April 24 – Eugene, Springfield and Lane County Headlines


Eugene, Springfield and Lane County Headlines



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  • Crash Ends with Car Nearly in Delta Pond
    A crash ends with four people in the hospital and a car nearly into the Delta Ponds. The wreck was just off Delta Highway near Goodpasture Loop. Investigators aren’t sure exactly what happened but say two cars crashed. One en
  • LTD Summer Pass Offer for Kids
    A special deal this summer for kids in the Eugene-Springfield area that lets them skate, swim and possibly bowl a strike, all for one price. It’s called the 1Pass and anyone under the age of 18 can get one for $50. The pass g
  • Drive-by Dart Attacks in West Eugene
    Eugene, Ore. — Police are trying to find out who’s behind a string of drive-by dart attacks in West Eugene. So far, three people say they’ve been hit by 4-inch darts. The attacks happened between April first, and the 17th. The first p
  • EPD Continues to Investigate Man’s Death
    Exactly one month after a man was found dead in his home in west Eugene, police say they’re still working on the investigation. Police are calling the death of 61-year-old Russell Lee Penn a homicide but aren’t releasin
  • Car hits building after driver steps on gas instead of brake
    A driver hit the gas instead of the brake Wednesday afternoon, crashing into the exterior wall of a south Eugene restaurant in the Southtowne Shoppes. There were no reports of injuries.
  • Season Ticket Renewal Deadline is Friday
    The deadline for Oregon Football season ticket holders to renew their seats for the 2014 season is rapidly approaching. Renewals must be submitted by April 25.
  • Judge: No decision until next month on Oregon’s same-sex marriage ban
    The judge said Tuesday that he will not make a decision until at least May 14 after he’s had a chance to hear from the group that wants to defend the state law as it is now. That group is the National Organization for Marriage


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