- Amtrak Fire Prompts Police Reponse
A fire on board an Amtrak train in Eugene prompted police and fire response this afternoon as a man is now in custody.
- Empty car found crashed on sidewalk
- Rock-throwing incident that injured two UO athletes results in arrest
An arrest stemming from a November incident that resulted in the injury of two University of Oregon athletes has been made. Matthew Logan McKinney is currently being held in the Douglas County jail while police continue the investigation.
- Handy trial ends
- Former OSU professor struck by lightning
- Police: Car burglar caught wearing victim’s coat
A homeless man accused of breaking into at least cars around Springfield and Eugene was arrested Thursday after a theft victim saw the man wearing his stolen coat.
- Eugene 4J bike safety education program begins rebuilding bike fleet
After a theft shut down a Eugene bike safety education group’s work with middle school kids, the group is now preparing a re-launch with new opportunities for kids.
- FOOD for Lane County launches short-term fundraising drive
- AAA: Average gasoline price in Oregon $3.43
The AAA auto club reports the average price of a gallon of gasoline in Oregon is $3.43.
- Eugene sculptor reunited with stolen artwork 24 year later
A valuable bronze sculpture that went missing for more than twenty years has made its way back in to the hands of its rightful artist all thanks to one honest…
- Creswell ensures a showdown for league title
Creswell continued to build toward the high hopes it has this season. Myles Toman and Austin Jones scored 17 points apiece to help the Bulldogs win their sixth straight game with a 65-54 victory over Pleasant Hill on Friday night
- Stanford packs its shot to take down UO women
Along with the shorts, tank tops, shoes and socks they would need, Stanford players were conscious of one other thing they needed to bring north to Oregon this weekend. “Before we left, the most important thing was, ‘pack your shot,’
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Tim Chuey Weather:
Now that the rain is gone for now we’d all like to see the sun. That will be a problem in the South Willamette Valley which doesn’t like to let go of the low clouds and fog.
An upper level high pressure ridge (the shaded “Arch” shape) has taken over our weather pattern and turned off the rain. The ridge will keep us dry with our standard issue late night and early AM fog through the rest of the weekend into early next week. The ridge will weaken and move allowing upper level low pressure to take over sending storms our way by next Tuesday. A frontal system will approach the Pacific Northwest Tuesday returning the chances for rain. Today is Groundhog and later I will have a “Groundhog report” letting you know how the various animal prognosticators voted on an early spring or 6 more weeks of Winter.
[gn_spoiler title=”ADVISORIES” open=”0″ style=”1″]AN AIR STAGNATION ADVISORY IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 9 AM TUESDAY FOR CENTRAL DOUGLAS COUNTY, EASTERN CURRY COUNTY, JOSEPHINE COUNTY, JACKSON COUNTY, THE KLAMATH BASIN, NORTHERN, EASTERN AND WESTERN KLAMATH COUNTY, AND CENTRAL AND EASTERN LAKE COUNTY.[/gn_spoiler]
Forecast: Cloudy with areas of fog this AM, cloudy this afternoon and tonight with patchy fog late at night, cloudy Sunday, then mostly cloudy Sunday night through Monday night highs 45-40 warming to 45 Monday lows 35-38. Mostly cloudy with rain likely (60%) Tuesday and Tuesday night, cloudy with a (40%) chance of showers Wednesday, a good (50%) chance of rain Wednesday night, rain likely (60%) Thursday, showers likely (60%) Thursday night, then a mix of clouds and sun with a good (50%) chance of showers Friday highs 50-45 lows 38-35. (seasonal averages high 49 low 35)
- 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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