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March 4 – Morning Headlines

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Friday Morning Headlines:

Tim Chuey’s Friday Forecast
It looks like we’ll be wet for the next 7 days with mountain snow levels down to pass levels. (Updated 7 AM)
Amendments to plastic bag ban approved by Senate panel
Senate Bill 536 — which would ban plastic bags at stores in Oregon moves forward.
Lorane grade school to close
The Crow-Applegate-Lorane School Board voted 3-2 to close the 50-student Lorane Elementary School.
Second ‘intervention’ van funded
Another of the public assistance vehicles will join the growing fleet.
Students making video with fake guns end up facing cops’ real guns
Eugene police drew their guns and confronted three men carrying what appeared to be rifles.
EmX action just around the corner
Despite a recommendation from LTD to take more time, City Council pushes vote timeline.
Young artist hopes cash cow saves program
Pleasant Hill High School’s art program is in jeopardy of being cut. But Senior Hannah Apker is trying to save it with art.

March 3 – Evening Update

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The rest of todays local headlines:

Tim Chuey – Weather Forecast Update
Mostly cloudy with showers likely (60%) and a slight (20%) chance of thunderstorms this evening (possible hail), a slight (20%) chance of showers (0.25 in. of rain possible, more in thunderstorms) late tonight with patchy fog late and Friday AM, mostly cloudy with a good (50%) chance of rain in the afternoon (0.10 in. of rain possible)
Thousands of Oregon state jobs vacant
Agencies ask for them when they make their budget requests to the Legislature but sometimes keep the money without filling the job.
Police take wanted man into custody at gunpoint
Police surrounded a duplex with guns drawn this morning, then stormed the home behind a police dog to take a man into custody.
Pain paying at pump? Gas prices jump
Oil prices have soared nearly $17 per barrel since the Libyan uprising began in mid-February. Feeling it yet?
LCC downtown groundbreaking Tomorrow
Mayor Piercy and others will help “fill in” the pit
Oregon paid men with links to football recruits‎
The payments are noted in state of Oregon expenditure records.
ASUO Seeks Independent Legal Council‎
University of Oregon students are asking Oregon’s attorney general for permission to seek independent council.

March 3 – Morning Headlines

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Here are the local headlines for this morning:

Tim Chuey’s Weather Forecast (updated 9am)
Forecast for the Southern and lower Mid Willamette Valley including Eugene-Springfield and Albany-Corvallis: Mostly cloudy with showers today (0.25 in. of rain possible, and possible hail this afternoon and evening), a good (50%) chance of showers tonight with patchy fog late, patchy fog then mostly cloudy with a good (50%) chance of rain in the afternoon (0.10 in. of rain possible).
Roller rink = business link in Oakridge?
Lane County recently approved a grant and loan to help Oakridge business.
Search continues for missing man
Police are asking the public to keep an eye out for 22 year.
Eugene’s Most Wanted
Can you help solve these crimes?

March 2 – Evening Update

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Here’s the evening wrap-up on todays local headlines:

Tim Chueys Updated Forecast (4pm)
Mostly cloudy with showers likely (60%) tonight (0.10 in. of rain possible), rain Thursday (0.25 in. of rain possible)
Avalanche warning issued for Cascades
Portions of the Oregon Cascades are under an avalanche warning after storms deposited up to 4 feet of snow this week.
Bill would remove citizenship rule for Oregon driver’s license
Lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow Oregon residents to apply for a driver’s license without proof of U.S. citizenship.
Nike’s Holy Grail: long-lost waffle iron found
In a box stuffed with mud-caked shoes a long lost rusty appliance is discovered.
Proposal would cap UO tuition increases at 5 percent
The University of Oregon has proposed a significant change in the way the school is funded and the way it’s governed.
Thousand Cankers Disease detected in Eugene tree
Sounding like a Chinese curse, a new disease called Thousand Cankers Disease is killing black walnut trees in eight western states.
‘Commit a crime in Springfield, you will go to jail’
Police Chief Jerry Smith calls the new city jail the “best investment” for criminal justice in Springfield.
Oregon may add ‘wine country’ license plates
Possible new license plate choice. Wonder if it will be like wearing a “officer please stop me” sign.
Donations Down for Project Homeless Connect Event
The fifth annual Project Homeless Connect for Lane County event is two weeks away, and organizers say donations are down this year.

March 2 – Morning Headlines

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When you drop out State, Regional and National news, you sometimes get to see what a pleasant place we all live in, but maybe not today. Here are the Mornings Local Headlines:

From the National Weather Service
Today: Showers. High near 49. South southwest wind between 14 and 20 mph, with gusts as high as 31 mph. Chance of precipitation is 80%. Tonight: Showers likely. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 35. South southwest wind between 7 and 9 mph. Chance of precipitation is 60%.
Detailed Forecast (9:30am) from Meteorologist Tim Chuey
Look for showers and breezy conditions inland today, still windy at the coast through this afternoon (Updated 9:30 AM)
Customers sound off on sign to thwart student shoplifters
Seems the Students are unhappy that the store only wants as many inside as they can keep an eye on.
4 arrested after search warrant executed at rural West Eugene property
A total of seven people are facing possible criminal charges related to the investigation into unlawful possession and delivery of methamphetamine.
Strip club gets to keep liquor license
Yes, this is a headline: A downtown Springfield strip club has won the right to continue serving alcohol to customers of their establishment
Police seek help finding missing Eugene man, 22
Eugene police are asking for the public’s help in locating Jeffrey M. Vergara, 22, last seen near Royal Avenue and Terry Street about 8 pm Friday.
Eugene Police Crime Statistics Released
A new report from the Eugene Police Department says property crime is high for the area.

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