»Play Video "An ad was placed with a female claiming to be underage," said Sgt. Kyle Williams. "So the people responding to the ad were very clear - clearly understood - that this was an underage female, not an adult that they were trying to arrange to meet."
Police arrested 6 men in 6 hours on prostitution charges Thursday after officers posted fictitious ads posing as women online.
The first online ad claimed to be an underage girl looking for companionship.
The second claimed to be a 27-year-old female.
The sting was a followup to Operation Cross Country, a multi-day undercover operations targeting child sex trafficking operations in the Portland and Eugene areas.
The scene near the McCullough Bridge on Thursday afternoon
A suspect went over the railing on the McCullough Bridge as a Coos County Deputy tried to arrest him Thursday afternoon.
Behold the first steak ever grilled... On lava! Jeanne Moos reports this gastronomic eruption has been described as tasting like "the best steak ever."
A Wisconsin dentist's office is using therapy dogs to help keep patients calm. Bridget Curran has the story.
»Play Video Inside a Whole Foods Market. File photo
Whole Foods Market plans to open its ninth Oregon store location in Eugene in the first half of 2016.
»Play Video Charles Irwin was found on Danebo Avenue late Wednesday night
A man found injured on a West Eugene road has died.
Now police are asking for the public's help figuring out what happened.
Police identified the man as 33-year-old Charles Lewis Irwin. He was last listed as a Springfield resident.
Irwin was found just after 11 p.m. Wednesday on S. Danebo Avenue near W. 11th Avenue.
A bicycle was found nearby. There was not substantial damage to the bicycle, police said. There were no other people or vehicles in the area.
Medics rushed Irwin to the hospital, but he died from his injuries, police said.
»Play Video Robin Pfeiffer
You may be withering in the Willamette Valley heat, but wine grapes are far from turning into raisins.
"They love between 80 and 90, and they're doing just fine, thank you very much," said Robin Pfeiffer at Pfeiffer Vineyards. "But when it gets up into the mid to high 90s and above, they kind of gather and shut down and they don't do as well as they do at those low temperatures."
Gardeners wait months for their fruit and veggies to ripen.
Once it does, that bumper crop can often be too much to handle. But there are places where you can take some of that excess produce.
Watch Joel in the Garden on KMTR NewsSource16 at 6 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Thursdays
It’s a real life love story, the life and death of Don and Maxine Simpson.
The search for a missing Oregon mother has been extended to Washington state's San Juan Islands, after police learned that she had visited there before in the past and that it was one of her favorite spots.