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  • Out & About: Dec. 19th-21st

    Check out these fun events happening all over Western Oregon! Out & About Links: The Nutcracker Eugene Holiday Half & Hustle 10k and 5k Sutherlin Light Parade Christmas at the Movies For more information on other great events, or to submit your own, click here.

  • New Parking Pay Station in Corvallis

    CORVALLIS, Ore. – Some big changes are coming to the parking process in downtown Corvallis along the riverfront. On First Street sits a new parking pay station that accepts debit and credit cards. The City of Corvallis says the pay stations along First Street are getting old and will soon need to be replaced. But … Continue reading »

  • ESPN Visits O’Hara Catholic School

    EUGENE, Ore. — It was the news conference question that turned into a viral sensation, and it dealt with three very important things: Jesus, girls, and Marcus Mariota. A sixth grader from Eugene’s O’Hara Catholic School asked Mark Helfrich if Mariota was coming back for another year during a post-game press conference. The question became … Continue reading »

  • Police Recover Stolen Antique Watch

    CORVALLIS, Ore. — Police in Corvallis are looking for the owner of an antique watch. Police arrested 20-year-old Javier Corona Wednesday on several charges, including theft. One of the items they recovered was a woman’s gold wristwatch that was in a case. Police are not sure who it belongs to, but they say it is possible … Continue reading »

  • Maj. Thomas Egan Remembered

    EUGENE, Ore. — The man who inspired the Egan Warming Centers was remembered Thursday morning. Maj. Thomas Egan was a homeless veteran who froze to death on the streets of Eugene in 2008. After he died, community members banded together to create a volunteer-run program that serves homeless community members in the Eugene-Springfield area. They … Continue reading »

  • Woman Faces Manslaughter Charges

    SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — A woman facing charges in last week’s hit-and-run in Springfield is facing new charges. Isabel McDaniel is now facing a total of eight counts, including manslaughter. On Monday, McDaniel was facing criminally negligent homicide charges, but the prosecutor has now decided to move forward with second degree manslaughter charges after getting information … Continue reading »

  • Man Sentenced for Thurston Burglary

    EUGENE, Ore. — A judge sentenced the man who broke into a Thurston home and fondled a woman while she was sleeping. Marcos Saucedo, Jr., 21, was sentenced to one year and eight months in prison for the Nov. 10 incident. Following a plea deal, Saucedo’s attorney told the court that her client was high … Continue reading »

  • Neighbors to Discuss Cell Phone Towers

    EUGENE, Ore. — A public meeting over a controversial cell tower in southeast Eugene will be held Thursday night. AT&T is looking to install a tower disguised as a tree, called a mono-pine, at Crossfire Ministries on Amazon Drive. The forum is on the topic of locating cell phone towers in residential neighbors, who should … Continue reading »

  • California Suffering Exceptional Drought

    (CNN) — The Golden State is dry. According to a study from NASA, California needs roughly 11 trillion gallons of rain to survive its extreme drought. That’s enough water to fill 17 million Olympic swimming pools. Officials say the situation is so dire, the flooding that struck the state earlier this year barely made a … Continue reading »

  • iPad for Beginners

    When: December 29, 2014 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
    Where: Downtown Eugene Public Library, Oak Street & East 10th Avenue, Eugene, OR 97401, USA

    Especially for iPad users: bring your iPad to Eugene Public Library to learn how to make the most of it at “iPad for Beginners” on Monday, December 29, 5:30 p.m. At this two hour user-friendly … Continue reading »

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