mondragon. Just after Christmas, Mondragon’s wife awoke … Continue reading »

Hundreds March in MLK Rally

EUGENE, Ore. — Community members across the country celebrated the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Hundreds of people are gathering at The Shedd Institute in Eugene, where an assembly is taking place. Eugene Mayor Kitty Piercy and Lane County Sheriff Tom Turner will be speaking. Hundreds of people marched from Autzen Stadium to The Shedd … Continue reading »

House Fire in Springfield

SPRINGFIELD, Ore.– One person is hospitalized after an early morning house fire on Monday. It happened on the 500 block of North 39th Street in Springfield at about 4:10 a.m. Firefighters say the fire started in one of the bedrooms and smoke quickly filled the home. Two men were inside at the time of the … Continue reading »

Mild Week Ahead

After a soggy weekend, high pressure is moving in and the clouds are clearing. A few isolated showers remain early this Monday morning, mainly confined to the Coast Range, foothills, central Willamette Valley and Cascades where snow is falling above 4,000′. The clouds will continue to clear as we head into this afternoon and highs will climb … Continue reading »

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