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  • Man Sentenced for Robbery, Shooting

    EUGENE, Ore. — A judge handed down a sentence for a man found guilty of robbery and a shooting at a medical marijuana grow operation in the Bethel area. Matthew William Dean Ogletree, 24, will spend 15 years for the 2011 incident. Investigators were able to tie him to the crime using DNA evidence found … Continue reading »

  • Fugitive Captured in Lane County

    DEADWOOD, Ore. — After hiding in Lane County for more than 20 years, a fugitive from New York has been caught. The Lane County Sheriff’s Office arrested John Franklin Forbis, 72, Thursday at his home in Deadwood. There was a warrant out for his arrest after being caught with more than 800 pounds of drugs. … Continue reading »

  • Fire Damages Lebanon House

    LEBANON, Ore. — It’ll be a long cleanup for a Lebanon family, after a fire heavily damaged their home. The first call was just after 10 a.m. Thursday in the 1400 block of Hiatt Street. When crews showed up, flames were coming from the home. Damage is estimated at $45,000. While there’s still no cause, … Continue reading »

  • Burglar Wakes Woman in Bed

    EUGENE, Ore. — A Eugene woman woke up Friday morning to a burglar climbing into her bed and touching her. It happened at about 5:48 a.m. Friday at a home on Kinsrow Avenue. Police say the woman screamed and the suspect fled with some cash. Officers searched the area but were unable to find the … Continue reading »

  • Court Upholds McAnulty Death Sentence

    PORTLAND, Ore. — The Oregon Supreme Court is upholding the death sentence of a Eugene woman who tortured and killed her 15-year-old daughter Jeanette Maples. Angela McAnulty pleaded guilty to aggravated murder the day her trial was set to begin in 2011. She’s the only woman on Oregon’s death row. The high court said a … Continue reading »

  • Showers and Possible Thunder Storms

    Meteorologist Melissa Frey’s Forecast Discussion: Happy Halloween! The early commute was a bit spooky this morning as heavy rain moved through western Oregon early. By 6 a.m. most spots in the Valley and along the Coast had already seen nearly an inch of rain and the Cascade passes have picked up over an inch. The … Continue reading »

  • OSU Celebrates Homecoming Weekend

    CORVALLIS, Ore. — Beaver Believers have a billion reasons to show their school spirit this weekend for homecoming: Oregon State University is celebrating its billion dollar campaign – a fundraising goal mark OSU met earlier this year. Across campus, colleges are showcasing their achievements thanks to the $1 billion fundraising dollars supporting research, scholarships, fellowships, … Continue reading »

  • Rain Won’t Ruin Trick-Or-Treat

    Chief Meteorologist¬†Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion: ¬† The cold front continues to move SLOWLY approaching the coast tonight and there’s plenty of rain heading in with it. Rainfall totals have topped a third or more inland with sections of the coast at a half an inch. The rain will be steady through the first few … Continue reading »

  • Web Extra: Helfrich, Mariota on Stanford

    EUGENE, Oregon – Oregon head football coach Mark Helfrich and quarterback Marcus Helfrich talk about Stanford, Mariota’s birthday and what they would like Scott Frost’s next haircut to look like. Head football coach Mark Helfrich: Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota:

  • Uber Controversy Continues

    EUGENE, Ore. — The city of Eugene is telling the popular smart phone app Uber to hit the brakes and stop operating until the company meets a list of regulations, but the ride-sharing company says it’ll continue operating until rules change. The city says it will fine Uber drivers for operating in Eugene. But we … Continue reading »

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