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Madison graduated from Montclair State University in New Jersey with a degree in journalism. During her time at MSU, she interned with WABC in New York City and KABC in Los Angeles.
For her last semester of college, Madison traveled to Puerto Rico to cover the devastation and rebuilding effort six months after Hurricane Maria.
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Robin Wellwood, a nurse in the 4J school district, said vaccinations are more important now than ever.
House Bill 2314 gained support from local representative John Lively from District 12 in Springfield.
The Statesman Journal reports that several state lawmakers are introducing a bill that would ask voters to amend the Oregon Constitution to lower the voting age from 18 to 16 years old.
If approved, the proposal would mirror an ordinance passed by Springfield in 2016.
Eugene police responded at 10:42 p.m. on Saturday to a report of a death at a home in the 4000 block of Avalon.
Jim Winsor said a chicken unexpectedly showed up on his porch Saturday morning, and he became concerned.
Athletes with Special Olympics Cottage Grove spent Saturday morning shooting hoops after organizers said Special Olympics Oregon isn't organizing sports for their athletes.
Organizers said the event will feature entertainment on multiple stages, food and a marketplace of more than 60 vendors.
The owner of Mohawk Metal says he can always use skilled workers.
A study recently released by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission said there's an oversupply of legal marijuana that has about 6 years worth.