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New traffic signal due this April at Sixth and Ellsworth in downtown Albany

A new traffic signal will have drivers stopping at the corner of Ellsworth Street and Sixth Avenue in downtown Albany by the end of April.

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Cities wary of Oregon housing options proposal

Reporter Mark Miller: [email protected] Miller works for the Oregon Capital Bureau, a collaboration of EO Media Group, Pamplin Media Group, and Salem Reporter.

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Oregon economist: Tobacco tax would limit significant sales to Washingtonians

New revenue generated from increasing Oregon’s tobacco tax would come with an additional decline in sales because Washington buyers would likely stop crossing the river to buy, economists said Wednesday during a legislative informational hearing.

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Lyons blaze shows fire risk always present, even on last day of winter

LYONS – Lt. Chris Baldridge of the Marion County Sheriff’s Office drove his SUV toward the boat launch at North Santiam State Recreation Area into thick smoke and past burned brush and charred trees.

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Update – Oregon State Police investigating shooting in Creswell Area – Lane County

The individual shot in this incident is identified as Logan Linderman (23 ) of the Eugene / Springfield area.  The individual that was detained is identified as Kayln Simpson (29) of the Creswell area. 

Simpson is cooperating with the inve…

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New charge filed against former OSU student convicted of hate crime

A former Oregon State University graduate student who was convicted of a hate crime late last year is scheduled to be arraigned Monday in Benton County Circuit Court on a new charge in a separate incident.

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Fireworks not legal unless used between June 23 and July 6, and December 31 and January 1.

June 24, 2014, the Eugene City Council approved two City Code changes to address the pervasive use of fireworks

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Police Warn About Possible Safety Issue – Females Being Followed by Suspicious Males

Eugene Police are continuing to receive disturbing calls regarding women and girls being followed by suspicious male subjects in vehicles.

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