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A new National Collegiate Athletic Association report card shows the University of Oregon’s basketball program avoided potentially disastrous academic penalties last year despite cutting three players who were caught up in a rape investigation.
It takes place Sunday. The event will help raise money and bring in food for the local Food for Lane County organization.
Boaters no longer have to call or visit the Salem office during business hours to verify they have a card, and then wait for snail mail for their replacement, which typically takes two to three weeks.
It happens Saturday, May 30th at 7:00 p.m. in Albany at the Linn County Fair & Expo Center.
This week In the Kitchen, Chef Becky shows us how to make Browned Butter Sugar Cookies.
Making browned butter will give these cookies a delicious caramel taste that you will love.
A human body was recovered from the bottom of a "wet well" at a sewage pumping station.
"We don't have any more information until we retrieve the body and start a process to find out what happened here," Melinda McLaughlin, Eugene Police spokesperson, said Wednesday evening.
The body had been recovered by Thursday morning after crews pumped the wastewater out of a deep underground shaft.
McLaughlin said Thursday that the identity of the deceased is not yet known. The medical examiner has yet to identify the person's gender or cause of death.
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Police investigating accusations that a man sexually abused a child under 12 years of age discovered photos on the man's phone taken under a woman's skirt without her permission.
Lane Community College is nearly finished with renovations of the student center building.
Demolition started December 15, 2013.
The center building was originally built more than 50 years ago.
A Eugene Police Deparment employee resigned after investigators say she leaked confidential information about a felony case to a loved one in which he was the suspect.
About 900 first graders from Springfield headed for college Wednesday for the Gift of Literacy program.