Wet Wednesday, Weekend Warm-Up

Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: A cold front will push across the area this morning bringing heavy rain and isolated thunderstorms. Rainfall totals will be anywhere from 0.1″-0.25″. The center of the storm will move into Washington this afternoon, but wrap around moisture will continue to keep isolated showers moving through the area Wednesday afternoon … Continue reading »

World Junior Championships Kick Off

EUGENE, Ore. — Opening ceremonies of the IAAF World Junior Championships kicked off Tuesday. The meet is the premiere track and field event for junior athletes around the world. Track and field fans are pumped up for this international competition, it’s not just fans in Eugene who come to support but people as far as … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Day 1 of IAAF World Juniors

Oregon signee Ariana Washington: Oregon signee Raevyn Rogers: Oregon signee Ashlee Moore: Baylor/Team USA sprinter Trayvon Brommel:  

Cassell Departs Ducks Before Media Days

LOS ANGELES, Calif.– On the eve of the 2014 Pac-12 football media days in Los Angeles, GoDucks.com editor in chief Rob Moseley announced that linebacker Rahim Cassell was no longer with the Oregon program. KEZI 9 News Sports Director Jake Zivin has more on Cassell’s departure in his media days preview. Oregon head coach Mark … Continue reading »

Our Summer Storm Is Here

Thunderstorms have been rolling up from the south throughout the afternoon Tuesday and will fire well into the evening. Overnight those will quiet down but then a new weather system moves in from the Pacific. Rain turning to showers will keep Wednesday the coolest day of the week. More rain and fewer thunderstorms are expected … Continue reading »

Mill Workers Losing Health Insurance

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Workers from the Springfield Plywood and Veneer Mill are concerned about what’s next. On Monday, they were informed their health insurance is only good through the end of the month. Mill workers said the meeting certainly answered some of their questions but losing their health insurance at the end of July is … Continue reading »

Neighbors Protest Sprint Jet Boat Races

LEBANON, Ore. — Sprint jet boat races are coming to Lebanon this weekend – something that organizers say will boost the area’s economy. But neighbors are fighting to cancel the event – worried about the amount of water the site is using. The United States Sprint Boat Association is hosting the event on July 26, … Continue reading »

Service Dog Complaint Heads to Court

EUGENE, Ore. — A woman who said she was discriminated against because of her service dog appeared in court Tuesday. The Bureau of Labor and Industries began hearing the case against the Duck Stop Market. Two judges heard opening arguments and testimony from the complainant in this case Tuesday from Michel Hilt Hayden’s attorney along … Continue reading »

Wet Start to the Championship

Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: Tropical moisture is moving into the area from the southwest. Isolated showers will continue through Tuesday. High temperatures will be in the upper 70s inland and mid 60s along the coast. A storm will move into the Pacific Northwest this evening. Showers will pick up Tuesday night ans Wednesday morning. … Continue reading »

Community Debates Sick Leave Ordinance

EUGENE, Ore — As the Eugene City Council debates the issue of a paid sick leave ordinance, a divided community voices its opinions. The council held a public hearing Monday night on an ordinance that would require employers to provide sick leave to their workers. 67 people signed up to testify at the public hearing … Continue reading »

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