Out & About: Oct. 24th-26th

Check out these fun events happening all over Western Oregon! Out & About Links: Monster Mash Run and Walk Nearby Nature Haunted Hike Eugene Ballet’s Cinderella Oregon Wedding Showcase CMA Awards Watch Party: Bi-Mart’s Country Music Festival Family and KEZI are hosting an exclusive CMA Awards Watch Party live on November 5th at Studio 5 in Eugene.  … Continue reading »

In the Garden: Growing Citrus Trees

EUGENE, Ore. — True of false. You can’t grow citrus trees in Oregon. Answer: False. You can definitely grow them, but you have to bring them inside from about October to April. And when you bring them inside, there are a few things you need to do so you can get some fruit. A lot … Continue reading »

UO Students React to Task Force Report

EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon Senate Task Force is addressing sexual violence on campus. It presented a list of recommendations to Interim President Scott Coltrane on Wednesday night. Students agree bringing this topic to the table is a step in the right direction, and they like the idea of tackling the issue head … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Pac-12 MBB Media Day

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.– The Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Media Day was held at the new Pac-12 Networks in downtown San Francisco. From Oregon, head coach Dana Altman and senior guard Joseph Young recapped the difficult summer for the Ducks and how the team moves forward. From Oregon State, head coach Wayne Tinkle and junior guard Langston … Continue reading »

UPDATE: Crash Victim’s Identity Released

MILLERSBURG, Ore. — Troopers have identified the driver killed in Thursday’s crash on I-5. OSP says the car driven by Amber Forest was northbound on I-5 near milepost 237 when it went into the center median. The car went into the southbound lanes and hit a semi-truck. The 28-year-old from Aumsville was pronounced dead at … Continue reading »

Wet Weather Continues

Meteorologist Melissa Frey’s Forecast Discussion: We made it through the first big storm of the season, but are not out of the woods just yet. A strong jet stream will continue to deliver tropical moisture across western Oregon today and will deliver several more storm systems in the next week. Showers will continue off and … Continue reading »

UO Worker Saves Burning Building

EUGENE, Ore. — High praise from Eugene Springfield Fire. A woman who was taking a break, may have saved the Wesley Center from extensive fire damage. A fire started Wednesday afternoon in the kitchen of the center. Sarah Anderson works at the neighboring Duck Store. The fire department says she noticed the fire, grabbed the … Continue reading »

Tree Crashes onto House

EUGENE, Ore. — Our first big fall storm of the season tested the rivers, the sewers and at times, even the homes, as several trees came down during the heavy rainfall and strong winds. This fall storm hasn’t disappointed with rain totals topping two inches in some spots. A perfect example of some of the … Continue reading »

UO Task Force Addresses Sexual Violence

EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon Senate Task Force took a major step in addressing sexual violence on campus Wednesday. The task force gave its recommendations to Interim President Scott Coltrane at its meeting. It was certainly a long list recommendations from the task force this Wednesday afternoon — all to address sexual violence, … Continue reading »

Soggy Weather Through The Weekend

Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:   Impressive rainfall totals tonight with areas along the coast receiving more than 2″ of rain in some spots, while close to an inch fell in the valley. Windy as well as wind gusts topped 30 mph in Eugene and cranking to 50 mph or stronger along the coast … Continue reading »

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