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  • Hackers Steal $100M of Software

    (CNN) — Four men have been arrested for hacking and stealing over $100 million of software from the U.S. military and Microsoft. The four men, aged 18 to 28, stole training software for Apache helicopter pilots, as well as technical code for the Xbox One and several of its games. Federal investigators have already seized … Continue reading »

  • Crews Responding to Reported Explosion

    EUGENE, Ore. — Emergency crews are responding to a chemical explosion at Thermo Fisher Scientific on Willow Creek Road in west Eugene. HazMat crews are investigating the situation. The explosion happened around 10 a.m. Wednesday. It released two chemicals–methyl iodide and picoline. Both are non-toxic, but two people were exposed to the chemicals. So far one … Continue reading »

  • OSP Investigates Commercial Truck Crash

    MILL CITY, Ore. – Oregon State Police is continuing its investigation into a commercial truck crash on Highway 22 Wednesday. Troopers say the crash happened around 3 a.m. A commercial truck, transporting a 70,000 pound condenser, was traveling downhill when the rear car started to swerve and lost control. The vehicle and load rolled onto … Continue reading »

  • Pedestrian Red Light Installed in Eugene

    EUGENE, Ore. — A new traffic signal on 30th Avenue near University Street was turned on Wednesday. The signal is designed to increase safety for the hundreds of school children, transit users and others who cross the street every day. The pedestrian-activated signal is the first of its kind in Eugene. Here’s how the crossing … Continue reading »

  • First Ebola Case Diagnosed in U.S.

    (CNN) — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the first patient to be diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S. is being treated in Dallas, Texas. “The bottom line here is I have no doubt that we will control this importation or this case of Ebola so that it does not spread widely in … Continue reading »

  • Dry First Week of October

    Meteorologist Melissa Frey’s Forecast Discussion: Low pressure is on its way out and high pressure is moving in! Clear skies last night allowed fog to form in the Willamette Valley and along parts of the Coast. It was a chilly start as well, with temperatures dropping to the upper 40s. The fog will break midday … Continue reading »

  • Deer Crash Wedding, Stay for Pics

    STOCKTON, New Jersey — A newlywed couple is getting a lot of attention for their “Deerly Beloved” wedding pictures. Lauren Ruff and Erick Fix wed on September 20th. During dinner their photographer, Ian Christmann, noticed a herd of deer had wandered to the edge of the nearby woods. Christmann asked the couple if they would … Continue reading »

  • Survey: One in 10 Women Raped at UO

    EUGENE, Ore. — A shocking study from the University of Oregon Department of Psychology looks at the number of sexual assaults on campus. 10 percent of women in the study say they’ve been raped while attending college at the UO. It surveyed nearly 1000 students and asked detailed and direct questions about their sex life. … Continue reading »

  • October Starts Like Late Summer?

    Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:   Tuesday was a true Oregon fall day: Mostly cloudy to partly sunny, some isolated shower chances and highs battling to get into the low 60s with the cooler air spilling in behind the front. I’m expecting a chilly night as skies are clearing and with the cooler air … Continue reading »

  • Corvallis-Albany Bike Path Plans

    CORVALLIS, Ore. — It will soon be easier to bike between Corvallis and Albany, thanks to a collaboration project among the two cities and Benton County. Through Connect Oregon, the state is giving the project a $2 million grant to fund part of the bike path, giving cyclists a safer way to commute. Cyclists between … Continue reading »

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