Web Extra: Gary Andersen One-on-One

CORVALLIS, Ore.–Oregon State’s new head coach Gary Andersen sat down with KEZI 9 Sports reporter Kristen Rodgers to discuss his transition from Badger to Beaver, why he left Wisconsin, his relationship with UW Athletic Director Barry Alvarez, his “aggressive” coaching philosophy, his defensive mindset and how a dual-threat quarterback would fit in at Oregon State.

Light Showers Continue Monday

Twitter Facebook Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: Rain showers continue through early Tuesday morning. The heaviest rain will be in the Coast Range and Cascade Range. Additional rainfall will be around 0.25-0.5 inches. A Flood Watch remains in effect until 4 p.m. A Flood Warning remains in effect for the Mary’s River at Philomath, the Siuslaw River at Mapleton, and … Continue reading »

Siuslaw River Floods Homes In Mapleton

MAPLETON, Ore.– Dozens of homes in Mapleton are under water Sunday night after the Siuslaw River crested Sunday morning after the Siuslaw River crested Sunday morning. People living here in Mapleton along the Siuslaw River say while flooding is not uncommon in this area, they had to prepare pretty quickly for this flood. Roads are … Continue reading »

Philomath Roads Flooded

PHILOMATH, Ore. — Flooding in Philomath is forcing drivers to re-route as they try to get around. Residents say they’re cautious but not concerned. “This is the first place it floods from the Mary’s River,” said Beverly Lonsway, a Philomath resident. It didn’t take long for Chapel Drive to flood right in front of Lonsway’s … Continue reading »

Residents Prepare for Flooding

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Rising rivers are causing concerns for people living along the Mohawk and Siuslaw Rivers. These residents are asked to take caution Saturday night as heavy rain moves through the valley. Although they’re not concerned about water levels getting high enough to flood like it has in previous years, residents say they always … Continue reading »

Public Works Crews Prepare for Storm

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — City public works crews are on standby this weekend ready to respond to reports of flooding. Eugene Public Works says while it’s definitely rainy outside, there aren’t any major problems out on the roadways yet. Crews in Springfield say they haven’t received any reports of major localized flooding in their area either. … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Oregon Beats Delaware State

EUGENE, Ore.–Oregon Men’s Basketball moved to 8-3 on the season with a 83-70 win over Delaware State on Saturday. After the game, Casey Benson, Ahmaad Rorie and head coach Dana Altman discussed the Ducks win over the hornets, their new starting five and the rest of their non-conference schedule. Head Coach Dana Altman: Guards Casey Benson … Continue reading »

Heavy Rain & Flood Watches This Weekend

Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:   Heavy rain at times tonight as an “atmospheric river” of ocean moistures is heading right for the Pacific Northwest for the next couple of days. That will have an impact on travel over the next couple of days, as many spots may see upwards of 2-4″, possibly up … Continue reading »

Bed bugs found at Eugene Library

Eugene, Ore. – The downtown Eugene Library is dealing with unwanted guests –bed bugs. The tiny insects were discovered earlier this month by a library patron, who found them in a chair on the third floor. More bugs were discovered in chairs on the second floor, too. Staff quickly took action – removing the infested … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Ducks Before Heading to L.A.

Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota: Oregon center Hroniss Grasu: Oregon wide receiver Byron Marshall: Oregon offensive lineman Hamani Stevens: Oregon offensive lineman Andre Yruretegoyena: Oregon wide receiver Bralon Addison: Oregon safety Erick Dargan: Oregon linebacker Tony Washington: Oregon safety Reggie Daniels:

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