Groups React to Supreme Court Ruling

EUGENE, Ore. — Privately held companies with religious objections, like Hobby Lobby, cannot be forced to offer certain types of birth control coverage under President Obama’s health care law. In a 5-to-4 decision Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that some for-profit corporations have religious rights. The high court considered appeals from the arts-and-crafts giant … Continue reading »

Sea Creatures Wash Up On Waldport Beach

WALDPORT, Ore. —  The beaches in Waldport have a purple hue this week, after millions of jellyfish-looking creatures washed up on the shores this weekend. Millions of Velella velella are scattered across several miles of beaches. “They look just like jellyfish,” said Cameron Rauenhorst, Park Naturalist for Oregon State Parks at the Historic Alsea Bay … Continue reading »

Jenny Gamez Identified as Murder Victim

WALWORTH COUNTY, Wisc. — Investigators have officially linked a missing Oakridge woman to a double murder case in Wisconsin. Her identity was revealed during a news conference in Walworth County, Wisconsin Monday. Through the use of dental records, investigators announced they officially identified the second body found in a suitcase earlier this month as 21-year-old … Continue reading »

Oregon Ranks #1 For Summer Road Trips

Oregon is ranked the best state for summer road trips. The social media network WalletHub looked at 21 different categories to find out which states offer the most enjoyment and the least damage to your wallet. Oregon came in first for its driving laws, third for its scenic byways and seventh for its number of … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Dixon, Dickson and Barner

Former Oregon quarterback Dennis Dixon: Former Oregon tight end Ed Dickson: Former Oregon running back Kenjon Barner:

Web Extra: Duck Men Win National Title

Oregon head coach Robert Johnson: Oregon sprinter Devon Allen: Oregon runner Mac Fleet: Oregon thrower Sam Crouser: Oregon runner Sam Prakel: Oregon runner Laura Roesler:

Duck Men End Outdoor Title Drought

EUGENE, Ore.– For the first time since 1984, the Men of Oregon are NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Champions. The ducks had a 25-point lead over Florida entering the final day of competition, and cruised to victory with the help of three individual national champions. Senior runner Mac Fleet outkicked Arizona’s Lawi Lalang to win … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Day 2 at NCAA Championship

Devon Allen talks about the Oregon Men’s 4X400 semifinal relay before the protest and resolution came down Thursday: Mike Berry talks after the men’s relay on Thursday. His remarks came before ASU’s protest and resolution: We caught up with Arthur Delaney after he ran the men’s 4X400 semifinal relay Thursday. His comments came before ASU’s … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Coaches Talk 2014 Outdoors

2014 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships Coaches Press Conference: Florida’s Mike Holloway, Oregon’s Robert Johnson, Texas’ Mario Sategna and Texas A&M’s Pat Henry held a press conference on the eve of the 2014 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships at Hayward Field. This is a condensed version of the presser.

$10M Donation for Softball Stadium

EUGENE, Ore. — The Oregon softball team will get $10 million toward building a new softball stadium. Athletic Director Rob Mullens announced the news over the weekend. The donor is Robert Sanders, a University of Oregon alum. The current facility, Howe Field, was built in 1936. While historic, it’s old and rundown and includes seats … Continue reading »

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