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 »

Civil War Bounce-Back: Ducks Sweep Zona

Oregon head coach George Horton: Oregon catcher Shaun Chase: Oregon third baseman Mitchell Tolman: Oregon pitcher Brando Tessar: EUGENE, Ore.– One week after getting swept by Oregon State in the Civil War, the Duck baseball team showed its resiliency once again by completing a sweep of Arizona at PK Park. Shaun Chase hit a grand … Continue reading »

ODFW Helps Families Unplug & Fish

EUGENE, Ore. — Families looking to enjoy the great outdoors got a little help from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Sunday. The ODFW holds free family fishing events all over the state, and each year there are two at the Canoe Canal in Alton Baker park. They provide fishing poles and bate, and … Continue reading »

4th of July Raffle Kicks Off

EUGENE, Ore. — Oregonians have the chance to win $1 million. More than 100 locations in Eugene will sell tickets for the 4th of July Raffle. They’re $10 each, and your odds of winning the big prize is the best of any Oregon lottery game. Only 250,000 tickets will be sold. Even if you don’t … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Horton, Baumgartner (4/30/14)

Oregon head coach George Horton: Oregon outfielder Tyler Baumgartner:

ODFW Reworks Budget

EUGENE, Ore. — The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife says a way of life in the state is declining, forcing it to rework its budget. ODFW says with fewer Oregonians fishing and hunting, there is less money to pay for wildlife management and conservation. The department has to look at how it pays for … Continue reading »

Drive-By Shooting Under Investigation

WHITE CITY, Ore. – The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office is investigating that shooting, which occurred on the 3000 block of Avenue H in White City on Saturday night. Residents nearby describe hearing 10-15 shots fired from a slow moving vehicle. While the shooting came as a shock, residents say it isn’t exactly a first. “This is … Continue reading »

Voter Registration Deadline Tuesday

EUGENE, Ore. – Voters have one more day to register for the primary elections. The primaries are on May 20, but the registration deadline is Tuesday, April 29. Residents have until 4 p.m. to submit a paper form to the Lane County Elections Board. Voters can also submit the form online at oregonvotes.org by midnight … Continue reading »

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