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  • Donations Sought for People in Weed

    WEED, Calif. — United Way of Jackson County has opened an account at U.S. Bank for the long-term healing of the communities affected by the Boles Fire burning in Weed, California. United Way said, “Weed and its surrounding communities have experienced devastation. These donations will be used to help them rebuild.” Any donations made to … Continue reading »

  • Ambulance Crashes near McKenzie Bridge

    EUGENE, Ore. — Oregon State Police say distracted driving is to blame for an accident involving a Eugene-Springfield ambulance. It happened Monday on Highway 126 near McKenzie Bridge and sent three people to the hospital and the ambulance to the city’s fleet yard, where it’s being evaluated by an insurance adjuster. Investigators say the ambulance … Continue reading »

  • International Students Move to Campus

    EUGENE, Ore. —   Move-in day for most students at the University of Oregon is about a week away, but on Wednesday, international students will have their turn during the International Student Orientation. Wednesday is the first day of the orientation, and some students will already be moving into the residence halls. Students  say it is … Continue reading »

  • Suspect Was on Outing with Juvenile Dept

    EUGENE, Ore. — We’re learning more about the teenager who was arrested for allegedly beating and raping a woman near Autzen Stadium over the weekend. Investigators say a 39-year-old woman was walking down the sidewalk, near MLK Jr. Boulevard and Scout Access Way when 17-year-old, Jaime Tinoco, allegedly dragged her into the bushes and raped … Continue reading »

  • Best Places to Live: Eugene #20

    EUGENE, Ore. — Eugene is getting national attention for its access to outdoor recreation and its health conscious attitude. The city ranks number 20 in the top 100 places to live according to Livability.com. Eugene’s walking and biking paths plus its closeness to the McKenzie River were highlighted. As good as it sounds, the city’s … Continue reading »

  • Missing Woman Found near Blue River

    BLUE RIVER, Ore. — Police say a missing woman who was last seen near Cougar Dam has been found. Lane County sheriff’s deputies say 28-year-old Megan Elizabeth Ryan was reported missing near Road 19 Saturday night around 9 p.m. She was with friends when she went missing. Private contractors found Ryan Tuesday morning off Road 19 near … Continue reading »

  • Roseburg Homicide Suspect Arrested

    ROSEBURG, Ore. — A Roseburg man is facing murder charges, accused of killing an employee at a convenience store. Police say they had to lock down a nearby elementary school for the four hours it took to talk him out of his home. John Flannigan is in the Douglas County Jail, facing murder charges in … Continue reading »

  • UPS to Hire Up to 95K Seasonal Workers

    (CNN) — UPS is going to make it a happy holiday for lots of people looking for work. This holiday season, the parcel delivery service plans to hire up to 95,000 seasonal employees–that’s nearly double last year’s total of 55,000. UPS hires thousands of temporary workers each year to help deal with the annual surge … Continue reading »

  • Could We See 90° Again in 2014?

    Meteorologist Melissa Frey’s Forecast Discussion: I always say, never say never, but eventually the likelihood of us reaching 90° becomes near impossible, especially in the final 3 months of the year. The latest we’ve ever hit 90° in Eugene is October 5th. That happened in 1980. The average last 90° day is September 10th, which … Continue reading »

  • NASA to Award Spacecraft Contract

    (CNN) — No more hitch-hiking for American astronauts. They’ll soon have their own ride. NASA is expected to award a contract to both Boeing and SpaceX to take astronauts to the International Space Station. The U.S. has been relying on Russia to transport astronauts since the last space shuttle launch in July 2011. The private … Continue reading »

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