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  • Web Extra: Gary Andersen One-on-One

    CORVALLIS, Ore.–Oregon State’s new head coach Gary Andersen sat down with KEZI 9 Sports reporter Kristen Rodgers to discuss his transition from Badger to Beaver, why he left Wisconsin, his relationship with UW Athletic Director Barry Alvarez, his “aggressive” coaching philosophy, his defensive mindset and how a dual-threat quarterback would fit in at Oregon State.

  • Suspects Pose as Bell Ringers

    CORVALLIS, Ore. — If you’re giving money to Salvation Army bell ringers, Corvallis Police are warning you to be careful. That comes after the Safeway store on NE Circle Boulevard in Corvallis recently reported someone posing to be a bell ringer and collecting money. Corvallis police say they believe the crimes are also happening in … Continue reading »

  • Police Search for Kidnap Suspect

    EUGENE, Ore. — Eugene Police say around 6:40 p.m. Saturday, a 35-year-old woman reported she was headed to her car at the WalMart on 1040 Green Acres Road when an unknown male forced her to get into her car. She drove out to Sears Road and East Cloverdale, where she says the suspect went through … Continue reading »

  • Junction City Jail Inmate Escapes

    EUGENE, Ore. — Police say on Sunday around 3:30 p.m. an inmate in the custody of Junction City Municipal Jail escaped from custody while being treated for a medical condition at the Eugene Urgent Care clinic at 1800 Coburg Road in Eugene. The inmate’s name is Katherine May Berg, born October 8, 1981.  She is … Continue reading »

  • Lightening Strike Sends 11 to Hospital

    (CNN) — A lightening bolt struck outside a crowded football stadium Sunday. Police say 11 people had a to be hospitalized. It happened in Tampa after the Bucs-Packers game. Fire officials say a bolt of lightening hit a spot in the lot where fans stood. Witnesses say after the strike, victims immediately fell to the … Continue reading »

  • Light Showers Continue Monday

    Twitter Facebook Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: Rain showers continue through early Tuesday morning. The heaviest rain will be in the Coast Range and Cascade Range. Additional rainfall will be around 0.25-0.5 inches. A Flood Watch remains in effect until 4 p.m. A Flood Warning remains in effect for the Mary’s River at Philomath, the Siuslaw River at Mapleton, and … Continue reading »

  • Shine a Light: Sex Trafficking Awareness

    ASHLAND, Ore. — A group of activists in Ashland is raising awareness to help victims of sexual exploitation. About 180 people attended shine a light into sex trafficking event on Sunday night. Participants met at SOU’s main gym for a mass yoga session by candlelight to bring awareness to the commercial sex industry. Each person raised or … Continue reading »

  • Highway 126 Closure Impacts Drivers

    CUSHMAN, Ore. — Travelers heading to Florence Sunday afternoon had to wait a few hours to get through a flooded portion of Highway 126. Florence resident Neil Karp says the closure on Highway 126 Sunday afternoon wasn’t the first road closure he had to deal with this weekend. Saturday the Highway 101 closure delayed his … Continue reading »

  • Siuslaw River Floods Homes In Mapleton

    MAPLETON, Ore.– Dozens of homes in Mapleton are under water Sunday night after the Siuslaw River crested Sunday morning after the Siuslaw River crested Sunday morning. People living here in Mapleton along the Siuslaw River say while flooding is not uncommon in this area, they had to prepare pretty quickly for this flood. Roads are … Continue reading »

  • Philomath Roads Flooded

    PHILOMATH, Ore. — Flooding in Philomath is forcing drivers to re-route as they try to get around. Residents say they’re cautious but not concerned. “This is the first place it floods from the Mary’s River,” said Beverly Lonsway, a Philomath resident. It didn’t take long for Chapel Drive to flood right in front of Lonsway’s … Continue reading »

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