Friends Speak Out About OSU Porn Case

CORVALLIS, Ore. — The buzz around Oregon State University’s campus still surrounds the viral pornography video that police say was filmed in a public area of the library. Oregon State Police cited the woman on Tuesday for public indecency – making headlines around the globe. But now, friends are speaking out against the community’s reaction. … Continue reading »

Police Warn About Strange Man

EUGENE, Ore. — Police are warning about a man who tried to get a woman into his vehicle and didn’t want to take no for an answer. Police say it happened on 24th and Patterson at about 5:20 p.m. Wednesday. The woman says a black man in his late 20s or early 30s was pulling … Continue reading »

Sex Abuse Suspect Arrested in Texas

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Springfield police are investigating a man wanted for sex abuse in several states. Jimmy Lopez was arrested in Texas on Tuesday. He was living in Springfield until last month. Police say he left the state after their investigation began. He’s accused of sexually abusing a female minor. Officers used a money order … Continue reading »

Interview: Neighborhood Watch

EUGENE, Ore. — How can you help keep your neighborhood safe? Turn to your next-door neighbor. Eugene Police Department Crime Prevention Specialist Harlow Meno joined us on KEZI 9 News Midday to talk about how you can look out for your neighbors. For more information, call EPD’s Crime Prevention Unit at 541-682-5137. Click here to … Continue reading »

Renovating Civic Stadium: Part 1

EUGENE, Ore. — The city of Eugene will decide the fate of historic Civic Stadium in a few weeks, and one group is making a final push to save the aging ballpark. The stadium’s been vacant for more than five years, after the Eugene Emeralds left Civic Stadium to play at PK Park. Now, a … Continue reading »

Removed Trees Recycled

EUGENE, Ore. — The trees along Sixth and Seventh avenues in Eugene continue to come down to make way for LTD’s EmX project, but the transit agency says they’re being put to good use. LTD says the bigger logs are being used to help restore the wetlands around Eugene to improve habitat for turtles and … Continue reading »

Psychiatric Hospital Open House

JUNCTION CITY, Ore.– Don’t let the gray cement exterior of the new psychiatric hospital in Junction City fool you. Construction of the state’s newest hospital is finally complete and the public will get a chance to take a look inside. The $84 million facility is 220,000 square feet and full of color. The attention was … Continue reading »

Muslim Women Concerned with Rec Center

EUGENE, Ore. — Thousands of students are enjoying a new rec center at the University of Oregon, but not all Ducks are flocking to the facilities. Thousands of students use these facilities every day, but some Muslim women on campus say the new windows in the workout rooms don’t make for a comfortable environment. They … Continue reading »

Double Fatal Crash On Highway 99

UPDATE (2:15 p.m.) JUNCTION CITY, Ore. — Police are investigating two separate wrecks involving multiple cars Thursday. Oregon State Police confirm there were three fatalities. Rescue crews rushed to the first crash just before 7 a.m. on Highway 99 south and Milliron. A second wreck happened shortly after 8:30 a.m. about two miles away on … Continue reading »

Samaritan Bio-preparedness Training

LEBANON, Ore. — There is a demand for Ebola preparedness training in the Willamette Valley, and this week, some PeaceHealth employees were able to learn from experts at Samaritan Health Services. The Oregon Health Authority named Samaritan Health Services as one of the facilities in the state to receive and treat patients who may have … Continue reading »

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