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  • Drywell Elimination Program

    EUGENE, Ore. — The City of Eugene says preparations for storms start earlier than the public may realize. In 2012, the city began a Drywell Elimination Program. Drywells have historically been used in areas that don’t have a connected storm water drainage system. The water goes into these underground storage and infiltration structures during a … Continue reading »

  • Cabela’s Honors Domestic Violence Victim

    EUGENE, Ore. — Cabela’s is taking a stand against domestic violence. The outdoor outfitter is hosting Hunting for Home, Fishing for Families dinner and auction in Casey Wright’s memory on Saturday, Oct. 25. All proceeds will benefit Womenspace. Casey Wright, 26, died November 2o13–the victim of domestic violence. Her former boyfriend, Robert Cromwell is now … Continue reading »

  • Baby Bear Cub in Ashland Pharmacy

    ASHLAND, Ore. — Some Ashland Rite Aid customers saw a rare site when they went to the store on Sunday.  A 1-month-old, 13-pound bear cub wandered into the store in the afternoon. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife said the cub likely got separated from its mother and is comfortable enough with humans that … Continue reading »

  • Web Extra: Pellum and Duck Defenders

    Oregon defensive coordinator Don Pellum: Oregon cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu: Oregon safety Erick Dargan: Oregon outside linebacker Tony Washington:

  • 40% of Web Users Have Been Harassed

    (CNN) — New research is giving a detailed look at abusive behavior on the Web. Seventy-three percent of adult Internet users have witnessed someone be harassed online, and 40 percent have personally experienced it. That’s according to a new survey by the Pew Research Center. The group used responses from more than 2,800 Web users. … Continue reading »

  • Social Security Benefits to Increase

    (CNN) — Social Security checks will go up by 1.7 percent next year. That equals about $22 more each month, according to the Social Security Administration. In 2015, the average retired worker will receive $15,936 a year. The modest increase is tied to the latest consumer price index, the government’s main inflation measure. It showed … Continue reading »

  • Qualified Craft Worker Shortage

    Oregon – A new survey found that 83 percent of construction firms in the state are having trouble finding qualified craft workers. The survey conducted by the Associated General Contractors of America also found 61 percent of firms are having a hard time filling professional positions, including project supervisors, estimators and engineers. A construction economist … Continue reading »

  • Wanted Man Arrested Following Search

    SALEM, Ore. — Oregon State Police and Salem Police arrested a wanted 21-year-old man after he fled a traffic stop Wednesday morning. OSP says around 2:36 a.m. it received a call about a driving complaint on Interstate 5. A trooper stopped the car around 2:50 a.m. on the off-ramp to Market Street. The car’s passenger … Continue reading »

  • High Winds and Heavy Rain Hits Oregon

    Meteorologist Melissa Frey’s Forecast Discussion: A one two punch is hitting western Oregon today as a cold front moves east across the region. The first impacts from this storm will be along the coast where winds are picking up. The National Weather Service issued a High Wind Warning for the central and northern Oregon Coasts which … Continue reading »

  • Public Provides Boost for Sick Leave Law

    EUGENE, Ore. — The city of Eugene got a bit of guidance as it drafted rules for its new mandatory sick leave law. The city invited the community for a public discussion Tuesday night regarding the creation of administrative rules for the law that goes into effect next summer. Some of the suggestions from the … Continue reading »

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