Local Businesses Fundraise for Family

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — It’s a tragic situation that has caught the attention of not only community members, but local businesses as well. They say they’re hoping to help the Hudson family through donations in this time of need. A tragedy that has torn apart a family is now bringing a community together. “It’s a tragic, … Continue reading »

Eugene Hearing & Speech Center Closes

EUGENE, Ore. — An unexpected closure is catching the Eugene community off guard. The Eugene Hearing and Speech Center shut its doors Friday and laid off more than a dozen employees. Executive Director John Baumann says the center’s had some financial trouble for quite a while, but just in the last few weeks found out … Continue reading »

Rival High Schools Host Run for Charity

CORVALLIS, Ore. —  A run for charity brought the two rival high schools in Corvallis together Saturday morning. The Crescent Valley Raiders and the Corvallis Spartans both have annual pageant programs, and on Saturday, students hosted a rivalry run fundraiser. The Mr. and Ms. Spartan and Mr. and Ms. CV pageant programs fundraise throughout the … Continue reading »

Firefighters Meet Cancer Survivors

EUGENE, Ore. — The annual “Firefighters Stair Climb” is just around the corner, and firefighters from Eugene and Springfield are busy training. On Sunday, February 22, they got some help from a few honorary fireighters. The stair climb, which raises money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, draws in 1,800 firefighters to Seattle to climb … Continue reading »

OSU Library Girl Shares Her Story

SALEM, Ore. — The former Oregon State University student accused of filming a pornographic video in a campus library is sharing her side of the story. The worldwide sensation started at the OSU Valley Library, where 19-year-old Kendra Sunderland was caught for live-streaming a pornographic show. On Friday, KEZI 9 News met with Sunderland at … Continue reading »

Students Display Kindness on the Court

PORT ORFORD, Ore. — High school athletes aren’t usually praised for letting an opponent score, but during this one game, on this one night, two baskets meant a lot more than just four points on the score board. Two weeks ago, the Pacific Pirates took on the Camas Valley Hornets for Pacific High School’s Senior … Continue reading »

Boy Donates Money for Civic Stadium

EUGENE, Ore. — A Eugene first grader made a special donation to the City of Eugene and the Civic Alliance, now that the alliance has raised enough money to buy Civic Stadium. The historic stadium is important to a lot of people in the Eugene community, including one first grader who decided he was going … Continue reading »

Two Arrested in Junction City Drug Bust

Junction City, Ore. – Two Junction City residents were arrested during a drug bust at a home on 4th and Kalmia. Junction City police, with help from the Lane County Special Response Team, served a search warrant early Friday morning. Investigators said inside they found methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia and a large quantity of marijuana. Neighbors … Continue reading »

UO Pit Crew Video Earns Finalist Spot

EUGENE, Ore. — A 15-second video could win the University of Oregon Foundation thousands of dollars for scholarships. The Pit Crew entered a video in the NCAA Basketball “Let’s Dance” Competition. It won the regional contest, giving the university $10,000. But Duck fans can double that. You can vote up to 10 times a day, … Continue reading »

Best Used Cars Under $10,000

(CONSUMER REPORTS) — If your budget is tight, finding a good used car that’s also inexpensive is no easy task. Here are 10 used cars that Consumer Reports recommends for less than $10,000: For small cars: 2008 Mazda3 is fuel-efficient, fun to drive, and unlikely to wind up in the shop. 2005-2008 Pontiac Vibe is … Continue reading »

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