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  • Officer-Involved Crash Closes Lanes

    EUGENE, Ore. — West 11th Avenue was down to one lane in each direction Saturday after a three-vehicle crash at the Bertelsen intersection. One of the vehicles involved was a Eugene Police car. Police say around 4 p.m. the officer was going east on 11th and was responding to an emergency call with lights and … Continue reading »

  • Heavy Rain Continues

    Twitter Facebook Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn’s Forecast Discussion: Heavy rain continues Saturday night. The heaviest rain will be in the Coast Range and Cascade Range. Rain will fall up to 8,000 feet as the freezing level rises. Showers will continue with this storm through Monday morning. Additional rainfall will be around 1-2 inches along the coast and … Continue reading »

  • Hwy 101 Closed Near Heceta Head

    FLORENCE, Ore. — Highway 101 is closed in both directions about 12 miles north of Florence.  A retaining wall at an active slide lo cation has been compromised by heavy rain. The highway will be closed all weekend. Northbound traffic will be turned around at Sea Lion Caves. Southbound traffic will be turned around at the Carl … Continue reading »

  • Emergency Management Offers Flood Tips

    EUGENE, Ore. — While officials are preparing roads, they’re also asking residents to prepare themselves in case of an emergency. Lane County Emergency Management says if flooding happens, it’s best to move fast. Being aware of what’s happening on your property can help you avoid getting stuck, should water levels get too high. “We really … Continue reading »

  • Residents Prepare for Flooding

    SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Rising rivers are causing concerns for people living along the Mohawk and Siuslaw Rivers. These residents are asked to take caution Saturday night as heavy rain moves through the valley. Although they’re not concerned about water levels getting high enough to flood like it has in previous years, residents say they always … Continue reading »

  • Public Works Crews Prepare for Storm

    SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — City public works crews are on standby this weekend ready to respond to reports of flooding. Eugene Public Works says while it’s definitely rainy outside, there aren’t any major problems out on the roadways yet. Crews in Springfield say they haven’t received any reports of major localized flooding in their area either. … Continue reading »

  • Web Extra: Oregon Beats Delaware State

    EUGENE, Ore.–Oregon Men’s Basketball moved to 8-3 on the season with a 83-70 win over Delaware State on Saturday. After the game, Casey Benson, Ahmaad Rorie and head coach Dana Altman discussed the Ducks win over the hornets, their new starting five and the rest of their non-conference schedule. Head Coach Dana Altman: Guards Casey Benson … Continue reading »

  • Simon Hare Issues Public Apology

    GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Josephine County Commissioner Simon Hare has issued a public apology for sending lewd texts to two young women using someone else’s phone. The issue first came to light when the father of one of the women read the text messages out loud during a public meeting in front of the Josephine … Continue reading »

  • Police Officers Killed in Ambush

    (CNN) — Two New York City police officers are dead after they were ambushed Saturday afternoon. NYPD officials say both were shot in the head as they sat inside their patrol car in Brooklyn. They were rushed to a nearby hospital in critical condition. Authorities say the alleged suspect has been found dead at a … Continue reading »

  • Heavy Rain & Flood Watches This Weekend

    Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:   Heavy rain at times tonight as an “atmospheric river” of ocean moistures is heading right for the Pacific Northwest for the next couple of days. That will have an impact on travel over the next couple of days, as many spots may see upwards of 2-4″, possibly up … Continue reading »

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