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Photos: Intricate natural designs on Earth as seen from space

Photos: Intricate natural designs on Earth as seen from space
Sometimes the #world seems to shimmer. #YearInSpace (Photo & Caption: Scott Kelly, courtesy NASA)

Happy 35th anniversary Pac-Man - Wakka Wakka!

Happy 35th anniversary Pac-Man - Wakka Wakka! »Play Video
35 years ago, a legend was born. "Pac-man" made its debut in Japanese arcades. Three-and-a-half decades and billions of glowing dots later, the yellow gaming icon has appeared in more than 70 titles. Chris Boyette takes a look at the colorful history of Pac-man!

Prep Athlete of the Week: Reilly Bloomer

Prep Athlete of the Week: Reilly Bloomer »Play Video
Reilly Bloomer

After a strong showing at districts, South Eugene Axemen senior Reilly Bloomer is looking to leave Eugene a champion on the same track where he watched potential Olympians.
 
"2008 - that is kind of when I started, and that's when the Olympic trials came around, so it definitely had a big influence," he said.

Watch KMTR NewsSource 16 Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. for Prep Athlete of the Week

Police recover 'truckloads' of stolen property

Police recover power equipment, guns and approximately 100 bicycles from a residence after spotting a John Deere Gator Utility Vehicle that was stolen from Sheldon High School on Wednesday.

Remembering those who passed at Domaine Meriwether Vineyard

Remembering those who passed at Domaine Meriwether Vineyard »Play Video

To some, Memorial Day Weekend can feel like the unofficial start to summer and one local winery is celebrating with the illumination of their vineyards.

Public Works Day: 'The kids just have a lot of fun'

Public Works Day: 'The kids just have a lot of fun' »Play Video

Kids spent Thursday playing with dump trucks at Public Works Day, a yearly event that organizers say shows off the services, people and equipment that make the city of Eugene sparkle.

In the Garden: Keeping slugs and snails away

In the Garden: Keeping slugs and snails away

In the Northwest, slugs and snails may be considered “garden enemy number one.” They may be slow-moving critters, but they leave behind a sad trail of damage.