MARCOLA, Ore. — Some high school students got a real life look at how dangerous it can be to drink and drive. The Lane County Sheriff’s Office hosted the Every 15 Minutes Program Tuesday afternoon at Mohawk High School. With the help of Mohawk Fire and Rescue, volunteers set up a mock car crash that … Continue reading »
MEDFORD, Ore — Medford Police are urging people to think twice before they get behind the wheel this Labor Day weekend. This is because officers are cracking down on people driving under the influence. On Friday night, Medford Police arrested seven people for DUIIs. On Saturday night, the same amount of officers are hitting the … Continue reading »
The latest WDTWG tackles drunk drivers claiming they were sleep driving, another fan assault at a sporting event and a photo that perfectly portrays the middle-child syndrome.
A University of Oregon student was arrested Sunday morning and charged with drunk driving, reckless driving and two counts of second-degree assault after his car collided with another on the Randy Papé Beltline, according to The Register-Guard. Bryan Andrew Bierce, a 25-year-old economics student, was driving the wrong way in the eastbound lane of the [...]
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R.L. Stollar argues that it is time for Oregon to rethink its relationship with the OLCC. In these economic times, it makes little sense to allow a state monopoly on liquor.
Roughly one year ago, the parents of Nima Gibba, the Eugene girl killed in one of the city's deadliest car crashes, sought to create a charity foundation in her name.
"We've been hurting for two and a half years. So to carry that on for her gives us a sense of peace."