UO Panel’s Sex Assault Report Released

EUGENE, Ore. — There are dozens of recommendations in a new report from the University of Oregon President’s review panel on school policies on sexual violence on campus. Advocates for change to sexual misconduct policies on campus say now that the panel’s report is out, there’s no reason for the administration to delay implementing at … Continue reading »

High Speed Pursuit Ends in Capture

LANE COUNTY, Ore. – A woman who led several state and local police agencies on a chase down Interstate 5 is facing several charges. On Tuesday December 9th, Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers from the Springfield Area Command spotted a car on southbound I-5 near milepost 186 that had been reported stolen to the Salem … Continue reading »

Graduate Assistant Strike Ends at UO

 EUGENE, Ore. – Spokespeople from the Graduate Teaching Fellows Federation (GTFF) and University of Oregon confirm a mediation session started Tuesday has brought an end to the graduate student teacher strike. After days of striking that started just before finals week, both sides said they were able to find compromise about concerns related to financial losses … Continue reading »

Murder for Hire Arrest in Eugene

EUGENE, Ore. — A Eugene man is behind bars accused of trying to hire a man to kill his neighbor. 57 year old Jeffrey Wright Leonard is charged with solicitation for murder and conspiracy to commit murder. Police were tipped of by a Lane County Jail inmate on Thursday. He told investigators Leonard approached him … Continue reading »

Corvallis March for Eric Garner

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Dozens took the streets of downtown Corvallis on Saturday, showing their support for those affected by the deaths of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri and Eric Garner in New York City. The protesters marched around the city for hours, at one point stopping traffic. “The injustice that’s happening across the country should be addressed … Continue reading »

Deputies Seek Help Finding Missing Man

ROSEBURG, Ore. – The Douglas County Sheriff’s Department is asking for the public’s help finding a missing person. According to reports, 25 year-old Kyle Dinneen was last seen leaving his mother’s house in the 11000 block of N. Umpqua Highway early Sunday morning. Dinneen suffers from both mental health and medical issues, and is believed to … Continue reading »

Traffic Stop Leads to Oxycodone Bust

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. – A Washington man is facing charges in Oregon after police said they found hundreds of Oxycodone tablets in his vehicle. On Wednesday December 3rd, 2014, Oregon State Police Troopers from the Springfield Area Command stopped a 2013 Dodge Charger on Interstate 5 for allegedly speeding. According to investigators, the trooper noticed Oxycodone tablets wrapped … Continue reading »

Fake Family Rips Off Oregon Boutique

TIGARD, Ore. – A high-end lingerie shop has been hit by a ring of thieves – and the owner is hoping the public can help get to the bottom of the case. On Sunday November 30th, crooks stole about $2,500 worth of items from “Posh Lingerie” at Bridgeport Village in Tigard. According to the store … Continue reading »

Kyron Horman’s Stepmom Looks to Move On

EUGENE, Ore. – Kyron Horman’s stepmother is once again trying to change her name. In August, Terri Horman asked a Douglas County court to allow her to change her name, claiming the stigma of Kyron’s disappearance is preventing her from starting a new life. At that time, the judge denied Horman’s request, saying it wasn’t … Continue reading »

Crab Season Rescue Re-Ignites Debate

NEWPORT, Ore. — Monday is the first day of crab season, but it also marks a dangerous time for fisherman, who say this is the time of year for really dangerous storms. It proved to be true over the weekend, when a boat of five fishermen had to be rescued after their boat sank in … Continue reading »

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