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Police officer shoots, kills man in Bethel neighborhood

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An officer shot and killed a man reported as a suicidal subject just after 5 p.m. Monday in the Bethel neighborhood of West Eugene.

The identity of the man and the officer have not yet been released.

This is a developing story. Watch #LiveOnKMTR for more on this story

Couple pulls autistic son from school after finding bruises

Couple pulls autistic son from school after finding bruises »Play Video
Claudia and David Engelsman say it can be a challenge to handle their son, who is autistic, but he shouldn't be coming home with bruises.

Both parents said as tough as it can be to deal with their son, he shouldn't be coming home with bruises, which they said they’ve discovered four times on their child since January of last year.

Landslide continues to threaten homes in Washington

Landslide continues to threaten homes in Washington »Play Video
Residents who live near a large landslide that started last Friday in Des Moines say they can see that it's getting bigger.

Lawmakers look to ban powdered alcohol in Oregon

Lawmakers look to ban powdered alcohol in Oregon »Play Video

Pour in water, shake and voila you've got alcohol.

Powdered alcohol isn't even available yet to buy, and Oregon is looking to ban it.

Palcohol, an Arizona based company, got FDA approval earlier this month.

A handful of states have already banned its sale, and that number may double as states across the country consider similar measures.

Amtrak service between Eugene and Portland in jeopardy

Amtrak service between Eugene and Portland in jeopardy »Play Video
U.S. Congressman Peter DeFazio speaks to the crowd at the ribbon cutting event in Eugene in July 2013 for a new train purchased with federal dollars. If Oregon halts Amtrak service between Eugene and Portland, the state would have to repay the feds or give the trains away. (File photo via Oreogn DOT Flickr)

Oregon's only Amtrak route from Eugene to Portland is in jeopardy of shutting down.

The Oregon Department of Transportation needs $10.4 million to maintain operations. The state's current budget cuts that in half.