June 6 – Morning Headlines
Tim Chuey Weather: Mostly cloudy and cooler today with a slight (20%) chance of showers (under 0.10 in. of rain possible) , just mostly cloudy tonight, mostly cloudy with a slight (20%) chance of rain Tuesday.
1 hurt in west Eugene shooting – A 19-year-old Eugene man was shot early Sunday evening outside a pizza and entertainment center on Highway 99, and police were searching for a suspect as they pieced together details of the attack.
New Oregon law allows distribution of used glasses – A new Oregon law passed last month will allow certain fraternal charitable organizations immunity from liability when they hand out used eyeglasses or hearing aids to Oregonians in need.
$500,000 Norman Rockwell painting discovered at Eugene “Antiques Roadshow” taping – Opening up its 16th touring season looking for America’s greatest hidden treasures, a huge surprise in Eugene for the crews of PBS’ “Antiques Roadshow,” as appraisers discovered one man’s half-million dollar painting from a classic American artist.
Ducks football team raises thousands for Ofc. Kilcullen fund – Raising thousands of dollars for the family of Fallen Eugene Police Officer Chris Kilcullen, a different role on Saturday for the Oregon Ducks football team, stepping off the field and into the bowling alley.
Budget crisis in fire district – South Lane Fire & Rescue District officials say that unless they can figure out how to raise some fast cash, they may be forced to slash the district’s work force in half next year.