September 10 – Morning Headlines
- Junction City train accident kills teen
Junction City Police are investigating a train accident involved a pedestrian. It happened at about 8:30 p.m. Saturday on Front Street between 6th and 4th Avenues.
- Suspect arrested in double slaying
A 36-year-old Eugene man was in custody Saturday night charged with the murder of a rural Lane County man and another as-yet unidentified victim, the Lane County Sheriff’s Office said late Saturday. One victim, James Gillette, 73, has at times been a..
- Former School of Music and Dance dean dead in Cottage Grove
A former School of Music and Dance dean is identified as a victim in a double homicide in Cottage Grove on Friday, according to a report published on The Register-Guard’s website. Anne Dhu McLucas was 71. She taught at Wellesley College, Harv…
- Village without a home
Kelly Shelton and Barbara Douglas want a permanent home. The homeless couple live in a 42-year-old trailer parked at the city-owned former Naval Reserve Center at West 13th Avenue and Chambers Street in Eugene. The three-acre site has become a battlegr…
- Candidates face off for council seat
Juan Carlos Valle and Betty Taylor, candidates for the Ward 2 seat on the Eugene City Council, faced off in a debate Sunday.
- City poised to award lease on future parkland
The city of Eugene is looking for a good farmer or two. Last week, the city officially closed the application process for people who want to lease 160 acres of farmable land surrounding Golden Gardens Park in northwest Eugene. The land, which the city …
- Surgeries on both knees knock out Oregon safety John Boyett for the season
Oregon free safety John Boyett, who led the Ducks in tackles two of the last three years, will have surgery Wednesday on both knees, ending his season and more than likely his UO career. Boyett returned to his hometown of Napa on Sunday, and told the N…
- Oregon Coach George Horton’s new deal a work in progress as fall ball opens
The Oregon baseball team will begin fall practices Tuesday looking for a catcher, watching carefully the recovery of pitchers from surgery and awaiting the finishing touches on its covered workout facility at PK Park. Oh, and with George Horton in char…
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Tim Chuey Weather:
We haven’t seen rain in quite a while, but that should change today. It’s back to sunshine and warmer Tuesday.
Forecast: chance of rain
An upper level trough of low pressure (“U” shape in blue arrows and shaded) is moving through the Pacific Northwest and will, with the help of a cold front , bring a chance of us getting wet today. A high pressure ridge (“Arch shape shaded grey and with blue arrows ”) will bring back the sunshine and warm us up a bit.
- 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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