________________ It’s time for my weekly weather quiz question. Here it is. What natural disaster struck New York City in 1888? Please remember to post your answer as a comment by clicking on “no comments /comments” in the upper right hand portion of this page under the caption, then add your comment. The first person […]
EUGENE, Ore. — Eugene police have closed West 4th Ave. between Blair Blvd. & Jackson St. to all traffic.
Officers are responding to a possible barricaded subject in the area.
Officials haven’t released any more information at this point.
ALSEA, Ore. — ODOT crews are on scene of a landslide on Highway 34 about eight miles east of Alsea.
They are directing traffic at milepost 47.5.
They urge drivers to use caution in the area.
Crews are not sure when all lanes will reopen.
(CNN) — Here’s a warning for all you workaholics.
A new study shows that extra time at the office increases your chance for depression.
Researchers found that people working at least 11 hours a day had about two-and-a-half times higher odds of …
EUGENE, Ore. — Eugene and Springfield honored a man who dedicated decades to serving others.
The Eugene Chamber of Commerce honored Gerry Gaydos as its citizen of the year Wednesday night.
During his speech, Gaydos, who has practiced law in Euge…
LANE COUNTY, Ore. — Any Lane County residents whose home was been damaged by flood water, high wind, landslide, debris, or any other storm-related events since January 17, is being asked to report it.
You can file a report online or by calling 541-…
In a world of smart phones and Internet, people are turning to more sources than just the phone book these days to search for local information. Now for the first time ever, Oregonians can opt out receiving phone books all together.
Roseburg police are looking for Gabe Reddekopp, 23, who they say fled on foot after a vehicle pursuit in Roseburg Wednesday night.
The Roseburg School District is looking at the possibility of closing Rose Elementary School, which has been educating Roseburg’s children for nearly a century.
Army Corps of Engineers does balancing act on water releases from Fern Ridge Lake, which feeds to the river