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Student groups seek to repeal Social Host Ordinance


The Social Host Ordinance, a piece of legislation passed by the Eugene City Council in late January, is being petitioned by ASUO Sen. Lamar Wise and Kevin Cronin, executive director of the Lane County Young Democrats. The two student leaders began gathering signatures this week in hopes of bringing the legislation to a public vote. [...]

Tuition equity bill passes Oregon House, heads to Senate


Over half the room silently rose to their feet, their hands joined and raised up to the ceiling, at the moment Oregon’s tuition equity bill passed through the State of Oregon’s House last Friday. University of Oregon student Tania Sarabia was among those standing. Along with other members of the UO’s Chicano student group, MEChA, [...]

March 2 – Morning Headlines


Tim Chuey: cloudy but clearing, norovirus investigation, gas prices over $4, Oakridge recall, school cash thief, car vs pedestrian, Marcola kidnapping, local political season deadlines, gun bill killed, Beavers win, Ducks win

Live Out Loud


The not so private life of Rick Dancer. What had looked like a perfect life has become a perfect nightmare. Dancer has cancer and he is dealing with it in the only way that he knows: with the cameras rolling.

August 8 – Morning Headlines


Tim Chuey:morning clouds - afternoon sun, Mark Hatfield, Short Mountain fire, Cottage Grove sludge battle, LCC dental lawsuit, County ads task force members, graduate ed funding slashed, State workers to vote on union contract

Lawmakers try to ban offshore drilling for Oregon Coast


Three members of Oregon's congressional delegation introduced an amendment Wednesday that would exempt Oregon from a bill that would make it easier for companies to drill in deep water.

Should Eugene Council Recite Pledge of Allegiance?


KEZI TVShould Eugene Council Recite Pledge of Allegiance?KEZI TVEUGENE, Ore. -- Classrooms across the nation do it every day, but should the Eugene City Council recite the Pledge of Allegiance at its meetings? That's the topic up for discussion at ...

April 11 – Evening Update


Tim Chuey: might rain, Ex UofO wrestler fined, Donkeys and 'Derms go after Independent party name, Baker makes new career choice, Public employees cashing out, possibly healthy Tree's to be euthanized...

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