Fans React to Third NFL Arrest

EUGENE, Ore. — For the third time in a week an NFL player is in the headlines for domestic abuse or assault allegations. Police arrested Arizona’s Jonathan Dwyer on aggravated assault charges. Dwyer’s arrest comes less than 24 hours after Vikings star Adrian Peterson was placed on the Exempt/Commissioner’s Permission List. That means he won’t … Continue reading »

90th Birthday Party

EUGENE, Ore. –A special surprise for a Eugene woman who’s spent decades helping others. Martha Tippetts isn’t your average 90-year-old, between her presidency at the Willamette Oaks Residence Association and the Caregivers Support Group she runs, she goes above and beyond to help others. Her support group put together a party, full of surprises Wednesday. … Continue reading »

Lane County Juvenile Youth Programs

EUGENE, Ore. — The arrest of a teenager from Washington County sparked talks in the community after he allegedly raped a woman near Autzen Stadium while on a supervised outing with a juvenile youth program. After Washington County’s Juvenile Department confirmed Jaime Tinoco, 17, was arrested for allegedly beating and raping a 39-year-old woman in … Continue reading »

Roseburg Death Investigation Continues

ROSEBURG, Ore. — We’re still waiting on autopsy results to find out how an employee at a convenience store died early Tuesday morning in Roseburg. John Flannigan is facing murder charges in the death of Lori Rothrock who was found dead at the Fast Stop. Police say they’ve been asked by the Major Crimes Unit … Continue reading »

Pipe Bomb Found in Florence

FLORENCE, Ore. — A live pipe bomb was deactivated in Florence Wednesday after a citizen found it and handed it to a volunteer police officer. Florence Interim Police Chief Lynn F. Lamm said a volunteer auxiliary police officer was filling up her police car with gas when a woman walked up with a live, fused pipe … Continue reading »

EPD Refreshes Driving Skills on Runway

CORVALLIS, Ore. – It was pretty loud at the Corvallis Airport earlier Wednesday, when the Eugene Police Department set up several driving courses to practice driving skills. EPD was out on a road course, refreshing their driving skills, while also getting to know their vehicle’s limits and their limits as a driver. “If they can’t … Continue reading »

Library to Host Make-and-Take Event

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. —  A big art party for kids is happening this Friday, Sept. 19th.  The Springfield Public Library coordinated a free hands-on event for Springfield Public Schools students, who will be released early from school on Friday. The library is hosting Make & Take @ The Library: Fingerprint Swirls and Whorls. Children will create … Continue reading »

Bike and Trailer Stolen from Dad

EUGENE, Ore. — A man is hoping to get his 9-month-old daughter’s toys back after thieves stole his bike and child trailer. Steven Mara says he put up a sign outside his apartment complex showing thieves what they stole didn’t just have monetary value. They were toys that meant something to his daughter Indika. Mara … Continue reading »

Minimum Wage Goes Up Again

OREGON — Thousands of Oregonians will be getting a boost in their paycheck starting next year. Labor officials announced Wednesday they’re raising the state’s minimum wage to $9.25, up from $9.10, starting January 1. Minimum wage employees working 30 hours a week will get $234 more next year. Officials say it will help workers keep … Continue reading »

Eugene Couple Sends Help to Weed

EUGENE, Ore. — A couple from Weed has been glued to their computers and televisions since Monday, watching much of their hometown burn to the ground, from hours away. Jessica and Will Hammond still have many friends and family in Weed. Jessica says her sister-in-law was one of the many to lose her home. The … Continue reading »

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