Sexual Assault Investigation Continues

EUGENE, Ore. — Police are looking for answers, following an alleged sexual assault from over the weekend on the University of Oregon campus. UOPD says this particular incident was reported to have happened in a campus residence hall. This incident is still under investigation. Several students from Watson Hall, where the incident was said to … Continue reading »

Students Build Tissue Hot Air Balloon

EUGENE, Ore. — Science is always more fun when you can see it in action. Fifth grade students at Gilham Elementary have been studying molecules and how they react to hot air. They’ve been waiting for the perfect opportunity to launch their balloon, and Wednesday morning they had just the right weather for the perfect … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Ducks baseball at Media Day

EUGENE – Oregon baseball coach George Horton and players spoke to the media at the team’s Media Day. Oregon head baseball coach George Horton: Oregon infielder Mitchell Tolman:

Web Extra: Ducks hoops prepare for USC

EUGENE, Oregon – Oregon basketball coach Dana Altman and several players speak to the media before hosting USC on Thursday. Oregon head coach Dana Altman: Oregon guard Ahmaad Rorie: Oregon guard Jalil Abdul-Bassit:

Woman Sexually Assaulted in UO Dorm

EUGENE, Ore. — University of Oregon Police say a woman unaffiliated with the university may have been drugged and later sexually assaulted Saturday, January 17th. They say the incident allegedly took place inside Watson Hall, a dorm on campus. A lot of questions are swirling for students about what happened Saturday night inside the dorm. … Continue reading »

Drizzly Thursday Morning

Chief Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: A weak front will bring some drizzle Thursday morning. A stronger front will move in Friday, but we’ll just have some isolated showers through the day. We should have some nice clearing behind this front Saturday; so keeping skies partly cloudy to mostly sunny through the day. Fog will … Continue reading »

SOTU: Middle Class Economics

EUGENE, Ore. — The president focused a lot on the future of the middle class during his State of the Union Address Tuesday night, but did his message hit home with citizens? The president’s speech was filled with several big moments. This particular topic was one of them and included several suggestions at how to … Continue reading »

Marijuana Public Policy Course at OSU

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Recreational marijuana becomes legal in Oregon this year on July 1, but what are the policies surrounding the new law? Students in a sociology course at Oregon State University have the opportunity this term to submit their own research to legislators to help shape the state’s policies. “It’s not a class about … Continue reading »

Interview: Saxophonist Branford Marsalis

EUGENE, Ore. — Legendary jazz musician Branford Marsalis is bringing his talent to western Oregon. This week, he’s performing with the Eugene Symphony. You can catch him at the Hult Center on Jan. 22 and 8 p.m. Click on the video above to watch our interview with him from KEZI 9 News Midday.

Four Businesses Exposed to Measles

EUGENE, Ore. — Lane County Public Health has released more updates about a confirmed measles case involving a man who went on vacation to Disneyland last month. Health officials say the man also visited a number of businesses in Eugene with symptoms. They say the man, who is a Eugene resident in his 40s, visited … Continue reading »

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