Deer Crash Wedding, Stay for Pics

STOCKTON, New Jersey — A newlywed couple is getting a lot of attention for their “Deerly Beloved” wedding pictures. Lauren Ruff and Erick Fix wed on September 20th. During dinner their photographer, Ian Christmann, noticed a herd of deer had wandered to the edge of the nearby woods. Christmann asked the couple if they would … Continue reading »

Survey: One in 10 Women Raped at UO

EUGENE, Ore. — A shocking study from the University of Oregon Department of Psychology looks at the number of sexual assaults on campus. 10 percent of women in the study say they’ve been raped while attending college at the UO. It surveyed nearly 1000 students and asked detailed and direct questions about their sex life. … Continue reading »

Corvallis-Albany Bike Path Plans

CORVALLIS, Ore. — It will soon be easier to bike between Corvallis and Albany, thanks to a collaboration project among the two cities and Benton County. Through Connect Oregon, the state is giving the project a $2 million grant to fund part of the bike path, giving cyclists a safer way to commute. Cyclists between … Continue reading »

P.F. Chang’s Horse Goes Pink

EUGENE, Ore. – An iconic horse in Eugene is going pink; it’s all part of Breast Cancer Awareness month. This was the scene at the P.F. Changs restaurant in Eugene this afternoon. The restaurant chain is painting more than 250 of its warrior horses pink. Throughout October the restaurant will donate $1 for every person … Continue reading »

Nonprofit Gives Parents a Break

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Organizers of this year’s Great Rotary Duck Race hope to raise $500,000 this year, and you still have time to pick up a duck. Every year, the proceeds from the race go to support five area nonprofits that focus on this very effort year-round. One of those nonprofits is the Relief Nursery … Continue reading »

NOAA Says Pot Growers Threaten Salmon

OREGON — Federal biologists say the marijuana industry is harming salmon. NOAA says pot growers in California and Oregon illegally suck water from creeks where Coho salmon live and it’s a key threat to the species. Biologists say the growers are also spreading fertilizer and pesticides in the salmon streams. NOAA says it’s issuing a … Continue reading »

Nonprofit Gives Parents a Break

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — The Great Rotary Duck Race is a week from Saturday and KEZI 9 News has a closer look at one of the five nonprofits that will receive money, using it to help prevent child abuse and neglect. This month, the Robin Jaqua Relief Nursery celebrated its first year in the Springfield facility; … Continue reading »

Albertsons Security Breach

EUGENE, Ore. — Albertsons is alerting shoppers of a security breach that could’ve compromised credit and debit cards across the country, including its stores in Oregon. Albertsons says account numbers, expiration dates, and even cardholders names might’ve been breached between the August 27 and September 21. This is the latest in a number of security … Continue reading »

EPD Releases Chaney Report

EUGENE, Ore. — Details into the investigation of a killing spree involving a Eugene man that crossed state lines have been released. Eugene Police released the full redacted report on Ricardo Chaney Tuesday. From that report we’re learning what investigators initially found at the scene of a house fire at 2013 Elk Ave. in March. … Continue reading »

Hearing for Cheryl Kidd Wednesday

SALEM, Ore. — The future of a woman accused of killing a Eugene Police officer will be under review at a hearing Wednesday. Board members will decide whether to keep Cheryl Kidd at the state hospital or move her to a less secure facility. Kidd shot and killed Officer Chris Killcullen in 2011. Officer Kilcullen’s … Continue reading »

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