May 12 – Evening Update

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Sunshine, Eugene’s favorite headline. Here’s the rest:

Tim Chuey:
We’ll see lots of sunshine for Friday and Saturday, but clouds and showers will return becoming likely by Saturday night.

Home invasion robbery: ‘Consider this person to be dangerous and armed’
A burglar broke into a woman’s home, tied her up at gunpoint and made off with electronics.

Revenue forecast: More state income in next budget
Oregon will have more money to spend in its next two-year budget than previously anticipated, state economists said Thursday in an announcement likely to ease expected cuts to social safety net programs.

Last day to mail special election ballot
Tomorrow is the last day to mail special election ballots; after May 12th voters will need to use one of the 23 drop-off sites available.

If the staff, students or principal at Riverbend Elementary School need anything, they know they can count on Ami George. She’s the official popcorn popper for family movie night, the coordinator of the annual Harvest Festival, the leader of the Riverbend Parent Club, a mother of five — and the …

Eugene 4j teachers union rejects offer
The back-and-forth negotiating between the Eugene 4j School District and the teacher’s union continues but agreement eludes the negotiators.

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