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September 2014

Ducks Stay Perfect, Drop Buffs

The #13 Oregon Ducks volleyball team (12-0, 2-0 Pac-12) continued their unbeaten streak for the season, defeating a stubborn Colorado Buffaloes team in four sets; 33-31, 25-19,21-25, 25-23. Cheering the Ducks on was a loud crowd of 3,551, of which 2,500 were students that brought some timely energy for Oregon. The start of the match […]

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Waggoner’s OT Goal Lifts Ducks

For the first time since 2006 the Oregon Ducks won a conference opening match and defeated the University of Washington thanks to Kira Waggoner’s goal in the early minutes of the second overtime Thursday at Pape` Field. The Huskies out shot Oregon 12-10 and held an 8-3 advantage in corner kicks but were unable to […]

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Study: 10% of female undergrad students say they’ve been raped at UO

A University of Oregon professor released the initial results from a sexual assault survey of undergraduates on campus – the first scientific study on the number of sex crimes that occur at the school.

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Free Transportation Offerred for Thursday’s Oregon Game

Ducks and LTD aim to ease traffic concerns for weeknight football game by waiving Duck Express fare to and from Autzen Stadium from five park-and-ride sites. Continue reading

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September 26 – Lane County Bookings and Mugshots

Forgery, Identity Theft, heroin, cocaine and meth – September 26 Bookings and Mugshots

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Court documents shed new light on murder, fire in S. Eugene

In a 93-page police report, investigators say Ricardo Chaney met with his best friend on March 18, 2014, just hours before George Wasson was found shot to death in his burning home on Elk Avenue.

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NOAA Says Pot Growers Threaten Salmon

OREGON — Federal biologists say the marijuana industry is harming salmon. NOAA says pot growers in California and Oregon illegally suck water from creeks where Coho salmon live and it’s a key threat to the species. Biologists say the growers are also spreading fertilizer and pesticides in the salmon streams. NOAA says it’s issuing a … Continue reading »

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JaQuan Lyle not enrolled at Oregon as Ducks begin men’s basketball practices Friday

With Oregon men’s basketball practice set to begin on Friday, the Ducks will the season without one of their most heralded recruits.

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Albertson Security Breach

EUGENE, Ore. — Albertsons is alerting shoppers of a security breach that could’ve compromised credit and debit cards across the country, including its stores in Oregon. Albertsons says account numbers, expiration dates, and even cardholders names might’ve been breached between the August 27 and September 21. This is the latest in a number of security … Continue reading »

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LaMichael James signs with Dolphins after being released by 49ers

After a frustrating two years with the 49ers, former Oregon running back LaMichael James has his chance at a fresh start, signing with the Miami Dolphins on Tuesday.
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