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  • Dry Tomorrow, Rain For Christmas Eve

    Chief Meteorologist¬†Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion: ¬† Nice to get a dry day in our forecast for Tuesday because there’s more rain and mountain snow in the forecast for Christmas Eve and Day. Tonight, some breaks in the clouds will let the fog form late tonight but lows will still hold in the mid 40s … Continue reading »

  • Flood Forces Family Out of Home

    FALL CREEK, Ore. — In Fall Creek, families are being forced out of their homes due to flooding just outside the Jasper-Lowell area. Those residents are keeping a positive attitude about the situation, despite the deep waters on their property. Little Fall Creek caused big problems for Dennis and Becky Love, as it poured over … Continue reading »

  • Santa Delivers Gifts to Local Families

    EUGENE, Ore. — Santa made a special stop at a low-income housing complex in Eugene Monday, delivering toys and goodies to children and families in need. He arrived at the Stellar Apartments on a big fire truck. He had toys for the kids and food boxes for the families, that included a ham and all … Continue reading »

  • Library’s Bed Bug Situation Resolved

    EUGENE, Ore. — The bed bug situation at the downtown Eugene Library has been resolved, library officials said Monday. On Friday, crews removed eight chairs to be cleaned after a patron found a bed bug on a chair on the third floor. Trained beagles from Portland were brought down over the weekend to search for … Continue reading »

  • Junction City Inmate Escapes

    EUGENE, Ore. — The search continues for an inmate from Junction City who escaped over the weekend in Eugene. An officer took 33-year-old Katherine Berg to the Eugene Urgent Care Clinic on Coburg Road Sunday afternoon. Staff couldn’t tell us what she was being treated for, but they say an officer did not accompany her … Continue reading »

  • Search Continues for Kidnapping Suspect

    EUGENE, Ore. — Eugene police are still investigating a kidnapping from Saturday night in a Walmart shopping plaza. The Walmart off of Green Acres Road where investigators say the kidnapping happened. Shoppers were shocked by the news and hope that police officers are able to catch the person involved. Police say that the woman was … Continue reading »

  • Free Sand Available to Prevent Flood

    CORVALLIS, Ore. — Residents in Corvallis can pick up some free sand to keep the floodwater out of their homes. You just need a shovel. Public Works says with the rising river levels, the city’s drainage system is slower. Residents say they appreciate having the sand available. “It does add peace of mind. I think … Continue reading »

  • Willamette River Floods in Corvallis

    CORVALLIS, Ore. — The Willamette River rose about 10 feet during the weekend in Corvallis. At Willamette Park in south Corvallis, the parking lot is completely flooded, and the water is spilling into the park. Earlier Monday, the water completely covered the boat ramp. Paths throughout the park were also hidden under the river. Dozens … Continue reading »

  • Lane County November Unemployment 6.9%

    EUGENE, Ore. — Lane County’s unemployment rate increased last month. The rate went up to 6.9 percent in November compared to 6.8 percent in October. It’s still below the statewide rate of 7 percent. Benton County’s was 5.5 percent, Coos County’s was 8.9 percent, Douglas County’s was 9.7 percent, and Linn County’s was 8.5 percent. … Continue reading »

  • Consumer Reports: Long-lasting AAs

    When you’re making up your holiday checklist, there’s one item you don’t want to leave out–batteries. Double As are the most popular size. Consumer Reports ShopSmart Magazine sifted through test results, to find out which will keep you all powered up for less. Want to shine this holiday season? Keep their electronics up and running … Continue reading »

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