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  • Investigation into Tree-Trimmer’s Death

    SWEET HOME, Ore. — Linn County deputies are looking into the death of a man who fell while trimming a tree. The apparent accident happened Wednesday morning at R and L Excavating in Sweet Home. Deputies say 59-year-old Raymond Launder fell about 50 feet from a fir tree. A friend at the scene says he … Continue reading »

  • Web Extra: Ducks Civil War Wednesday

    EUGENE, Oregon – Oregon defensive coordinator Don Pellum talks about the upcoming Civil War game against OSU, along with several Ducks players, after Wednesday’s practice. Oregon defensive coordinator Don Pellum: Oregon defensive lineman Arik Armstead: Oregon safety Erick Dargan: Oregon linebacker Johnny Ragin III: Oregon tight end Evan Bayliss:

  • Thousands Travel Through Eugene Airport

    EUGENE, Ore. — Around 14,000 people are expected to arrive or leave Eugene from the airport during this holiday week, one of the busiest times of the year. Travelers trying to catch a flight earlier said they planned for a busy airport. But, when they arrived they found there weren’t quite as many passengers at … Continue reading »

  • Alzheimer’s Disease Study

    CORVALLIS, Ore. – Is it possible there could be a cure for Alzheimer’s Disease? Researchers at the Corvallis Clinic are trying to find that out, by participating in a worldwide study of a drug that could stop the progression of the disease or reverse it. A research team at the clinic is testing a medication … Continue reading »

  • Dinners Given to Military Families

    EUGENE, Ore. — One hundred military families got thanksgiving meals this Wednesday morning at an Albertsons in Eugene. The store on 18th Ave. donated the money from its Turkey Bucks campaign to support those who serve America and the loved ones they leave behind. Sandy Giles’s husband is currently deployed in Afghanistan for the holiday … Continue reading »

  • Police Investigate Multiple Shootings

    SALEM, Ore. — Salem Police are currently investigating three shooting incidents from November 25. Police say the first shooting happened on the 2000 block of of Evergreen Ave. NE at about 8:30 p.m. when a vehicle drove by a residence and multiple gunshots were fired, striking one victim in the leg and causing non-life threatening injuries. … Continue reading »

  • New Hotel Goes Into Old Space

    SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — An old hotel is getting a new life in Springfield. New signs recently went up at the former Shiloh Inn on Gateway St. It’s still a visit space, just under a new company – Guesthouse International Inn and Suites. The space will be run by the same owners. Nearby businesses say they … Continue reading »

  • Eugene Couple Wants Wedding Do-Over

    EUGENE, Ore. — A Eugene couple is asking the public for a chance at a real wedding. Dezire Cavitta and her wife believe the “I Do Redo” competition out of Las Vegas, NV could be it. The contest will provide its winners the new opportunity for the big day of their dreams and this same-sex … Continue reading »

  • Water Main Break Closes Road

    COTTAGE GROVE, Ore. — Crews in Cottage Grove say there was a water main break on S. 10th St. near Quincy Ave. Wednesday afternoon at about 2:20 p.m. The break lifted the entire road surface on 10th St. between 4 to 6 inches in some places. Crews say S. 10th St. is closed to traffic between … Continue reading »

  • Police Chief Still on Paid Leave

    JUNCTION CITY, Ore. — Questions and concerns from Junction City residents surrounding the Junction City Police Chief Mark Chase, who city administrator, Melissa Bowers, says is on non-disciplinary, paid administrative leave. “Why they’re not telling us, that concerns me the most,” said resident Tonya Buendia. “I’m concerned about him being gone for so long and … Continue reading »

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