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Local 9-1-1 caller reports cougar and cub at Maurie Jacobs Park 9-1-1 caller reports cougar and cub at Maurie Jacobs Park
A caller reported seeing a mountain lion and its cub playing near the entrance to Maurie Jacobs Park to 9-1-1 dispatch workers this morning, Eugene Police said.

Officers responded to the park, however they couldn't find any evidence the cat had been there.

No one home as fire damages Eugene home

No one home as fire damages Eugene home
Fire on Kinney Loop east of Coburg Road on Thursday, April 3, 2014.

Firefighters responded to a house fire on Kinney Loop east of Coburg Road just before 11 a.m. Thursday.

No one was home at the time. Neighbors reported the fire to 911.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

Firefighters said the contents of the home were destroyed.

'Music has taught me to be confident starting at a young age'

'Music has taught me to be confident starting at a young age' »Play Video
"My song 'Less' is about how girls sell themselves short," Bailee said. "I see a lot of my friends getting into relationships that they really don't need to get into. Their self-esteem gets low, and they get into trouble afterwards, and they just don't need to get stuck."

Give 15-year-old Bailee Jordyn a guitar and a song to sing and she's one happy girl. 

The high school freshman is making a name for herself on the local music scene. At the same time, she's hoping to inspire young girls like herself to dream big.

Don't miss Alsea: 'It'd just take a blink and you'd be through it'

Don't miss Alsea: 'It'd just take a blink and you'd be through it' »Play Video
Just down Main Street, you'll find some down home cooking. It's here where Deb’s Café owner Deb Thalman-Estes and her family cook up homemade goodness six days a week.

As you head west on highway 34 from Corvallis to the coast, it's easy to miss the town of Alsea.

You'd have to pay close attention to even find it on the map.

But this small town has plenty of charm.

Much like a Robert Frost poem, Highway 34 is indeed the road less traveled.

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3 dead, 16 injured at Fort Hood: 'We do not know a motive'

3 dead, 16 injured at Fort Hood: 'We do not know a motive' »Play Video
Lt. Gen. Mark Milley

Three people were killed and 16 injured in the attack before the suspected gunman - identified by military sources as 34-year-old Ivan Lopez - apparently turned his weapon on himself.

"He walked into one of the unit buildings, opened fire, got in a vehicle, fired from vehicle, got out walked into another building and opened fire again," Lt. Gen. Mark Milley said.

"We do not know a motive," he said. "Soldier had behavior and mental health issues and was being treated for that."

'There's been an outpouring from the community'

'There's been an outpouring from the community' »Play Video
Jason Henkel

South Albany High School teacher Jason Henkel was diagnosed with stomach cancer in January.

Tuesday night, hundreds of students, staff and residents came out to show support and raise money for the PE instructor and his young family by participating in a donkey basketball tournament.

Chihuahua halts neighborhood mail delivery

Chihuahua halts neighborhood mail delivery »Play Video
The big bark of a little dog is preventing one iowa neighborhood from recieving its mail. Apparently, the U.S. postal carrier assigned to the block isn't convinced the dog's bark isn't bigger than its bite. Jill Kasparie reports.

April foolishness

April foolishness »Play Video
A lot of people got into the spirit of April Fools, including companies and TV programs. Jeanne Moos takes a look at some of the best and the worst.

Stolen Gauguin found after 40 years

Stolen Gauguin found after 40 years »Play Video
A couple of stolen paintings by two french masters have resurfaced after more than 40 years. How Italian investigators found them is a story in itself. Jonathan Mann has that.