3 Now in Quarantine in Ohio

CLEVELAND, Oh. — In Ohio, some 29 people who came into contact with Amber Vinson between October 10th and 13th are being monitored. Three were in quarantine as of Sunday, up from one Saturday. One is the nurse’s stepfather. Amber Vinson was transferred to Emory University Hospital’s isolation unit in Atlanta for treatment. According to … Continue reading »

Ebola-linked Cruise Passenger Cleared

GALVESTON, Tex. (CNN) — A cruise ship plowed through the waters of a Texas port on Sunday with precious cargo on board — the end of a small Ebola scare. A passenger had been loosely linked to the only patient to die from the disease in the United States, but health authorities cleared her after … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Ducks After Routing Huskies

EUGENE, Ore — After beating Washington 45-20, Oregon moved up to #6 in the new AP Top 25, released on Sunday, October 19. Full postgame interviews with the Ducks after their 11th straight win over Washington are below: Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich: Oregon offensive coordinator Scott Frost: Oregon defensive coordinator Don Pellum: Oregon quarterback … Continue reading »

Ducks Dominance of Dawgs Continues

EUGENE, Ore —  Freshman Royce Freeman rushed for 4 touchdowns as 9th-ranked Oregon extended its winning streak against Washington to 11 games, as the Ducks dominated the Huskies 45-20 in front of a packed house at Autzen Stadium. Freeman rushed for three first half touchdowns and the Oregon led 28-6 at halftime. Freeman rushed for … Continue reading »

FBI: Man Robs Three Banks in Two Days

EUGENE, Ore. — The FBI says the same man robbed three banks in two days. Investigators say the man robbed the Wells Fargo inside the Safeway on Main Street in Cottage Grove Friday afternoon. The day before, police say he robbed a Wells Fargo inside a Safeway in Salem in the morning and the Umpqua … Continue reading »

Dozens Rally Against Hateful Flyers

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Springfield residents are taking a stand against what they say are hateful words popping up around town. “A Springfield individual distributed flyers at Springfield High School and at Native American and Latino events saying diversity is white genocide,” said Michael Carrigan, event organizer. The man taking responsibility for those flyers is retired … Continue reading »

Three Killed in Crash Near Lost Lake

UPDATE — The victims have been identified as Tiffany and Fred Fefelov, and their 7-month-old daughter Mila from Sherwood. LINN COUNTY, Ore. — A crash on Highway 20 near Lost Lake killed three people Saturday morning. Oregon State Police say it happened on Highway 20 near milepost 78 just before 10 a.m. Officers say a … Continue reading »

UO Launches $2 Billion Campaign

EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon is launching the largest-ever fundraising campaign. Friday night the University of Oregon announced a goal of raising $2 billion. Vice President of University Advancement, Michael Andreasen, says this campaign has three major goals: access, excellence, and experience. The money will be used toward scholarships, student support services, and … Continue reading »

SOU Students Push for Voter Turnout

ASHLAND, Ore. — With the election just weeks away, SOU students are rushing to get as many ballots as they can from classmates. Southern Oregon University has suffered a poor reputation for voter turnout. In the last election, the precinct in which the school is located had roughly 25% of registered voters submit ballots. But … Continue reading »

Duo Steals Golf Cart From Apartment

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Two Oregon State University students stole a golf cart from an apartment complex to get to class faster, according to police. Corvallis Police say on Monday, two male students parked a car at Seventh Street Station, an apartment complex not too far from the University. Instead of walking to campus, police say they … Continue reading »

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