When a teacher had class sit down, the teacher realized the man didn't belong in the room.
The teacher called the man to the front of the room to get him out.
That's when he exposed himself to the teacher and two students, according to police.
You can spend the afterlife anchoring a coral reef, or even your remains pressed into a vinyl record. Now, a Seattle company will even take the ashes of a loved one – and create art.
The city of Springfield bought 1,000 used streetlights from San Diego.
Even after the cost of retrofitting the lights with modern electronics, Brian Barnett with the City of Springfield estimates the cost to the city will be less than half the price of new lights.
“We’re going to put LED kits to improve the light output and the energy efficiency of these fixtures,” he said.
Five hundred of the lamps will illuminate downtown Springfield as the city continues trying to rejuvenate the area.
The remaining lights will be used in the Glenwood redevelopment project and in other areas where older lighting will need to be replaced.
Nine designers stormed into St. Vincet de Paul on Monday, ready to turn used goods into modern fashion.
Designers had one hour to grab materials for their looks that will be on the runway of "Metamorphose," a fashion show.
A man is in custody after he refused to come out and meet with police Monday.
In an attempt to escape, the suspect threatened to throw feces at police, according to officers at the scene.
The incident on Candlelight Drive in West Eugene started around noon when Kenneth William Hinton refused to come out of a home and meet with officers who were attempting to serve a warrant, according to a police spokesperson.
Police used a loudspeaker to ask him to come out.
Then they sent in a dog.
Hinton was taken into custody around 2:40 p.m. after he jumped out a window and made a run for it.
Before being captured, police said Hinton threated to throw his own feces at them.
Shilo Inns Suites Hotels has temporarily pulled out of the Eugene-Springfield area.
The hotel in Springfield is now operating under the general name Eugene-Springfield Hotel for the time being, and is still honoring all reservations, the manager said.
She also added the owners are hoping to meet with Red Lion officials about possibly opening a franchise at the property, but they are also reaching out to all hotel franchises at the time.
A registered sex offender lured a woman into a unisex bathroom at Gateway Mall on Saturday morning and sexually assaulted her, Springfield Police said.
The suspect was captured inside the mall shortly after the attack, police said.
Brexin Reed Shulz, 27, of Eugene faces charges of first degree sodomy and unlawful penetration.
Police said Shulz was convicted of attempted rape and is a registered sex offender.
Shulz lured a woman in her 20s into the bathroom at the mall Saturday and attacked her, according to Sgt. Dave Lewis with Springfield PD.
The woman did not know her attacker, according to police.
As the debate over medical marijuana heats up across the state, Oregon parents Jimmy and Maria Ferris say it has dramatically improved the life of their 18-year-old son Kyle.
Kyle has severe autism. His father, Jimmy, said Kyle was unresponsive to most medications, suffering from multiple seizures a day with very little change in his behavior.
Both parents agree, medicinal marijuana use made for a very positive change in Kyle's life.
"The last time that he saw the doctor he actually turned to the doctor and waved and said goodbye," said Maria. "He was amazed at that, (Kyle) had never done anything like it."
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