First Wintry Blast Causes Slick Roads

EUGENE, Ore. — An early taste of winter has proven deadly in Oregon. Roads in Portland and further east remain snow covered, with more ice on the way. In the southern Willamette Valley which is too warm for snow, those rain gauges are full and the roadways are tricky to navigate. Drivers are dealing with … Continue reading »

Woman Creates Felting Fashion

EUGENE, Ore. — Bubble wrap, wool, soap, nylons and a swimming pool noodle; What can you make with those items? A Eugene fiber designer created felting fashion and her creations are hitting the runway at Portland Fashion Week. At lightning speed, Tylar Merrill can transform fabric into fashion. She’s been sewing since she was about … Continue reading »

Run Or Dye Event Cancelled

EUGENE, Ore. — A big race fails to take place on Saturday in Eugene. Those registered for the first Run or Dye event in the area were just notified about two weeks ago that organizers were forced to cancel and the reason behind why is still unclear. Several people registered for the event contacted KEZI … Continue reading »

2 Dead in School Shooting

Click on the video above to watch the latest press conference. Troutdale, Ore. (CNN) — A student is dead, as well as the suspect, in a shooting that happened at a high school in Troutdale, Oregon. The shooting happened about 8:00 a.m. Tuesday at Reynolds High School, about 12 miles east of Portland. Officials with … Continue reading »

Interview: Mascots for a Cure

EUGENE, Ore. — How many mascots will it take to set a new world record for the largest gathering of mascots in one spot? A local nonprofit is now recruiting as many as they can get. It’s called Mascots for a Cure. Organizer Derek Zinser joined us live in the studio for KEZI 9 News … Continue reading »

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 »

Beavers Make It 21 Straight Over Pilots

Oregon State head coach Pat Casey: Oregon State outfielder Michael Conforto: Oregon State outfielder Dylan Davis: Courtesy: OSU Sports Information KEIZER, Ore.– Dylan Davis’s seventh-inning grand slam broke a 2-2 tie and No. 2-ranked Oregon State defeated Portland 8-4 on Tuesday before a sellout crowd of 4,226 at Volcanoes Stadium. Davis powered a 3-2 curveball … Continue reading »

K-9 Officer Memorial

HILLSBORO, Ore. — Hundreds turned out Monday for a memorial service to honor a Portland K-9 officer killed in the line of duty. Police officers and their canines from all around the country and even Canada showed up for Monday’s service. “To the community at large, words cannot express the amount of gratitude I have … Continue reading »

Gov. Kitzhaber Saves Woman

PORTLAND, Ore. — Oregon’s governor put his medical skills to the test to help save a woman’s life, Monday. Portland Fire says the woman stopped breathing after overdosing on drugs. She was near death, until Governor John Kitzhaber came to her rescue. Before getting into politics, the governor was an ER doctor in Roseburg. This … 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 »

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