Winter Making a Comeback (For Now)

After 15 days of no rain in Eugene and 25 days of above average temperatures this month, the weather is looking much more normal, at least for the next week. The jet stream has moved south and an area of low pressure is gong to ride the jet stream right down the Oregon Coast Thursday … Continue reading »

Emotional Vigil Honors 3 Children

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — It was an emotional night along Main Street Wednesday as hundreds of people honored three children at a roadside vigil. Four-year-old Tyler Hudson, 5-year-old Mckenzie Hudson, and 8-year-old John Day were all killed as they tried to cross Main Street with their mother. Her recovery continues. Parents held tight to their children … Continue reading »

Father Discusses Son’s Struggles

PLEASANT HILL, Ore. — Ron Spooner says a very private struggle his family has been dealing with for years became very public Tuesday morning when his son got in an altercation, drove erratically down the highway ramming cars, and led troopers on a pursuit. Spooner says his son Ryan was diagnosed with bipolar disorder when … Continue reading »

Rain & Mountain Snow Returns

  Chief Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast: Wednesday Night: Mostly cloudy. A few showers after midnight. Overnight lows in the low to mid 40s. Thursday-Friday: A storm will bring rain showers Thursday through Friday. Snow is expected above 3,500 feet, which means snow across the Cascade passes. About 2-4″ of new snow is expected Thursday, with an additional … Continue reading »

Vigil Being Held for Tragedy

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Three days after a terrible tragedy in Springfield, the community is coming together to remember the young victims. A candlelight vigil will be held Wednesday, Feb. 25 for the three young children killed Sunday night at the intersection of 54th and Main, where a memorial for the children continues to grow. The … Continue reading »

Metamorphose Art Show – Call for Artists

  EUGENE,  Ore. — Calling all fashion designers, artists, reuse artists, and youth artists.  Now is your chance to enter St. Vincent de Paul‘s 2nd Annual Metamorphose Fashion and Art Show. Fashion designers must create three outfits using discarded items. Contestants will receive 10 MECCA bucks to purchase used embellishments from the Materials Exchange Center … Continue reading »

Dancers Prep for Eugene Salsa Festival

EUGENE, Ore. — The second annual Eugene Salsa Festival is celebrating the art of salsa music and dancing. It’s an event for all ages, happening February 27-March 1. Members from Salseros Dance Company came to KEZI 9 News Midday to share about the event. Click here for more information.

Rain and Mountain Snow on the Way

After 15 days of no rain in Eugene, it’s making a comeback for the end of the week. The clouds are already increasing this morning ahead of the storm. High temperatures will be a few degrees colder because of the extra clouds, topping out in the mid 50s. There is a chance we could see … Continue reading »

Local Volunteers Feeding the Need

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — For a number of years, local volunteers have dedicated their time one night a week to offer a community dinner. Volunteers at the Ebbert Memorial United Methodist Church are feeding more than just the hunger of the stomach. The volunteers are giving some who may not have it a sense of community. Every … Continue reading »

Pedestrians Call Crossing Main St. Tough

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Pedestrians say it can be tricky to make your way across Main St. even with a pedestrian signal, like the one you see at the 54th St. intersection. The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) says it bases the amount of time you get to cross a street on several factors including the … Continue reading »

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