Here are the local headlines as of this morning:

Tim Chuey Weather:
The jet stream shows a trough of low pressure ( “U” shaped area) swinging through the Pacific Northwest with another one following behind it. A frontal system moved through the area bringing a mixture of sunshine  and wet weather. We’ll see another frontal system move in Tuesday followed by another Wednesday and Wednesday night. It’s been a long time coming, but a high pressure ridge (“arch” shape shown at the end of the jet stream movie) will build in late next week warming us up a bit so it will feel more like Spring. It’s about time. It still looks like the rain will still hang around though.
Body of fisherman found in river
Sheriff’s deputies on Sunday recovered the body of a man who died in a boating accident Saturday while fishing with two friends on the McKenzie River. The victim was identified as 59-year-old Warren C. Moran Jr. of Eugene.
Airline’s glitch grounds many flights
Alaska Airlines and its Horizon Air affiliate said Sunday that they have resolved a computer outage that led to cancellation of 152 flights a day earlier, disrupting travel plans for more than 12,000 passengers.
Room rental internet scam takes Eugene college students for thousands
Eugene Police are warning students to beware of a new twist on an old internet scam
Four people are in custody after police spot a stolen car.
Four people are in custody after a short stand-off in the parking lot of Fred Meyer, on West 11th. A Eugene Police Officer spotted a car involved in a burglary that occurred last week. Police followed the car to the parking lot of Fred Meyer and with guns drawn, officers took three men and one woman out of the car and into custody.