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  • Beavers Crushed by the Cardinal 38-14

    Courtesy: Oregon State Athletics Stanford, Calif. – Quarterback Sean Mannion moved closer to the Pacific-12 Conference’s career passing yardage record on Saturday but the Beavers fell 38-14 to Stanford at Stanford Stadium. Mannion completed 14 of 30 passes for 122 yards and remained in second place with 12,134 yards. He needs 194 more yards to … Continue reading »

  • Tree Falls on Car, Woman Injured

    DOUGLAS COUNTY, Ore. — Police say a 40-foot pine tree blew onto the hood of a car on Highway 230 in southeast Douglas County Saturday morning. The Grants Pass woman driving the car lost control and struck another pine tree off the highway. Kristen Daniels, 42, went to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

  • Hundreds Walk for Suicide Prevention

    EUGENE, Ore. — Hundreds are bringing awareness to suicide on Saturday by walking as part of a campaign put on by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. The “Out of the Darkness” walk in Eugene included friends and family who have lost someone to suicide, and also those who just wanted to show support for others. … Continue reading »

  • Highway 126 Open After Man Surrenders

    UPDATE: Highway 126 is back open after it was closed for hours Saturday afternoon while Springfield police negotiated with a suicidal subject. Police say the 26-year-old man was sitting on the protective fencing on the Mohawk overpass and threatening to jump. After three hours of negotiation, the man surrender to officers. He was taken to … Continue reading »

  • Wind Storm Causes Downed Trees, Outages

    EUGENE, Ore. — Saturday’s wind storm is keeping utility crews busy across western Oregon. EWEB is responding to multiple outages in Eugene and the McKenzie River Valley. Crews say most of the outages are in the Thurston, Hayden Bridge and Walterville areas with many other scattered spots in their service area as well. About 1,600 … Continue reading »

  • High Wind Warnings Issued

    Twitter Facebook  Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: Showers move across the area early Saturday morning. It’s all a part of  a storm centered just offshore. The low will continue to move to the north-northeast. There is a slight chance for lightning in the coastal waters and along the coast because of the proximity to the center … Continue reading »

  • Web Extra: Ducks After Beating Cal

    SANTA CLARA, California — #6 Oregon beat California 59-41 on Friday, October 24 in the first college football game ever at Levi’s Stadium. After the game, the Ducks spoke to the media about beating the Bears: Note: More interviews will be posted as they become available. Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich: Oregon offensive coordinator Scott … Continue reading »

  • Mariota Makes History, Ducks Roll Cal

    SANTA CLARA, Calif — Marcus Mariota threw for five touchdown passes and became Oregon’s all-time career passing leader as the sixth-ranked Ducks rolled California 59-41 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara. Both the Ducks & the Golden Bears explosive offenses traded touchdowns early in the game, but the Ducks scored 24 points in the second … Continue reading »

  • Friday Night Blitz – October 24

    EUGENE — On the October 24th, 2014 edition of the Friday Night Blitz, highlights include Willamette at Sheldon, South Eugene at Grants Pass, Springfield at Crater, Ashland at Marist, and six other games.

  • OSU #1 For Sexual Health

    CORVALLIS, Ore. —  Oregon State University is ranked first in the country when it comes to sexual health on campus, according to an annual report card released by Trojan Condoms. Every year, campuses around the nation release information to Trojan about what their programs are doing to promote healthy behaviors. The company then rates universities … Continue reading »

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