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May 2016

Crews Battle House Fire in North Eugene

EUGENE, Ore. – Fire crews battled a house fire in North Eugene Tuesday afternoon.The fire broke out around 5:30 p.m. on the 3000 block of Grand Cayman Drive.The blaze started in the garage and spread to a car in the driveway and charred the front…

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Ducks Play For NCAA Title Wednesday On Home Course

Eugene native Sulman Raza sunk the putt that gave Oregon its semifinal win over Illinois, sending the Ducks to Wednesday's final vs. Texas.

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UO Police Search For Alleged Groper

EUGENE, Ore. — Police are searching for a man accused of groping a student on the University of Oregon campus. Police say a woman was groped by a man passing on a razor scooter at the corner of 13th and Agate.It’s leaving female students and wom…

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TSA Hiring New Officers for Eugene Airport

EUGENE, Ore. — The TSA is looking to hire new officers for the Eugene Airport.The Department of Homeland Security said they want to hire eight to 10 part-time officers over the year.TSA officials said with the expansion currently happening at the airp…

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UPDATE: Marijuana Extraction Process Causes Explosion

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. – Police said an explosion inside a Springfield home appears to have been caused by a marijuana extraction process.
Fire crews were dispatched to the explosion at a house on South 58th Street Tuesday afternoon. Officers said the force…

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Man Accused of Sending Private Pictures to Under-aged Girl

ROSEBURG, Ore. – A Roseburg man was arrested on 20 counts of encouraging child sexual abuse.Michael Callahan, 31, was arrested earlier this month after a Douglas County girl’s mother claimed he sent pictures of his genitals to her 11-year-old daughter …

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Budget Committee Recommends Adoption of FY17 Proposed Budget

At their meeting on May 26, 2016 the Budget Committee voted to recommend that the City Council adopt the FY17 Proposed Budget for the City of Eugene and the Urban Renewal Agency, as amended.

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Police Shoot Suspect Accused of Threatening Neighbors

TUALATIN, Ore. – Police killed a man who they said was threatening neighbors and his family with a gun on Monday.Tualatin police said 70-year-old Robert Wickizer fired several shots inside his house.No one was hurt but two women reportedly escaped and …

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