Baby Harlow Has Normal Immune System

EUGENE, Ore. — A Eugene family has good news about their baby who’s been suffering from a rare disorder. KEZI 9 News has been following Baby Harlow’s progress for more than a year. And now, her mom says Harlow officially has a normal immune system. In Dec. 2013, we first brought you the story of … Continue reading »

New TripCheck Cameras in Douglas County

DOUGLAS COUNTY, Ore. — Drivers on I-5 in Douglas County and other southern Oregon highways will soon have access to better information about weather and road conditions. New cameras and weather stations are being connected to the Oregon Department of Transportation’s TripCheck website. ODOT says TripCheck is one of the department’s most popular services. It’s … Continue reading »

Brain Exhibit at Valley River Center

EUGENE, Ore. — Fifth graders from Riverbend Elementary toured an inflatable brain Friday at Valley River Center. There was a big emphasis on health and safety. PeaceHealth staff used a melon to show what could happen if you don’t wear a bike helmet. It was also a chance to talk about the Gamma Knife surgery … Continue reading »

Home Show to Help Shelterbox

EUGENE, Ore. — The Good Earth Home, Garden & Living Show opens its doors Friday night, and there’s all kinds of demonstrations and displays to help you better your living space. There’s also an opportunity for visitors to help out people dealing with disaster. ShelterBox USA delivers the essentials people need to rebuild after disaster. … Continue reading »

Dorena Fatal Crash Driver Indentified

DORENA, Ore. — The Lane County Sheriff’s Office is still investigating the death of a man found in his car Thursday night in Dorena. The driver has been identified as 75-year-old Robert Peck of Dorena. His caregiver reported him missing just three days ago, and it was only through the eyes of a passing commercial … Continue reading »

Woman Reports Peeping Tom at Target

ALBANY, Ore. — A woman had a frightening experience at a local store. She was trying on clothes in a dressing room when she noticed someone was holding a cell phone under her door, possibly recording her as she changed. This all happened Wednesday at the Target store in Albany. Shoppers say the case makes … Continue reading »

Board Votes to Put Measure on Ballot

YONCALLA, Ore. — The Yoncalla School District voted to put a school bond measure on the November ballot. The school district says that would help to fund the rebuilding of a new high school to the tune of $12 million. At this point the board is looking at a 30-year bond. That’s $2.98 per thousand … Continue reading »

UO Document Deadline Passes

EUGENE, Ore. — The deadline has passed and the University of Oregon says the professor who received the documents has not returned them. To recap, two UO staff members were put on administrative leave after those employees released 22,000 pages of uncensored documents to that professor. The university says it doesn’t have a reason to … Continue reading »

NFL Deflategate: QB Tom Brady Responds

(CNN) — The New England Patriots’ star quarterback, Tom Brady, says he has no knowledge of whether the New England Patriots deflated footballs to give themselves an edge. If the team deflated game balls during the AFC Championship Game, former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman says Tom Brady would have had to have known, telling … Continue reading »

Good Earth Home, Garden & Living Show

EUGENE, Ore.– The Good Earth Home, Garden & Living Show kicks off Friday evening. Organizers are celebrating the show’s 10th anniversary¬†with more exhibits and activities than ever. There are 230 vendors and 65 seminars, including national salvage design expert Shannon Quimby. She will show off a room that she created with salvage materials. “You don’t … Continue reading »

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