You can watch last week's tour at Weyerhaeuser’s facility in Cottage Grove.
Last year, the Oregon Department of Transportation alone spent an estimated $1.8 million of taxpayer money cleaning up illegal homeless camps around the state.
Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) is a degenerative brain disease found in people with a history of repetitive brain trauma.
With more opioid overdoses and younger addicts, the heroin crisis is a dangerous formula of supply and demand. And that demand is growing.
Roxanne Wilson is creating a nonprofit to help teens learn the skills they need to survive in today's world.
The survivors of the Route 91 shooting live with the weight of survival every day.
Nick Campbell has been looking for Wayne Lowell ever since the night of the Las Vegas shooting more than seven months ago.
The Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting killed 58 and left many more with survivor's guilt.
Shirley Wallace was murdered 43 years ago in Eugene, and the killer has never been found.
Eight months after a horrific crash on I-5 left five horses dead, the brother and sister injured in the crash continue their quest to do what they love and get back in the saddle.
Bob Richardson vanished on Valentine's Day in 2012 and was never heard from, or seen, again.
Eugene Armstrong was last seen in Sutherlin, on his way to Salem. No one knows if he ever made it there.
KEZI 9 News spent several months combing through inspection data and working with state officials to see just how safe the trucking industry is, or isn't. This is part 1 of our 2-part investigation.
"With no leads, no crumbs, we don't know where to start again," said Kamara Houston, Judy Parker's daughter.
Joni Marie Grigsby was killed in June of 1995 and detectives are confident her killer will be found.
Dorothy Ashley was killed inside her home in August of 2016.
Fire-related cancer shows hidden dangers lurking behind the smoke.
"It was like he was here one day then gone the next and never heard from," said Donald Long, Chris's father.
Some pet owners give their furry friends marijuana.
In a KEZI 9 News Special Report, anchor Sean Cuellar investigated street drugs and a new class of drug, fentanyl, which is proving to be a game changer.
KEZI 9 News tested three at-home ancestry DNA kits.
A former NBA players shared his life story and struggle with addiction to high school students.
A new study looks at how often teens under the age of 18 are receiving and sending sexts.
Research shows that allowing your teen to drink before the legal drinking age does not offer protection against alcohol abuse.
A new study shows there could be a link between social media use and teen suicide and depression.
An anti-bullying app is giving more power victims and witnesses.
Parents said bullying at the school landed their son in a hospital to be treated for depression and an eating disorder.
E-cigarettes seem like they offer a safer alternative to regular cigarettes but a new study is showing the one may not actually keep teens from using the other.
A New York town is cracking down on bullying by holding parents accountable for their children's actions.
A group of high school students in Massachusetts is taking a stand against tobacco companies.
Burger King takes customers by surprise with compelling, provocative social experiment.
The buses will be quieter and have USB outlets for passengers.
You can bring up to 35 gallons this weekend.
The app helps processing facilities sort plastic more quickly.
Last week the department shared a post on Facebook asking for the public to pitch in, and the response was overwhelming.
It will provide occupational experience in greenhouse operations and topics related to growing plants for students of all ages.
Some businesses are teaming up this weekend to make Eugene greener and healthier.
With spring upon us, Caleb Johnson with Johnson Brothers Garden Market said this is the perfect time to start vegetable planting.
Caleb Johnson from Johnson Brothers Garden Market shares his recipes for bread made from spaghetti squash and butternut squash.
Paniculata hydrangea, nandina, camellias, and barberries are a few of Caleb Johnson's favorite fall plants.
Heuchera comes in green, orange, dark red, and purple and pairs well with a variety of other plants. It is deer resistant, evergreen, and low maintenance.
They are evergreen and put on their fruit, also called olives, in the fall. You can start to harvest the fruit once they turn from a green color to a brownish-purple color.
Stone crops can be used as groundcover, for boarders, or in containers. They are a great way to keep color in your yard as we transition to fall.
Abe and Sassy were chosen to go home with a family on Tuesday.
His gentle, friendly disposition have made him a staff favorite at Greenhill Humane Society, where he likes to spend time in the office taking naps.
Coco loves to chase toys, play tug-o-war and enjoys a nice warm lap when playtime is over.
At 65 pounds, Morris is a big dog with a big heart and is ready to go home to a loving family.
Cassie loves to run and play and is described as a sweetheart who is “pure joy and love.”
Kramer is loving and loyal and would be a great companion to take along on runs and hikes.
Heating water is the second biggest expense in your house. Consumer Reports says you can bring the cost down by following these simple tips.
Ready to make your home smarter and safer? Consumer Reports has tips on where to start.
Consumer Reports found that the load-bearing components at the rear of four popular toddler seats break when tested with dummies whose weight nears the seat’s limits for its harness system.
With all that time on devices, young eyes and ears could be harmed. Consumer Reports has what you need to know for safer screen time and audio levels.
Consumer Reports experts reveal some simple tricks to keep your battery running as long as possible.
According to a study, scam calls will account for nearly half of all mobile calls by 2019.
Data is updated nightly.