Deputies say they do not know what caused him to drown, but according to witnesses he was heard calling for help; he then submerged and never resurfaced.
Due to the dry conditions, a variety of fruits and veggies are ready weeks ahead of schedule.
Fireworks became legal on Friday and will remain legal through next Monday in Eugene, but not all types of sparks are legal.
Dozens of vendors displayed their products and services while women got to attend free health and fitness seminars.
Eugene Police are asking the public to be alert as they search for a man they say robbed an ATM user at gunpoint in the early morning hours Saturday.
How prepared is your neighborhood if disaster strikes? Some Eugene residents got a lesson in emergency planning Saturday.
Students in the Empowerment and Leadership for Youth program had the chance Saturday to learn coffee making skills at South Eugene High School. The ELY Program students served up free coffee at Axespresso Saturday afternoon to lucky visitors; it’s all part of the training for these enterprising young people who are learning to be baristas.
Alaska State Troopers say two of the nine people killed when their sightseeing plane crashed in southeast Alaska were from Medford, Oregon.
With a scorching weekend and excessive heat warning through 8 p.m. Sunday, Eugene residents are flocking to lakes, rivers, and more; but staying safe in the water is just as important as protecting yourself from the heat.