Wagoner, who is one of the protest leaders, saw the commotion start when a crowd swarmed a man protecting his car with an assault rifle.
Hundreds of protesters marched down 8th Avenue to Almaden Street. They then walked down to the coroner for W. 7th Avenue and Washington Street.
LANE COUNTY GETS OK FOR PHASE TWO
Less than three weeks ago students and parents were rallying to save their school, and tonight they're saying goodbye.
A storm is on the way for the weekend bringing cooler temperatures, rain, and a chance for thunderstorms.
Douglas County car club help high school seniors graduate
Roseburg Cinemas prep for reopening under phase two
Joe Raade is the acting chief of South Lane County Fire & Rescue
Liberty Siegle's trip to Bologna, Italy, started last August.
Liberty Siegle got her master's degree in global risk while in Italy attending Johns Hopkins University.
Sunny Thursday then wet and cool weekend expected.
Rocco Carley was dismissed from Oregon State football after video arose of him uttering multiple racial slurs.
Police departments across the state are condemning the acts of the former police officers charged in the death of George Floyd.
Phase two for Oregon counties begins on Friday.
Yoncalla community mourns loss of 14-year-old girl
Sunny and dry weather continues and so does high levels of grass pollen
Cool & wet weekend expected
Over 1,000 people have gathered to protest the death of a black man at the hands of a police officer.
Family of Kevin Adams hold vigil in honor of victims
Kevin Adams pleads guilty to Douglas County murders
Will this weekend's protests put our city at risk?
Cities across the country are implementing curfews in light of the George Floyd protests, Eugene included. Last night, specifically, protesters were asked to go home at 10:00 and then again at midnight.
The bond between Thurston seniors Savana Decker and Olivia Jegtvig extends way beyond the softball field.
Shattered glass and stolen property was not the only damage done. Pena said that it’s unfortunate staff members had to suffer from the closed doors.
Dry weather will stick around this week, so pollen levels will stay high. Rain returns this weekend.
Pet of the Week: Dillon
But first post goes back 11 weeks.
Chief John Wooten posts about shooting protesters.
Springfield High School Graduation - Meila Charlton
Springfield High School Graduation interview 5-26-20
Dry weather continues all week long
The money will help increase the quality and prevalence of CTE programs in the state.
Brown announced the activation of 50 National Guard troops to be sent to Portland as well as 100 Oregon State Police troopers.
Increased coronavirus cases could be seen in Lane County as a result of the BLM march.
Chief Skinner says they chose loss of property over loss of life
Chief Skinner says they chose loss of property over loss of life Friday night
We're told that on the property at 7th and Washington over half a million dollars in damages was done.
Roseburg YMCA reopens to members
Casey's Restaurant in Roseburg creates GoFundMe
High pressure will keep skies mostly sunny and temperatures near normal this week.
Members can expect a new flow to the facility for social distancing purposes.
man fires gun into the crowd.
Pollen count will remain high
Thousands of protesters marched from the Wayne L. Morse U.S. Courthouse to Alton Baker Park to stand up for racial equality.
Richmond said that this is a time for the community to come together, and he and his team are committed and prepared to serve.
Temperatures will warm as we head towards the middle of the week, and skies will remain mostly sunny. The next chance or rain will hold off until Saturday.
A mix of sun and clouds across the area today, with mostly sunny skies on the way late today and tomorrow. Temperatures slowly warm throughout the week.
Friday night’s protest was a culmination of built up anger and frustration. According to Eugene Police Chief Chris Skinner, there’s been some events in the past, including George Floyd’s death, that undermine the improvement made between police and communities of color.
Looting and vandalism resulted in a setback for many businesses, who were already struggling due to the pandemic.
A much calmer day on the way tomorrow, with clearing skies throughout the day. Temperatures will be a bit below average in the mid 60s.
Data is updated nightly.