April 29 – Morning Headlines

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An invasive South American creeping water primrose is wreaking havoc in the Delta Ponds. How did it get there?

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An invasive South American creeping water primrose is wreaking havoc in the Delta Ponds.  How did it get there?
An invasive South American creeping water primrose is wreaking havoc in the Delta Ponds. How did it get there?
  • Lawsuit alleges wrongful death
    The mother of a Veneta woman who died from drug toxicity is seeking almost $2 million in damages from a Eugene doctor she accuses of prescribing her daughter too many painkillers. The suit names Dr. Roy M. Blackburn and the Oregon TLC Pain Management c
  • Invasive plant threatens Delta Ponds
    An invasive South American creeping water primrose is wreaking havoc at a Eugene park that the city and other government agencies have spent $9 million trying to turn into a showcase of native-species ecological restoration. Known as Ludwigia hexapetal
  • House votes to make brewer’s yeast state microbe
    The state Legislature is considering honoring brewer’s yeast as the state microbe
  • The Dining Room celebrates 10 successful years
    Celebrating Food For Lane County’s downtown meal site, The Dining Room turns 10 years old, and to praise it’s success, they had an open house
  • Jordan Hasay smashes Pac-12, Oregon records in 10,000 meters

    Oregon senior Jordan Hasay broke the Pac-12 and long-standing UO school record at 10,000 meters Sunday at the Payton Jordan Cardinal Invitational, running 32 minutes, 6.64 seconds to finish sixth overall and second among colleg
  • Four-run rally lifts Ducks past UCLA in Pac-12 softball

    Samantha Pappas hit a three-run home run in the top of the seventh inning to cap a four-run rally and give fourth-ranked Oregon a 7-5 victory over No. 16 UCLA on Sunday at Easton Stadium. The victory gave the Ducks (40-7, 15-3 Pac-1
  • Marty pulls away to win women’s Eugene Marathon
    The Boston Marathon tragedy weighed heavily on Jaymee Marty the past couple of weeks as she finished her training for the seventh annual Eugene Marathon. It was in the exact spot where the first bomb exploded on April 15 that Marty’s mom had watc
  • Laney shows plenty of heart in winning Eugene Marathon
    Approximately 7,800 runners registered for Sunday’s Eugene Marathon and Half-Marathon, and early on, first-time marathoner David Laney was sardined among them, waiting for the pack to thin out so he could get a look at the leader. But when the co

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