Friends and Family Remember Tammy Borda

COTTAGE GROVE, Ore. — Friends and family of Tammy Borda are remembering her Saturday in Cottage Grove. Tammy Borda was allegedly murdered by her ex-boyfriend in December. It was an emotional day for those that knew Tammy. Friends and family of all ages were present at the memorial service and they say they still can’t … Continue reading »

Police Investigate Crash on Lorane Hwy

EUGENE, Ore. — Oregon State Police are investigating a crash on Lorane Hwy. in Eugene. They say a car flew off the highway into the forest just after 3:30 a.m. Police say multiple people were in the car, but there was no word on if there are any injuries.

Christmas Tree Fire Demonstration

EUGENE, Ore. — There’s nothing like the fresh smell of a Christmas tree lasting until New Year’s Day, but the longer it stays up, the greater the fire hazard if the tree dries up. From 2008 to 2012, Oregon experienced 107 fires related to Christmas trees and decorations and one death. It resulted in more … Continue reading »

Postal Workers to Stage Sit-In

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — The U.S. Postal Service is planning to shut down mail sorting centers around the state, and one of them is in Springfield. On Monday, protesters will rally to try to save it. Postal workers both employed and retired, activists and elected leaders from all over Western Oregon will stage a rally and … Continue reading »

10 Detained After Standoff

GLENWOOD, Ore. — Armored military vehicles swarmed a parking lot in Glenwood Sunday in a standoff situation that lasted several hours. Police say it all stemmed from a 911 call about a dispute at 4:30 p.m. Sunday morning. Investigators responded to a report of an attempted assault and illegal use of guns at an apartment … Continue reading »

Police Standoff in Glenwood

GLENWOOD, Ore. – Lane County Sheriff’s deputies were forced to use less-than-lethal force this morning to break up a tense standoff. Deputies responded to a 9-1-1 cal at 4:35 a.m. reporting a dispute on the 4500 block of Franklin in the Glenwood Area. Initial investigations suggested that an attempted assault and a gun crime had … Continue reading »

Heating Bills on the Rise

EUGENE, Ore. — Lower temperatures in the Willamette Valley mean higher heating bills. Wednesday marks the tenth day it’s been freezing overnight. Emerald People’s Utility District says the average monthly consumption during winter, for an all-electric house, is about 18,000 kilowatt hours. That comes out to about $225 per month. On Monday, Eugene saw overnight … Continue reading »

Fire Burns Mobile Home

EUGENE, Ore. — A fire burned through a mobile home in Eugene late Monday night. Fire crews responded to the fire around 10 p.m. at the Shamrock Village RV Park on Franklin Boulevard. The fire was burning throughout the mobile home when crews arrived, but they were able to put out the flames quickly. Those … Continue reading »

Update: Officer-Involved Shooting

HALSEY, Ore. — Officials are investigating an officer-involved shooting. It happened Thursday night on I-5 near Halsey in Linn County. Police say the shooting involved Salem police detective Angus “Scott” Emmons. At about 7:50 p.m. Thursday, the detective and another investigator were traveling southbound on I-5 south of Albany on their way to an assignment … Continue reading »

Toys for Tots Drive Kicks Off

EUGENE, Ore. — You can make a child’s wish come true this holiday season. KEZI 9 News kicks off its Toys for Tots campaign with an all-day drive with the U.S. Marine Corps on Tuesday. Thousands of children in Lane County are at risk of going without a toy during the holidays. You can change … Continue reading »

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