June 1 – Morning Headlines

A drunk driver ends up in the Delta Ponds | image - KVAL.com

Morning Headlines

A drunk driver ends up in the Delta Ponds | image - KVAL.com
A drunk driver ends up in the Delta Ponds | image – KVAL.com
  • Eugene Police pursue reckless driver after crash at 14th and Hilyard
    James Croft, a Western Oregon University student in town for the Prefontaine Classic, just wanted to go to bed when he saw his buddy’s van had been rear ended by a small, four-door sedan in front of the Hilyard House on the corner of 14th Avenue
  • Police hit suicidal man with beanbag rounds
    An 87-year-old man was hospitalized Friday after Springfield police officers fired a beanbag gun at him after he threatened to kill himself, police said. Police responded about 2:15 p.m. at Briarwood Assisted Living where the man wa
  • Ore. police find python during traffic stop
    A Eugene, Ore., police officer got an unnerving surprise as he held onto the arm of a young man briefly placed in handcuffs after a traffic stop — and felt
  • Phone outages reported in Glenwood
    Extensive phone outages have been reported in the Glenwood Area yesterday afternoon, according to Eugene police. CenturyLink told Central Lane 911 that a phone cable was cut, police said.
  • Developer begins construction of $70 million Goodpasture complex
    The BPM Real Estate Group of Portland today began construction on phase one of Riverwalk Apartments, a $70 million, 466-unit apartment and retail complex at Goodpasture Island Road and Alexander Loop. Phase one will include 274 studio, one, two and thr
  • Thief steals 212 DVDs from Redbox kiosk in Springfield, police say

    A thief reportedly stole 212 DVDs from a Redbox kiosk outside a McDonalds in Springfield earlier this week, police said. The pilfered discs are valued at $3,816. Springfield police Sgt. Rich Charboneau said a Redbox employee reporte
  • Oregon Farm Bureau sues US Labor Department
    The Oregon Farm Bureau is suing the U.S. Department of Labor.
  • New Bijou Metro theater will add more variety to the local film scene
    When Edward Schiessl looks at the four small screening rooms in the new Bijou Metro theater, he sees big changes for local film lovers. He sees a huge increase in the variety of films he can offer at the Metro and its older sibling, Bijou Art Cinemas.
  • Prefontaine Classic racers unhappy with Friday’s times
    Three weeks out from the USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships, the tinkering continues. Following his season-best run Friday in the 1,500 meters at the Prefontaine Classic, former UO standout Jordan McNamara called his race “tactically ine
  • Billies rewrite hardball history

    Dillon Ritchie was on the mound when Pleasant Hill lost the lead Friday against Horizon Christian in the finals of the Class 3A state tournament, so it was only fitting that the junior was at the plate when the Billies began their comebac 
  • Reed delivers solid start in regional game against Jackrabbits
    It’s been quite a tumultuous year for sophomore starting pitcher Jake Reed. After entering 2013 as the number one pitcher on the roster, Reed hit a bit of a rough patch and was demoted down to the number three position in the rotation. Even with
  • NCU’s Mike Gaffaney Announces 2013 Recruiting Class
    Northwest Christian University women’s volleyball head coach Mike Gaffaney has released the Beacon’s 2013 recruiting class. The incomers are freshmen Emma Thompson (Klamath Falls) and Cassidy Winters (Gresham).
  • Wheating and Kesselring represent UO at Prefontaine Classic
    Former Duck Andrew Wheating and current Duck Anne Kesselring represented the University of Oregon for the first night of The Prefontaine Classic Friday night. In a world-class field Wheating ran a conservative time of 3:57.02 minute

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