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Springfield school bond: ‘We’re going to put that money to work’

Springfield schools will welcome students back to many improvements in the school system. These changes were possible thanks to a bond measure that voters approved in 2014.

Rash of human-caused fires puts Oakridge in peril

A special team of state and federal investigators will tackle a string of human-caused fires in Oakridge, including as many as 20 blazes in the past 3 months alone.

Police: Attempted burglary suspect caught on camera

Police want the public’s help identifying a man caught on camera trying to break into a home early Saturday morning.

Wanted: People to fight fires in Washington and Oregon

Washington is looking for citizen volunteers who have their red card showing they have wildland firefighting training. Oregon is encouraging people to train to join firefighting forces as well.

State says Portland’s mobile medical marijuana cart illegal

It didn’t take long for an entrepreneur to combine two of Portland’s favorite things: marijuana and food carts.

Police investigating incident involving trooper, North Bend man

A North Bend man filmed an encounter with an Oregon State Police Trooper over the weekend and then posted the video to Facebook, where it had been viewed almost 70,000 times by Monday afternoon.

Roseburg man awarded France’s highest honor for stopping gunman

France’s highest decoration, the Legion of Honor, or “Legion d’Honneur,” was awarded to U.S. Airman Spencer Stone, National Guardsman Alek Skarlatos, their friend Anthony Sadler and British businessman Chris Norman for subduing a gunman on a high-speed train carrying hundreds of passengers to Paris.

Swanson Mill fire: private investigation reports cause is undetermined

A company’s investigation of the 2014 Swanson Plywood Mill fire reached the same conclusion as on conducted by local fire marshals: The cause of the summer blaze is undetermined, according to Eugene/Springfield Assistant Fire Marshal Doug Perry.

Sunday, Aug. 23 Oregon wildfire update

Thousands of firefighters across the state are working to contain several wildfires that continued to burn throughout the weekend.

Protestors and advocates picket ouside Planned Parenthood

A series of undercover videos claiming Planned Parenthood sells aborted fetal body parts has inspired a rash of protests across the country, including one in Eugene on Saturday.

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