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 »

Web Extra: 2014 World Junior Pressers

2014 IAAF World Juniors Championships Official Press Conference #1: 2014 IAAF World Junior Championships Official Press Conference #2:

Web Extra: Former Beaver Scott Schultz

Hillsboro Hops pitcher/Former Beaver Scott Schultz:

More Showers Before Sun Returns

A strong low pressure system is beginning its move through the Pacific Northwest. Light showers are possible Tuesday afternoon and evening. Otherwise mostly cloudy and cool for everyone. Wednesday the main front moves through and we will see showers off and on all day. Temperatures will stay in the 70′s inland and low 60′s along … Continue reading »

Mill Employees Meet Following Fire

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — A fire at the Springfield Plywood and Veneer mill left about 250 people without a job. Those employees met Monday afternoon at Springfield High School for an employee meeting. Employees say they were told their insurance is good through the end of the month and they will get one-one-one meetings with management about 401(k)s. They … Continue reading »

County Passes Sick Leave Ordinances

EUGENE, Ore. — The city of Eugene will take public comment Monday night on a proposal that would require paid sick leave for workers. Lane County took action Monday morning with three new ordinances. Monday morning dozens of business owners and union members packed into Harris Hall to voice their opinions to commissioners about the … Continue reading »

Old Spaghetti Factory Comes to Corvallis

CORVALLIS, Ore. –The Old Spaghetti Factory says it is opening a restaurant in Corvallis this year. North of downtown Corvallis sits an old train depot on Northwest Second Street that has been transformed into restaurant after restaurant – and The Old Spaghetti Factory hopes to change the failing business cycle by bringing its chain to … Continue reading »

Mild Monday Ahead

Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: A quiet day Monday as a storm approaches the area. Skies will become less cloudy this afternoon with high temperatures in the mid 60s along the coast and low 80s inland. A storm will move into the Pacific Northwest Tuesday afternoon, bring showers through Wednesday. There will also be a … Continue reading »

SSE: 1-on-1 with Vin Lananna

Eugene, Ore.– KEZI Sports’ Mike Skow spoke with Tracktown USA & UO Athletics’ Vin Lananna this week about the upcoming IAAF World Junior Championships as well as the Duck men’s track & field team winning this year’s NCAA Outdoor title at last month’s championships in Eugene. See our full conversation here.

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