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While many gym owners push back against the latest restrictions, health officials insist closing gyms is an important proactive step to stopping spread.
Public health officials say that the FDA is expected to approve the first coronavirus vaccine in the US. in as little as a week with shipments going out the next day.
When restaurants closed down and the rats realized their main source was going away, the little guys got resourceful.
The employment department says they're much better equipped to handle unemployment claims during the freeze than they were in spring.
"He was so sick he doesn't remember going to the ER."
Being tested is voluntary, but encouraged by the university.
Former reporter Larry Bacon says the story has followed him for 50 years.
For many students and other residents, a local store is the only place in the area to get internet access.
The town recently honored Zachary Maynard on what would have been his 7th birthday.
Days after a woman was found dead in her own home, we are learning more about 78-year-old Florence Alvergue -- a retired South Eugene teacher affectionately known as Flo.
Data is updated nightly.