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Local Police: Suspect texted ex-wife saying ‘he had just murdered her lover boy’ Police: Suspect texted ex-wife saying ‘he had just murdered her lover boy’ (Photo Gallery) (Video)
Two men are dead after a lengthy standoff in South Eugene Friday, according to the Eugene Police Department. Police responded to shots fired in 2100 block of McLean Boulevard in South Eugene Friday. Now, police say the long ordeal is likely headed to a murder and suicide investigation.

Fire restrictions increase as crews are stretched thin across the state

Fire restrictions increase as crews are stretched thin across the state »Play Video
MAP: Statewide fire restrictions

State foresters and local fire chiefs resumed a complete shutdown of industrial activity in the woods and on lands under their protection due to the extreme fire danger.

'Several homes were saved due to the direct action of fire crews'

'Several homes were saved due to the direct action of fire crews' »Play Video
Air tanker drop on the Canyon Creek Complex August 16.

Firefighters carving fire line on the ground and dumping retardant from the air saved several homes from the flames of the Canyon Creek Complex on Monday, fire managers said.

305 Hillary Clinton emails may have contained classified govt. information

305 Hillary Clinton emails may have contained classified govt. information

As Hillary Clinton campaigns for president, questions about her private email server scandal grow louder. Now, 305 of her emails turned over for investigation are considered “questionable” and may have contained classified government information.

Gov. declares state of emergency following Alaska landslides

Gov. declares state of emergency following Alaska landslides

Four people are unaccounted for after Sitka was affected by multiple landslides and a sinkhole Tuesday morning, according to city spokesperson Sara Peterson.

Photos: Incredible shots of animals in action

Photos: Incredible shots of animals in action
She may have come to photography later on in life but 58-years-young Gillian Lloyd is already making a name for herself with her stunning animal and wildlife images. A Guild of Photographers member Gillian’s passion for photography was born when her husband bought her a Nikon D40 DSLR ) plus a Safari trip to South Africa!) for her 50th birthday: “This got me hooked on both wildlife and photography,” she explains. In fact with the help of her husband, Gillian now has her own wetlands area in the garden where she can take her own “garden safaris”, spending hours just watching and hopefully capturing that extraordinary image. Whilst many of her shots are taken from the comfort of her own home Gillian does also venture further afield to pursue her new found hobby. “We travel a lot too,” she explains. “Always with a photographic angle (99% wildlife) in mind.” “My ambition is to be able to give up all consultancy work and focus 100% on photography; ideally photographing and working on images of wildlife and travel.. and only undertaking other photography as a charitable service.” Photo Credit: WENN.com