Japanese Garden to Open in Corvallis

CORVALLIS, Ore. – On tax day, visitors have an opportunity to relax at a Japanese-style garden that is opening Tuesday for the season. Garden of Gentle Breeze, a private garden in the Vineyard Mountain area, is opening for the third year to visitors. The owner, Jay Gray, says the garden is a way for people … Continue reading »

Victim In Motel Fire Identified

SPRINGFIELD, ORE. — Police say the woman who died in the McKenzie Motel fire in Springfield was 22-year-old, Mariah Dawn McElroy from Springfield. They say her screams early Sunday morning likely saved the three survivors. Early Sunday morning, neighbors near the McKenzie Motel near 17th and Main in Springfield, were drawn outside. “I was sitting … Continue reading »

Cinder Block Hits Car on I-5

CRESWELLL, Ore. — A woman is still recovering after a cinder block came crashing through her window on I-5 Sunday morning. Oregon State Police are still trying to figure out who is to blame. Traffic below the overpass in Creswell typically travels around 65 miles per hour, which is why police say whoever threw a … Continue reading »

Art Museum Offers Tax Break

EUGENE, Ore. — The Jordan Schnitzer Museum on the University of Oregon campus may not be one of the biggest, but it’s definitely gotten a hold of some big names in the art world thanks to its Masterworks on Loan Program. Dozens of important works have come through it in recent years and while museum … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Helfrich, Mariota, Kamp

Oregon Head Coach Mark Helfrich: Oregon Quarterback Marcus Mariota: Oregon Defensive End Tony Washington: Oregon Wide Receiver Darren Carrington: Oregon Defensive Lineman Sam Kamp:

Few Chances for April Showers

Meteorologist Melissa Frey’s Monday Forecast Discussion: What a weekend huh? Upper 60s and low 70s throughout western Oregon with hardly a cloud in the sky! Monday is starting out very similar. We do have a few cirrus clouds moving in which will increase throughout the day as high pressure begins to move east. High temperatures … Continue reading »

One Dead In Springfield Motel Fire

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — A woman was found dead in a Springfield motel room that was engulfed in flames early Sunday morning. The fire was contained to just this one room and no one else was injured. It happened at the McKenzie Motel near 17th and Main Street in Springfield. Witnesses say they saw the flames … Continue reading »

Last Minute Tips For Filing Taxes

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Time is ticking to get your taxes filed. The tax deadline is just two days away. But local accountants said there’s still time to file and avoid those late fees. Local tax preparers said they’re always busy these last few days before the April 15th deadline to file tax returns, so they’re … Continue reading »

Cooling Back To Normal This Week

Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: Mostly sunny skies continue Monday as high pressure remains in control. High temps will be slightly cooler and in the low 60s along the coast, near 70 in the Willamette Valley, and low 70s in the Umpqua Basin. Don’t forget about the lunar eclipse Monday night. The full eclipse will … Continue reading »

Ducks Take Advantage in Civil War Opener

Oregon head coach Mike White: Oregon State head coach Laura Berg: Oregon pitcher Cheridan Hawkins: Courtesy: Oregon Sports Information CORVALLIS, Ore.– The No. 1 ranked Oregon softball team used big fifth and seventh innings to overcome an early deficit and beat rival Oregon State, 10-5, in the first of a three-game Pac-12 Conference series on … Continue reading »

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