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  • Lane County November Unemployment 6.9%

    EUGENE, Ore. — Lane County’s unemployment rate increased last month. The rate went up to 6.9 percent in November compared to 6.8 percent in October. It’s still below the statewide rate of 7 percent. Benton County’s was 5.5 percent, Coos County’s was 8.9 percent, Douglas County’s was 9.7 percent, and Linn County’s was 8.5 percent. … Continue reading »

  • Consumer Reports: Long-lasting AAs

    When you’re making up your holiday checklist, there’s one item you don’t want to leave out–batteries. Double As are the most popular size. Consumer Reports ShopSmart Magazine sifted through test results, to find out which will keep you all powered up for less. Want to shine this holiday season? Keep their electronics up and running … Continue reading »

  • Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Spokane

    SPOKANE, Wash. (CNN) — A cross-country flight didn’t get far before making an emergency landing. A United Airlines flight from Seattle, Washington, was heading for Newark, New Jersey, when one of the plane’s engines stopped working. The crew diverted the plane to Spokane, Washington. With only one engine left, the plane landed safely. Airport officials … Continue reading »

  • First Lawsuits Filed for Sony Hack

    (CNN) — There’s more trouble for Sony. Former employees of Sony Pictures Entertainment have filed lawsuits against the company, following a massive security breach. The suits allege Sony was negligent because it didn’t prepare for a massive cyber-attack, in spite of warnings and previous security breaches. Attorneys for the former employees say the hack exposed … Continue reading »

  • UPS Busiest Shipping Day Monday

    (CNN) — It’s the busiest day of the year for UPS. The company says its drivers are delivering more than 34 million packages Monday. That’s the highest number of deliveries on a single day in the company’s history, and it’s double the number of deliveries made on a normal day. UPS spent $500 million to … Continue reading »

  • Uber Seeking Patent on Surge Pricing

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Ride sharing service Uber is seeking a patent for its “surge pricing,” in which riders are sometimes charged exorbitant amounts at times of high demand. The company submitted a patent application in September 2013. Uber initially had that application rejected by the U.S. Patent Office, but it is appealing that decision. … Continue reading »

  • Highway 42 South Closed

    COQUILLE, Ore. — Oregon 42S is closed to all traffic due to high water, ODOT said Monday. The highway links Coquille to Bandon. It will remain closed during high tide conditions. ODOT says travelers can use Oregon 42 as a detour until conditions improve.

  • UPDATE: One Lane of Highway 101 Open

    FLORENCE, Ore. — One lane of Highway 101 is now open about 12 miles north of Florence. A landslide and failing retaining wall damaged the roadway. Flaggers and a pilot car will control traffic. ODOT says travelers should plan on delays of no more than 20 minutes and be alert to construction vehicles and equipment entering … Continue reading »

  • Light Showers Continue Monday

    48-Hour Rainfall Totals from Friday Night to Sunday Night Cascades: McKenzie: 7.20 in Salt Creek Falls: 6.80 in Trout Creek: 4.25 in Brush Creek: 2.74 in Cottage Grove: 2.56 in Springfield: 2.55 in Leaburg: 2.52 in Central Coast Range: Mapleton: 7.43 in Alsea: 6.85 in Elmira: 3.48 in Veneta: 2.57 in Central Coast: Florence: 3.73 … Continue reading »

  • Web Extra: Gary Andersen One-on-One

    CORVALLIS, Ore.–Oregon State’s new head coach Gary Andersen sat down with KEZI 9 Sports reporter Kristen Rodgers to discuss his transition from Badger to Beaver, why he left Wisconsin, his relationship with UW Athletic Director Barry Alvarez, his “aggressive” coaching philosophy, his defensive mindset and how a dual-threat quarterback would fit in at Oregon State.

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