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Family of veteran killed by police: 'Why aren't we getting the information we need?'

Family of veteran killed by police: 'Why aren't we getting the information we need?'
Family and friends set up a memorial outside Brian Babb's home, where he was shot and killed by police March 30. An interagency investigation found officers were justified in using deadly force when Babb shouldered a high-power rifle and pointed it at them. Police later found the rifle was not loaded.

Sixty days ago Saturday, Eugene Police shot and killed veteran Brian Babb when he shouldered a high-powered rifle and pointed it towards officers.

Police later discovered the weapon was unloaded.

Babb's family and his therapist at the VA, who initially called 911 that night, have been critical of the police response.

And on Friday, his family said they have yet to receive the medical examiner's report and an unedited copy of the 911 call Babb's therapist placed.

4th graders learn about Pioneer Period at Douglas County Fairgrounds

4th graders learn about Pioneer Period at Douglas County Fairgrounds

After spending a year learning about the Pioneer Period of the 19th century, 800 fourth graders visited the fairgrounds from all around the county to have an interactive learning experience about the Oregon Trail pioneers.

Blatter elected to 5th term as head of FIFA

Blatter elected to 5th term as head of FIFA
"I take the responsibility to bring back FIFA."

Sepp Blatter, already the most powerful man in world sport, has been re-elected for a fifth term as president of FIFA.

Sheriff: Jail deputy saved life of choking inmate

Sheriff: Jail deputy saved life of choking inmate »Play Video
From help to Heimlich to hurray.

A Linn County Jail deputy performed the Heimlich maneuver on an inmate who was unable to breathe as he choked on a breakfast bar Firday morning.

Undie Run 2015: 'It is a non-profit event'

Undie Run 2015: 'It is a non-profit event' »Play Video
Enthusiastic runners kept the party going by taking a quick detour off the path by running through the Knight Library before joining the dance party on the lawn. Ami Tajiri, Oregon News Lab

University of Oregon students met in the Memorial Quad to take off their clothes for charity Thursday in the Emerald Media Group’s annual Undie Run.

How did a human body end up in the sewer?

How did a human body end up in the sewer? »Play Video
Crews on scene Wednesday, May 27, 2015

"I've worked here for 32 years," said Dave Breitenstein, wastewater operations manager for the City of Eugene, "and this is a first for me."