Griffin is considered the team's leader and says expectations are high this season for his team.
He also plays soccer and baseball for Elmira.
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A man got life in prison for strangling his girlfriend and dumping her body in the woods east of Cottage Grove last summer.
In 1971, Governor Tom McCall passed the Oregon Bottle Bill, making our state the first in the nation with a bottle return program.
More than four decades later, Oregonians continue to blaze the trail in sustainability, and now have nearly a dozen cetralized bottle drop centers around the state.
With the voter approved Springfield Public Schools bond measure, every school will see some improvements.
The biggest project, set to be completed in the year 2017, is the replacement of Hamlin Middle School, a 57-year-old building.
Security cameras caught a man breaking into a Northeast Portland guitar shop three times since late October, and now the shop's owner is asking for the public's help in finding him.
The man charged in the shooting death of Seattle wine steward Yancy Noll told jurors on Monday he doesn't remember reading an online manual on how to avoid being arrested, but admits he destroyed most of the evidence after the August 2012 shooting.
Last year, snow postponed the Springfield Christmas Parade.
A year later, balmy weather welcomed crowds.
Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota, Alabama receiver Amari Cooper and Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon are the finalists for the 2014 Heisman Trophy.
Parker Moore, a 20-year-old linebacker at Linfield College, was killed the night of Saturday, Nov. 15 at a 7-Eleven near the school’s campus. Police later shot and killed the suspect, 33-year-old Joventino Bermudez-Arenas of McMinnville, during a confrontation.
The man accused of trying to hire a hit man to kill a neighbor has had ongoing problems with people in his River Road neighborhood, court documents reveal.
Acting on a tip, Eugene Police say undercover detectives arrested Jeffrey Wright Leonard, 57, in what police described as a murder-for-hire plot.
Police said Leonard tried to hire a former cellmate to run a neighbor off the road. The prospective hitman notified authorities.
Neighbors have sought restraining orders and other court-ordered protections from Leonard in the last year. Leonard was jailed twice in 2014 for violating restraining orders against him.