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The Oregon Senate voted 17 to 13 to pass a bill intended to help close the wage gap for women and people of color.
Eugene Police are asking for the public’s help finding a stolen gun they say someone might be trying to sell.
A baby lamb at a small farm in Canada has found a surprising new family after being rejected by its mother.
Emerald Valley BMX Track has been a victim of vandalism, illegal dumping, and most recently burglary. But now, organizers of the nonprofit group say the outpouring of support since the robbery has been overwhelming.
Many high school athletes took home medals at the State Track and Field Championships at Hayward Field last weekend, but few drew cheers louder than Siuslaw High School freshmen Josh Payne.
A bill that would make so-called “revenge porn” illegal passed the Oregon House Sunday. Representatives voted to ban the sharing of intimate personal images without the consent of the person in the image.
The project has been in the works since 2012. A unique function of the planned park is that it will be suitable for children with disabilities.
Eugene Police now have a sketch of the man they say attempted to kidnap a woman in front of a local hotel Saturday. The man fled the parking lot in a vehicle, described as a “sporty” silver colored car, similar to a Hyundai.
The Eugene City Council held a public hearing over the plan to build a 75-foot cell phone tower, also called a mono-pole pine tree.
A new National Collegiate Athletic Association report card shows the University of Oregon’s basketball program avoided potentially disastrous academic penalties last year despite cutting three players who were caught up in a rape investigation.