Scholarship Season for College Students

EUGENE, Ore. — It’s crunch time for college scholarship applications and experts are encouraging students to apply. Students who’ve applied for scholarships say the process is tedious but if it means helping with college debt, they say it’s worth it. Jackie Bryson at LCC teaches scholarship workshops and helps students with the process. She says … Continue reading »

Oregon Truffle Festival

EUGENE Ore. — You don’t have to go to France to search for the world’s best truffles – the Willamette Valley will do just fine. This weekend the Oregon Truffle Festival is showcasing the flavors of some of those locally grown truffles at the Downtown Eugene Hilton. Organizers say despite the long history of truffle … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Duck Baseball 2014 Media Day

Oregon head coach George Horton: Oregon pitcher Jake Reed: Oregon second baseman Aaron Payne: Oregon pitcher Tommy Thorpe: Oregon pitcher Darrell Hunter: Oregon outfielder Tyler Baumgartner:

Web Extra: Altman, Young, Dotson

Oregon head coach Dana Altman: Oregon guard Joseph Young: Oregon guard Damyean Dotson:

SSE: Civil War 1-on-1 with Robinson

After Oregon State’s 80-72 win over Oregon in the 340th Civil War, Beavers head coach Craig Robinson goes one-on-one with our Stephen Nelson for Sunday Sports Extra. Robinson discusses OSU’s win, his vets stepping up, and more.

Beavers Down Ducks in 340th Civil War

Oregon State head coach Craig Robinson: Oregon head coach Dana Altman: Oregon State’s Roberto Nelson, Angus Brandt and Eric Moreland: Oregon guard Johnathan Loyd: Courtesy: OSU Athletics CORVALLIS, Ore.– Roberto Nelson scored a game-high 22 points and Eric Moreland added a double-double with 15 points and 13 rebounds as Oregon State took down Oregon, 80-72, … Continue reading »

Decreased Funds for Springfield Projects

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — The City of Springfield is not receiving its usual federal allotment for housing and community development projects this year, so city leaders are accepting new proposals for projects benefiting low and middle-income people. The projects could be a housing project, neighborhood park or activities that help people in need. Due to these … Continue reading »

Interview: Oregon Artists Exhibit

EUGENE, Ore. — The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art is showcasing a new exhibit. It opens Saturday. It’s called “We Tell Ourselves Stories in Order to Live.” Debbie Williamson-Smith with the museum joined us live in the studio for KEZI 9 News This Morning to tell us all about the new exhibit. It will be … Continue reading »

Alleged DUII Leads to Fire House Damage

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Springfield Police say an alleged drunk driver crashed into the fire station at 28th and Centennial Wednesday night causing extensive damage. Police say 29-year-old Shanda Cline was speeding on Centennial, just before 11:30, when she lost control of her car. Cline reportedly smashed into a dumpster then went through a fence and … Continue reading »

Interview: Duck Tank Competition

EUGENE, Ore. — A spin-off of the show Shark Tank, called the Duck Tank, is happening Thursday at the University of Oregon. The competition focuses on digital creativity as four student teams square off in the competition for $15, 000 in prizes. Jason Germany and Ken Kato, faculty coaches for the competition, joined us live … Continue reading »

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