SSE: One-on-One with Craig Robinson

After another disappointing season, Craig Robinson’s seat is as hot as it’s ever been. Robinson sat down with our Stephen Nelson for a one-on-one conversation to discuss the past, present and future of the program. Robinson touches on his job status, the criticism, the President and the program’s current relationship with “Beaver Nation.”

SSE: One-on-One with Johnathan Loyd

EUGENE, Ore. — Erik Elken sits down with former Oregon basketball player turned Oregon wide receiver Johnathan Loyd. They discuss why Loyd chose to play wide receiver, how he’s settling in to his new sport and what he remembers most about his storied basketball career with the Ducks.

April Showers in Full Force

Meteorologist Melissa Frey’s Forecast Discussion: After seeing a relatively dry start to April, the rain is back as we head into the last two weeks of the month. Storms are lining up about every 24 hours through the weekend, the first of which will arrive Monday afternoon. We’ll see scattered showers around lunch time switching over … Continue reading »

UO’s Green Garter Opening for Brass Band

EUGENE, Ore. – It’s the performance of a lifetime for the University of Oregon’s Green Garter band. They’re opening for Youngblood Brass band, a jazz ensemble group from Wisconsin. The 12 person band usually plays during UO football and basketball games, but on Monday night they will take the stage as the opening act. “They pull … Continue reading »

Residents Share Their Meaning of Easter

EUGENE, Ore. — The sun rose with Easter Sunday morning, creating ideal weather for egg hunters and church go-ers. At Eugene Christian Fellowship, parents watched as their kids raced around the yard for eggs and candy. During that time, people shared what Easter means to them, everything from something sweet to something spiritual. The day … Continue reading »

Creswell Restaurant Reopening After Fire

CRESWELL, Ore. — Word is quickly spreading around Creswell that the bar at TJ’s is back open after a fire shut down the business for the last four months. In just a few weeks, the restaurant will be serving its popular dishes in the newly remodeled dining room. From a pile of ashes to a … Continue reading »

Wet Workweek Ahead

Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: Easter Sunday started off with some fog, but transitioned to mostly sunny skies by lunchtime. High temperatures were in the upper 50s along the coast and upper 60s and low 70s inland. Clouds will increase Sunday night as a cold front moves inland, but falls apart. Skies will remain cloudy … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Ducks Shine at Oregon Relays

Oregon track & field head coach Robert Johnson: Olympic distance runner & former Duck Matthew Centrowitz: Oregon distance runners Edward Cheserek & Eric Jenkins: Oregon sprinter Devon Allen:

Ducks Complete Sweep of Cougs

Oregon Head Coach George Horton: Oregon Outfielder Austin Grebeck: Oregon Pitcher Trent Paddon: Oregon First Baseman A.J. Balta: Courtesy: Oregon Sports Information EUGENE, Ore. – Austin Grebeck didn’t start in Oregon’s 2-1 win over Washington State on Sunday at PK Park, but he ended the Cougars best chance to avoid a sweep at the hands … Continue reading »

Police Investigating Death In Eugene

EUGENE, Ore. — Police found the body of a 27-year-old man in the backyard of a house on the 1100 block of Woodside Drive. Officers say the man didn’t live in the house but they won’t release who he is or what they think happened. All the unknowns combined with this Saturday morning’s hectic scene … Continue reading »

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