Officials Urge Tobacco Ban in Pharmacies

EUGENE, Ore. — Major retailers are getting the pressure to pull tobacco products off shelves and it could affect some right here in town. The Oregon Attorney General, Ellen Rosenblum, has joined more than two dozen attorneys general in the effort. They’re urging five of the country’s biggest pharmacy retailers to quit selling tobacco products. … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Ducks Talk NCAA Indoors Sweep

Oregon head coach Robert Johnson: Oregon runner Laura Roesler: Oregon runner Parker Stinson:

Fans Pick Ducks’ Future in Tournament

EUGENE, Ore. — The Oregon Ducks are set to play BYU in the NCAA tournament Thursday; but before fans shift their focus to the game, they’re putting their efforts into bracketology. Duck fans say they’re confident in their team, picking them to advance to at least the Sweet 16. They’re confidence carries over to their … Continue reading »

Bill Aids Kids in Military Families

SALEM, Ore. — A new measure could bring some relief to kids in military families who have to move every few years. Oregon lawmakers say moving around so often brings challenges to the kids, relating to school enrollment and graduating on time. A bill passed in early March creates certain rules to make sure those … Continue reading »

Leaders to Discuss Rail Travel

EUGENE, Ore. — Changes are on the horizon that will shape the direction of passenger rail in Oregon and the city of Eugene wants the community involved. As the city’s population grows, leaders want to give people more options to get around. Not just in town, but around the state. A change that is already … Continue reading »

Ducks Down Devils, Win Sixth Straight

Oregon head coach Dana Altman: Oregon guard Damyean Dotson, forwards Mike Moser and Waverly Austin: EUGENE, Ore.– Mike Moser had his third straight double-double with 22 points and 17 rebounds to lead Oregon to its sixth straight win, beating Arizona State 85-78 at Matthew Knight Arena. Waverly Austin had his best game of the season, … Continue reading »

Pro Rugby Player Gives Kids Pointers

EUGENE, Ore. — A pro rugby player was in Eugene Saturday to give kids some pointers in a sport that’s making its first ever appearance at the 2016 games. A local organization, Schools Sevens Rugby, hosted a free clinic Saturday for kids. They were able to learn from Troy Hall, a professional rugby player, along … Continue reading »

Web Extra: 8-0 Ducks Prep for Fullerton

Oregon head coach George Horton: Oregon infielder Mitchell Tolman: Oregon second baseman Aaron Payne: Oregon pitcher Trent Paddon:

Vaccination Opt Out Guidelines Changing

EUGENE, Ore. — Oregon parents who choose to opt out of vaccinating their kids will have to follow some new guidelines before getting the exemption. Legislation that passed in July goes into effect March 1. It’ll require any parents who want to opt out of vaccinating their kids to get a note signed by a … Continue reading »

SSE: 1-on-1 with New Duck DC Don Pellum

New Oregon defensive coordinator Don Pellum sits down for a one-on-one conversation with KEZI 9 News Sports Director Jake Zivin to discuss his new role. How different will the Ducks look under Pellum than they did under Nick Aliotti? What do backpacks have to do with Pellum’s philosophy? The longtime Oregon assistant discusses those things … Continue reading »

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