June 27 – Morning Headlines
- Tim Chuey Weather
June 27, 2011 – Increasing clouds and chances of precipitation for a few days, but that could spell nice weather for the Independence Day weekend. Forecast for the Southern and lower Mid Willamette Valley including Eugene-Springfield and Albany-Corv…
- UO adopts a high school
The announcement made a big splash in Portland: Qualifying graduates of the city’s Jefferson High School would get fully paid tuition and fees at the University of Oregon. Everywhere else, the announcement …
- Moped rider killed in collision
A 72-year-old Eugene man died Sunday evening after the moped he was riding collided with a car shortly before 6 pm at the intersection of 28th and Chambers, Eugene police said. The police are still inves…
Fire Engulfs Creswell Shop
South Lane County officers are still investigating why a structure went up in flames early Sunday morning in Creswell. The blaze lasted for hours and neighbors say it was seen for miles.
- Whitaker Station likely to keep 2 crews
Alarm bells over a personnel change at Eugene’s Whiteaker area fire station have been quieted. The City Council tonight is expected to approve a $317,000 proposal by Councilor Mike Clark to keep two fire engine crews at the station, at West Second Av…
- Springfield homes lose power, businesses lose cash from DUII power pole crash
A driver is now facing DUII and reckless driving charges after crashing into a power pole, and cutting electricity for hundreds of Springfield residents and cash for some Springfield businesses.
- 3 Eugene teens recovering after kayaking over waterfall
Three Eugene teens are recovering after emergency crews say they kayaked over a waterfall in the Gorge.
- Friends remember Springfield bicyclist car crash victim Jennifer Sells
Remembering the Springfield bicyclist who died in a crash with a truck on Saturday, friends are sharing words with the public about 38 year-old Jennifer Sells.
- 140 Bethel-area volunteers help clean Malabon Elementary neighborhood
Volunteering out of the goodness of their hearts, more than 100 community members from the Bethel area spent Saturday chipping in and sprucing up the neighborhood around an area elementary…