Coast Guard Medevacs Teen to OHSU

PORTLAND, Ore. — A 15-year-old is at OHSU after suffering a head injury in Powers Friday. A Coast Guard helicopter crew medevaced the teen Friday night from Coquille to Portland. Watchstanders at the air station in North Bend got the medevac request at 5:00 p.m. Friday. The teen reportedly sustained a head injury while operating … Continue reading »

Local Fans React to Deflate-Gate

EUGENE, Ore. — “Deflate-gate” continues to be the talk around the country as the Super Bowl gets closer, and local fans are hoping it doesn’t take over the excitement. It’s the latest scandal to rock the sports world before the two best teams in the NFL play on the biggest stage. Even with the league … Continue reading »

Woman Trying to Find Owner of Old Photos

EUGENE, Ore. — A woman is turning to the public for help reuniting a family with a part of its history. Tammy Ferguson found an envelope of old photos about a year ago in an old coach while working at RV Outlet in Eugene. She says no one has come back to claim the pictures, … Continue reading »

House Total Loss After Fire

WINCHESTER, Ore. — Douglas County Fire District firefighters battled a house fire on the 2500 block of Page Road in Winchester that was reported at 11:39 p.m. Friday.  The first fire crews arrived on the scene at 11:48 p.m. and reported that the residence was completely involved with fire. Crews made contact with some family members … Continue reading »

Oregon Inmate Charged in 1976 Cold Case

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. — A man has been charged in two of the Gypsy Hill cold case murders. In a news release, San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office reports 66-year-old Rodney Halbower has been successfully extradited from Oregon State Prison to San Mateo County, and is being charged with two counts of Murder and the Special … Continue reading »

Measles Investigation Continues

EUGENE, Ore. — A Eugene restaurant says it’s taken a hit since word got out that a man with measles ate there last month. Lane County Public Health says it’s one of four locations the man visited while he had symptoms. The Mongolian Grill on Coburg Road says business hit a standstill once its name … Continue reading »

Sexual Assault Investigation Continues

EUGENE, Ore. — Police are looking for answers, following an alleged sexual assault from over the weekend on the University of Oregon campus. UOPD says this particular incident was reported to have happened in a campus residence hall. This incident is still under investigation. Several students from Watson Hall, where the incident was said to … Continue reading »

Woman Sexually Assaulted in UO Dorm

EUGENE, Ore. — University of Oregon Police say a woman unaffiliated with the university may have been drugged and later sexually assaulted Saturday, January 17th. They say the incident allegedly took place inside Watson Hall, a dorm on campus. A lot of questions are swirling for students about what happened Saturday night inside the dorm. … Continue reading »

Marijuana Public Policy Course at OSU

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Recreational marijuana becomes legal in Oregon this year on July 1, but what are the policies surrounding the new law? Students in a sociology course at Oregon State University have the opportunity this term to submit their own research to legislators to help shape the state’s policies. “It’s not a class about … Continue reading »

UO Students Being Treated for Infection

EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon continues to contact students about a bacterial infection that can cause meningitis. University officials are reaching out to about 80 students who were in small group class settings with the sick student. The health center is separating those who may have been exposed to the infection from others … Continue reading »

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