Eugene Addresses Police Profiling

By Jessica Debbas EUGENE, Ore. — Overnight chaos escalated on the streets of Ferguson, Missouri. The city continues to be the scene of nightly protests after the death of a teenager, Michael Brown. The unarmed 18-year-old was killed by police during a confrontation Saturday, and the arrests of protesters and several journalists is only fueling the … Continue reading »

Eugene Police Call a Possible Hoax

EUGENE, Ore. — There was a heavy police presence on Cal Young Road in Eugene Saturday afternoon after officers received a call of a gunshot wound, but officials were quickly recalled from the scene. Eugene Police closed down Cal Young between Gilham and Norkenzie at first, but reopened the road after finding out the call … Continue reading »

Man Stabbed Near Saturday Market

EUGENE, Ore. — One man is in jail and another in a local hospital after a stabbing at a popular Saturday destination. The Eugene Police Department says just before 10:00 a.m. Saturday a man stabbed another man in the back multiple times. It happened on the sidewalk near the Wayne Morse Free Speech Plaza, right … Continue reading »

Wyden Addresses Internet Tax Concerns

EUGENE, Ore. — Oregon businesses are expressing concern about a possible Internet tax. They say an effort by some in Congress to change the Internet Tax Freedom Act could mean a nightmare for them. More than a dozen Eugene businesses met Thursday with U.S. Senator Ron Wyden to talk about their worries. They say taxing … Continue reading »

Arsonist Burns RV Business In Eugene

EUGENE, Ore. — Another Eugene business went up in flames Tuesday morning, and Eugene police say it’s the work of an arsonist. An office building at George Sutton RV on Highway 99 is destroyed. Fortunately the fire didn’t spread to any RVs, but an office building is gone. Sutton RV stayed opened for business because … Continue reading »

New Tailgating Option Offered At Autzen

EUGENE, Ore. — A lot is changing at Autzen Stadium, from ticket prices to parking spots. However, the Oregon Athletic Department says one of the newest adjustments this season is solely to enhance the fan experience. The company is called TailgatePal. An Oregon alum started it and it’s taking over a portion of concrete, right … Continue reading »

Eugene Police Officer Shot During Traffic Stop

April 24, 2011 SPRINGFIELD, Ore.  –  On Monday,  the woman accused of shooting and killing Officer Chris Kilcullen will appear in front of a judge. The Eugene motorcycle officer tried to pull over Cheryl Kidd Friday afternoon, but she sped away. During the chase that followed, she allegedly shot at Kilcullen. Sh then led more than … Continue reading »