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Springfield bus driver cited after hitting pedestrian

A homeless man is recovering after being hit by a school bus in Springfield early Wednesday morning. The bus driver was cited by police and is now on leave pending…

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Hammer time comes to Portland for U.S. Olympic Trials

The competition schedule for the 2012 U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials was unveiled on Wednesday. The eight-day meet will be contested over a 10-day period at Hayward Field, June 22 to July 1, but the first members of Team USA that will compete at the…

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Stolen Jack Russell Puppies Recovered

ROSEBURG, Ore. — The three Jack Russell terrier puppies that were stolen from Saving Grace Pet Adoption Center have been found.
 
Sheriff’s detectives received a tip from a citizen that the puppies were spotted in a vehicle at the Douglas County Far…

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An improving weather day for your Wednesday. What about Thursday?

________________ Time for my new weekly weather quiz question. Here it is. This time we’ll have a weather and the movies question. In the famous 1952 Gene Kelly movie “Singin’ in the Rain” the rain that fell wasn’t just water because the water didn’t show up well enough on film. What was added to the […]

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Confession should be kept from jurors in infanticide case, defense team says

Lawyers for a Springfield murder suspect asked a judge Tuesday to prevent jurors from hearing her statement to police that she delivered and then suffocated a baby boy last Oct. 18. Fifteen investigators searched a local landfill for three days but fou…

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Judge gives woman 5-year sentence in carjacking

A Springfield woman with a history of mental illness will spend the next five years in prison for a carjacking that unfolded last year in a Wal-Mart parking lot. Lane County Circuit Judge Mustafa Kasubhai last week sentenced Debra Sue Lynde, 47, to the…

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RAW VIDEO: Chip Kelly Press Conference (10/11)

Click above to watch Chip Kelly’s press conference from Tuesday, October 11th.  He discusses Arizona State, the status of LaMichael James, and how the team will cope if James can’t play on Saturday.

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Election dispute settled

Perennial local candidate Mark Callahan of Eugene has received an apology and $2,000 in attorneys’ fees from Strong Schools Eugene, the group that earlier this year backed a local income tax for schools. The dispute arose last April over a written st…

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