Ceo, Ducks Take Game 1 of Super Regional

Oregon head coach Mike White, Courtney Ceo and Cheridan Hawkins: EUGENE, Ore.– Oregon head coach Mike White, infielder Courtney Ceo and pitcher Cheridan Hawkins talk to the media after the Ducks run-ruled Minnesota, 10-2 in six innings to claim game one of their Super Regional series.

Boil Water Order Issued For Portland

PORTLAND, Ore. (CNN) — A boil water order has been issued for the city of Portland. The presence of total Coliform and E-coli was found in three samples of routine drinking water. The Tri-County Health Department said it’s monitoring the water. “In the public health department and throughout the state, we monitor for bacterial diarrheal … Continue reading »

UO Flies By Badgers, Into Regional Final

EUGENE, Ore.– Oregon scored five runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to break a 1-1 tie en route to a 6-1 victory in game two of the Eugene Regional. The win helped the Ducks advance to the Regional championship game on Saturday at 1 p.m.¬†at Howe Field. Oregon loaded the bases with one … Continue reading »

A Look at the Death Penalty in Oregon

EUGENE, Ore. — A man now convicted of two murders — sentenced to death for his crimes. While David Ray Taylor has been sentenced to death — he may never be executed. That’s because Gov. John Kitzhaber has put a halt to executions in the state of Oregon. In 2011 Gov. Kitzhaber announced no lethal … Continue reading »

Same-Sex Marriage Case Back in Court

EUGENE, Ore. — A federal judge could decide whether or not to allow an anti-gay group to defend Oregon’s ban on gay marriage, Wednesday. Judge Michael McShane will hear arguments from the National Organization for Marriage at the federal courthouse in Eugene. The group will ask the judge to let them defend the voter-approved ban … Continue reading »

Duck Softball Readies for 2014 Regional

Oregon head coach Mike White: Oregon outfielder Janie Takeda: Oregon pitcher Cheridan Hawkins:

Landslide Closes Stagecoach Rd

SWISSHOME, Ore. — A stretch of roadway in Swisshome will be closed to drivers for the next few days, as crews work to clear debris from a landslide. Officials say the landslide caused multiple large rocks, trees and power lines to crash down. The debris was blocking Stagecoach Rd. near milepost 9.5. The road will … Continue reading »

Students Rally at UO

EUGENE, Ore. — Dozens of students rallied on the University of Oregon campus Friday, something they vowed to do Thursday during their rally. This time, they were joined by UO school leaders and faculty who addressed the crowds. “Our community is not safe. Communities across the country are not safe. I have the same view … Continue reading »

UO Responds to Rape Allegations

EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon held a press conference Friday morning at the Ford Alumni Center, it’s the first time administrators spoke publicly about the alleged rape case, since the news broke earlier in the week. The press conference was brief, about 30 minutes. While the UO president provided some insight, questions still … Continue reading »

State Picks Up AP Test Fees

EUGENE, Ore. — Oregon is lending a helping hand to students who can’t afford to take advanced placement tests. Low-income students can take AP tests for a discounted price, thanks to a federal grant. With new funding the state legislature approved last year, those students will be able to take the $89 tests for free. … Continue reading »

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