Sports Agent David Meltzer Visits UO

EUGENE, Ore. — His name is not Jerry Maguire, but parts of the Hollywood blockbuster were based on his experiences. On Thursday, super sports agent and author David Meltzer will speak at the University of Oregon Lundquist College of Business. It’s part of a two-day seminar sponsored by the Warsaw Sports Marketing Center. The former … Continue reading »

UPDATE: Crash Victim’s Identity Released

MILLERSBURG, Ore. — Troopers have identified the driver killed in Thursday’s crash on I-5. OSP says the car driven by Amber Forest was northbound on I-5 near milepost 237 when it went into the center median. The car went into the southbound lanes and hit a semi-truck. The 28-year-old from Aumsville was pronounced dead at … Continue reading »

Woman Sentenced for Stealing Car

EUGENE, Ore. — Tamela Trice was sentenced to 20 months in prison Thursday after she stole a car that had two kids inside. On Sept. 13, investigators say a mother went into Safeway on Main Street in Springfield. She left the engine on with her two kids–a 17-year-old and 2-year-old–sleeping inside. That’s when police say … Continue reading »

Bridge Closed During Death Investigation

NORTH BEND, Ore. — A bridge is closed on the coast Thursday morning, and a death investigation is under way. Oregon State Police closed the Conde McCullough Memorial Bridge on Highway 101 Wednesday night. Emergency responders found a man’s body in the water around 5:30 p.m., and they later pulled a car from the water … Continue reading »

UO Worker Saves Burning Building

EUGENE, Ore. — High praise from Eugene Springfield Fire. A woman who was taking a break, may have saved the Wesley Center from extensive fire damage. A fire started Wednesday afternoon in the kitchen of the center. Sarah Anderson works at the neighboring Duck Store. The fire department says she noticed the fire, grabbed the … Continue reading »

Tree Crashes onto House

EUGENE, Ore. — Our first big fall storm of the season tested the rivers, the sewers and at times, even the homes, as several trees came down during the heavy rainfall and strong winds. This fall storm hasn’t disappointed with rain totals topping two inches in some spots. A perfect example of some of the … Continue reading »

UO Task Force Addresses Sexual Violence

EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon Senate Task Force took a major step in addressing sexual violence on campus Wednesday. The task force gave its recommendations to Interim President Scott Coltrane at its meeting. It was certainly a long list recommendations from the task force this Wednesday afternoon — all to address sexual violence, … Continue reading »

UO Students Support Love Your Melon Day

Eugene, Ore. — Student athletes from the University of Oregon helped spread the message behind Love Your Melon Day Wednesday. Love Your Melon is a non-profit that looks to brighten the lives of children battling cancer. The mission is simple: for every hat purchased, a hat is given to a kid suffering from cancer. Wednesday … Continue reading »

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Rainwater

EUGENE, Ore. — Now’s the time to pay close attention to your garden so you can make the most of the rainwater, come spring. EWEB and the city of Eugene have teamed up with Nearby Nature to create a water wise demonstration garden at Alton Baker Park. It shows you how to save water now … Continue reading »

County Commissioners Tour Coburg North

COBURG, Ore. — The former Monaco manufacturing site, Coburg North, is now fully leased. On Wednesday, Lane County commissioners took a tour to learn more about the jobs and developments happening in Coburg. With all the buildings leased and plans to build an Oregon State Police crime lab, Coburg North developers say there’ll be around … Continue reading »

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