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April 2014

Victim Details Apparent Pick Ax Attack

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — A day after a man allegedly attacked two women with a pick ax in Springfield — the victims and the mother of the suspect are speaking out. One of the victims describes Tuesday’s attack as brutal and insane as the suspect repeatedly swung at them with a pick ax. “He would’ve caught … Continue reading »

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GameDay: 2014 Oregon spring game presents another opportunity for newcomers to shine

As college football has grown, so has the attention and value of the spring game. All across the country, teams are broadcasting what is now an annual event. It has turned into a must-see spectacle for avid football fans. Oregon’s spring game is this Saturday at 11 a.m. The spring game stands as the premier […] Continue reading

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Wildlife Safari in southern Oregon welcomes two lionesses to its pride

This week the lionesses were introduced to the horticulture and landscapes of the African section of the drive-through park, located in Winston in Douglas County.

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Oregon coach George Horton says Oregon State is the best baseball team in the country

After the Beavers swept Oregon in the three-game Civil War, Ducks’ coach George Horton said the Beavers were the best team in the country.

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4J District Removes Osprey Nest

EUGENE, Ore. — Eighty five feet about the track at Madison Middle School two osprey decided to build a nest. “If they decided a location is good for their nest they will just be very determined. They will be persistent and try over and over and over again,” said Louise Shimmel, Executive Director of the … Continue reading »

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Extension cord ignited fire that destroyed Corvallis house

A fire that destroyed a house in Corvallis Tuesday was started by an extension cord that was plugged into an electric blanket.

The house, which 17 firefighters and 3 engines were called to at 4 p.m. Tuesday, was a total loss, said Jim Patton, the fire prevention officer with Corvallis Fire Department.

The house was located at 3049 N.W. Orchard Ave.

Patton said the fire was started by a 100 foot long extension cord that had been curled tightly with combustibles piled on top of it, which prevented heat from dispersing from the cord, and eventually it melted and sparked the fire.

According to Patton, the house’s sole occupant was not home at the time of the fire.

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Police Make Arrest in Homicide Case

ROSEBURG, Ore. — Roseburg Police have arrested a suspect in a homicide case that left a 23-year-old woman dead. Police responded to a residence on NE Jacobson Street in Roseburg just after 8:45 pm on Tuesday, where they say someone fatally shot 23-year-old Ashley Davis of Roseburg. Roseburg Police arrested 19-year-old Michael Gardner Tuesday night on … Continue reading »

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Andrew Greif talks about Oregon’s positional changes (video)

The Oregonian’s Oregon Ducks beat writer Andrew Greif has been with the football throughout the entire spring. With the final practice before Saturday’s spring game in the books, he talks about who has found themselves in different spots this sp… Continue reading

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City Hosts Parks Essay Contest for Kids

EUGENE, Ore. — The city of Eugene wants to hear from kids in Lane County about what they like about local parks. The Parks and Open Space Department is holding an essay contest for 5 to 13-year-olds. Mayor Kitty Piercy will read winning essays at a council meeting, and winners will get a 30-day pass … Continue reading »

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Oregon football finishes final full spring practice and prepares for spring game

Oregon football’s final full spring practice on Wednesday was split up into two parts: offense vs. defense and split team — where the newly selected spring game teams had a preliminary competition before the real contest on Saturday. With so many newcomers receiving key spots on both spring game teams, it will be the coaching […] Continue reading

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