Local Headline wrap for Saturday May 21st.

Tim Chuey: – With any luck we’ll see a lot of clouds, but not much precipitation for the weekend. A break will come early in the week.

* Day care for homeless kids to close – Jake Spavins, director of the Kids Center at St. Vincent de Paul’s First Place Family Development Center in south Eugene, remembers the quote well.

Fines handed to Rust campaign – Former Lane County commissioner Jerry Rust faces as much as $2,750 in fines from the state for improper bookkeeping during his unsuccessful bid last year to rejoin the board.

Attempted scam targets credit union – The Register-Guard Federal Credit Union was swamped with calls Friday afternoon from area residents saying they were the target of an attempted scam that was using the credit union’s name.

Few clues in case of  body near I-5 – A person whose body was found in a brushy area just east of Interstate 5 died under suspicious circumstances, Sheriff’s investigators say.

Man who died in west Eugene fire identified – The man found dead Thursday inside his west Eugene home has been identified as Jay Edward Pittsley, according to the Eugene Police Department.

Hookah bar slips through legislative loophole – Al Narah, Eugene’s newest hookah lounge, may have opened in the nick of time. If Oregon lawmakers pass House Bill 2726, new hookah bars would be banned from opening.

Eugene's Hookah Bars grandfathered in House Bill