By Chelsea Kopta, KATU NewsPublished: Mar 7, 2014 at 9:55 PM PDTLast Updated: Mar 7, 2014 at 9:55 PM PDT
Time is running out to apply for private health insurance through Cover Oregon, the state's health insurance exchange. Individuals have one week left to sign up if they want coverage by Apr. 1. and the final deadline is March 31.
The best tattoo artists from across the globe gathered at the WIllamalane Center in Springfield this weekend for the inaugural Evergreen Tattoo Invitational.
One of the dozens of artists filling the Willamalane Center was Joey Hamilton, winner of the reality show Ink Masters. He feels that much of the tattoo world is changing, as artists explore how they use skin as a canvas.
“People who go to college and get the art degrees are coming in to tattooing, so that’s changing how tattoos look,” said Hamilton.
After taking a deep breath and closing their eyes, the kids in Chelsea Knight’s Imagination Yoga class can magically teleport anywhere. They visit the jungle, venture into outer space, and dive into the depths of the deep blue sea.
Wearable technology has conquered the gym, the catwalk, and now, its whipping down the slopes. Sports enthusiasts are always looking for an edge, and Oakley believes it has its wearable solution for skiers: a goggle called Airwave.
Tattoo artists from all over the world came to participate in the inaugural Evergreen Tattoo Invitational, organized by a Eugene tattoo industry veteran, Joshua Carlton. He said he wanted to hold a convention put on by a tattoo artist rather than someone not affiliated with the tattoo industry.
An Amber Alert issued Thursday by police in Washington state came to a conclusion at the Albertson's grocery store on Coburg Road in Eugene when the mother involved called a family member from a landline.
But even though the search ended in Oregon, Oregonians didn't receive an Amber Alert.