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No, KMTR didn't move to Washington state - but former Olympia resident and NewsSource 16 anchor Ty Steele is in the running for Movember honors in a friendly competition coordinated by the Today Show.

Woman chasing dog hit, killed by freight train

A woman died after being hit by a train as she tried to catch her dog as it ran across the tracks Monday night, Eugene Police said.

Police are asking for the public's help identifying the woman.

Police: Homeowner shoots returning thief’s SUV with shotgun

Police: Homeowner shoots returning thief’s SUV with shotgun
Pictured is a Toyota similar to the one Russell saw early Tuesday morning - Photo from Marion Co. Sheriff

A thief hit a homeowner in the leg with an SUV early Monday morning as the man was pointing a shotgun at the vehicle to stop him from driving off, the Marion County Sheriff’s Office said.

All in a Day's Drive: Thanksgiving edition

All in a Day's Drive: Thanksgiving edition

Thanksgiving weekend runs and hikes, including a look at a new stretch of Ridgeline Trail in Eugene.

Watch All in a Day's Drive Wednesdays on KMTR NewsSource 16 at 6 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.

Ferguson grand jury decision live coverage

Ferguson grand jury decision live coverage

North Bend in 4A, Harrisburg in 3A football finals; Sheldon in 6A semifinal

North Bend in 4A, Harrisburg in 3A football finals; Sheldon in 6A semifinal
Go Eagles. Go Irish. Go Bulldogs.

By the time North Bend takes the field Saturday in Hillsboro for the 4A state football title game, Harrisburg will be well into the 3A title game over in Hermiston.

And before either game begins, Sheldon High School will have made its case for a spot in the 6A title game.

Police: Drunk wrong-way driver causes deadly head-on crash on I-5

Police: Drunk wrong-way driver causes deadly head-on crash on I-5

A drunk wrong-way driver caused a deadly head-on crash on Interstate 5 early Tuesday morning, Oregon State Police said.

Busy week at Eugene Airport; TSA says leave fake bombs, real drugs at home

Busy week at Eugene Airport; TSA says leave fake bombs, real drugs at home
The Eugene Airport

If you are flying this Thanksgiving or expect guests arriving by plane, be prepared: about 14,000 people will travel through the Eugene Airport this week.

“Thanksgiving is one of our busiest travel times here at the Eugene Airport,” said Tim Doll, Eugene Airport Director. “Our entire team here at EUG is ready for the influx of passengers.”

The busiest day is forecast to be Sunday, November 30, with nearly 1,600 departing passengers. An average day sees 1,280 passenger.

No criminal indictments in Ferguson police shooting case

No criminal indictments in Ferguson police shooting case »Play Video

A grand jury declined to indict a Ferguson police officer in the shooting death of Michael Brown, the county's top prosecutor said.

The grand jury heard all of the evidence in the case.

The prosecutor said the 24-hour news cycle - and social media - made the investigation difficult.

Watch #LiveOnKMTR for the latest on the story | Ferguson Live Feed

'Seeing them more themselves, more radiant and expressive - what could be better?'

'Seeing them more themselves, more radiant and expressive - what could be better?' »Play Video

While the kids are shaking their bodies, they're also shaking away their troubles.

Sparkplug Dance founder Rachael Carnes teaches the program at the Relief Nursery.

She said they're teaching kids how to express their emotions, especially the negative ones, in a healthy manner.