Zombie, horror and sci-fi fans fans descended on Atlanta recently for the second annual Walker Stalker Convention.
"We had 600 people come together for a party and I thought well, if we can do a fan meet up, slowly ticket sales went from 1,000 to 2,000 to 3,000," said James Frazier, co-founder of Walker Stalker Con. "It's people that all have a common bond, a common love for zombies."
From costumes to custom-made zombie weaponry, vendors had it all for the horror fans.
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Kirk Bassett is one of three senior captains for the South Eugene soccer team.
He's been steadily improving since his freshman year and is now the 6A Southwest Conference Player of the Year.
Unbeaten so far this season on the soccer pitch, the Axemen has its sights set high.
Bassett said the goal is to win the state title - and he's confident that if they take care of business, they can do it.
Registered voters aren't the only people hoping to have their voices heard this year.
Students at South Eugene High School held a mock election Thursday.
A rainy end of October with some windy days has left people with a mess to clean up in their yards and gardens.
And there may be some jobs you’ve neglected so far in autumn.
The public often lets feelings of fear drive their perception of a risk, rather than the probability of the risk actually happening, said University of Oregon Psychology Professor Paul Slovic.
With Ebola in the headlines, Slovic said, our thoughts of possibly contracting the disease hit all the risk perception hot buttons. It's unfamiliar, it's deadly, it's invisible, and not easily controllable.
Slovic says we tend to overreact and over-prepare, so that a disease doesn't spread. He says a lot of the precautions are more to ease the public fears than prevent a tragedy.
Have you bought a laptop, iPad or other electronics on Craigslist?
Eugene Police want to know if you bought them from 21-year-old Kingsley Nkwonta.
Patients getting MRI scans at Sacred Heart at River Bend will get an experience they aren't likely to get anywhere else in the Pacific Northwest.
Adam Mellott, Riverbend’s Imaging Services Manager, said the machine can treat people of all sizes, from small children and obese adults.