- False fire alarm at the EMU
The fire alarm triggered around 11:00 p.m. Wednesday night in the Erb Memorial Union (EMU), prompting DPS officials and the Eugene Fire Department to rush to the University campus to investigate. The alarm caused several University students who were st…
- Bicycle theft on the rise around campus
Walking around to the back of his house last Wednesday evening, junior Keane Daly expected to find his bike locked to a pole. Instead, he found an open lock and nothing else. Daly had used a wire lock with a letter combination system to keep his bike s…
- Police: Car fire may be in political protest
Police say a SUV may have been set on fire to send a political message at 13th Avenue and Grant Street in Eugene.
- Tailgate fundraiser for boy with leukemia
A tailgater at Autzen stadium Saturday will be hosted to raise money for a six year old boy battling leukemia.
- Springfield bus driver cited after hitting pedestrian
A homeless man is recovering after being hit by a school bus in Springfield early Wednesday morning. The bus driver was cited by police and is now on leave pending…
- Police remove anti-loitering bikes from downtown
Now you see them, now you don’t. The old bicycles that the Eugene Police Department had been locking to flower planter railings at the intersection of Broadway and Olive Street are now gone. But the reason for the bikes’ removal is not entirely cle…
- USGS: 5.9 magnitude quake off OR coast, no tsunami
Officials say there is no danger of a tsunami. The quake was felt by residents in southern Oregon and as far north as Portland, as well as by some residents in northern California.
- Want to make $25 per hour in Springfield? 4 positions open
The Springfield Police Department has four open positions for police officers, but Chief Jerry Smith says it’s difficult to find qualified applicants.
- Police officer raises $6,100 to help keep the homeless warm
Eugene police officer Randy Ellis said publicity and a generous donation from a local business owner helped him collect more than $6,100 during a fundraising drive aimed at helping to keep homeless people warm and dry this winter. “I was shocked” b…
- Father basks in glow of Nobel
Charles Sargent was lying in bed early Monday listening to “Morning Edition” on public radio and thinking of getting up when he heard the news. His son, Thomas Sargent, had received the Nobel Prize in economics. “I came pleasantly awake,” he sa…
- “Real World” stages casting call at Eugene bar
Are you young, individualistic and fearless in front of cameras? Maybe MTV’s “The Real World” is the place for you. Hundreds of would-be reality stars turned out at Eugene’s The Cooler bar on Wednesday, hoping to net a coveted spot on the show,…
- Duck fans: Where’s the 110 percent?
Take a knee, Duck fans. Saturday is arguably the biggest home football game since Stanford visited a year ago. National television. ESPN’s GameDay. Sports talk show host Dan Patrick encouraging an “Occupy Eugene GameDay” rally. And, oh yeah, Ariz…
- Hammer time comes to Portland for U.S. Olympic Trials
The competition schedule for the 2012 U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials was unveiled on Wednesday. The eight-day meet will be contested over a 10-day period at Hayward Field, June 22 to July 1, but the first members of Team USA that will compete at…
Tim Chuey Weather:
Sunshine and dry weather for your Thursday. What about the rest of the week into the weekend?
Rain: slim chance
A weak high pressure ridge (“arch” forming on the orange jet stream line) will build up just long enough to give us a series of dry days. A frontal system pushed through Oregon bringing some pretty heavy showers with it and now high pressure at the surface (represented by “H”) is combining with the upper air ridge to clear us out for some sunshine. The question is when will it fade another upper level low (“U” shape on jet stream line) set up off the coast to bring back the rain.
Forecast for the Southern and lower Mid Willamette Valley including Eugene-Springfield and Albany-Corvallis: Partly cloudy with patchy fog this AM, a mix of clouds and sun this afternoon, mostly cloudy tonight through Friday night, a mix of clouds and sun Saturday, mostly cloudy at night, then partly cloudy Sunday and Sunday night highs 65-60 lows near 42. Partly cloudy Monday through Tuesday night, then partly cloudy with a slight (20%) chance of showers Wednesday highs near 64 lows 43. (seasonal averages high 66 low 41)
- Forecast for the Umpqua Basin including Roseburg
- Forecast for the South Oregon Coast including Coos Bay and North Bend
- Forecast for the Cascades of Lane County
Because weather forecasting is a combination of science, intuition, and timing there can be no absolute guarantees that individual forecasts will be 100% accurate. Nature is in a constant state of flux and sudden unexpected weather events can happen.
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