A driver grabbed a hatchet while having a verbal and non-verbal exchange with another driver about a questionable lane change Friday morning, Eugene Police said.
»Play Video Jerome Kersey (June 26, 1962 - Feb. 18, 2015). A still image of Kersey as a Blazer that was shown during his public memorial Monday, March 2, 2015 at Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
The community came together Monday to remember and honor Portland Trail Blazer great Jerome Kersey, man who inspired people on and off the court.
Logan Tovey was one of the first people on the scene of a crash February 22 that killed three children. He works at Figaro's pizza, one of the businesses near the intersection of 54th and Main streets.
London McCabe's family is talking about his death for the first time. His father and uncle are still working through grief, but they want something good to come from this tragedy.
Alex Chinneck recently unveiled his latest mind-bending installation, "Pick Yourself Up and Pull Yourself Together." Featuring: Atmosphere. London, United Kingdom. 27 Feb 2015. Credit: Supplied by WENN.com
Renowned for his quirky installations, the last of which was a life size melting house, Alex Chinneck recently unveiled "Pick Yourself Up and Pull Yourself Together".
Four-year-old Cosette Swart is making a splash in the world of art, having sold a staggering sixty paintings to date, and raising $4,000 through her paintings. Featuring: Atmosphere. Calgary, Canada. 27 Feb 2015. Credit: Supplied by WENN.com
She may be a mere four years old but little Cosette Swart is already making a big splash in the world of art, having sold a staggering sixty paintings to date.
Skiing might not be the first thing on your mind this winter, but one extreme local athlete is taking the sport to new heights.
Oregon State University researchers have received a $1 million grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation that will allow them to outfit a pair of undersea gliders with acoustical sensors to identify biological “hot spots” in the coastal ocean.
Stanford Cardinal Brittany McPhee (#12) goes for the ball after Stanford Cardinal Kaylee Johnson (#5) knocks down Oregon Duck Megan Carpenter (#40). The Oregon Ducks Women's Basketball Team ended their season on a high note, defeating the Stanford Cardinal 62 – 55 in Matthew Knight Arena Sunday afternoon. Jillian Alleyne earned yet another double double, with 22 points and 12 rebounds. Amanda Delgado scored 10, Lexi Petersen added 11 and Katelyn Loper scored 9. Katie Pietzold, Oregon News Lab.
“Stanford is the standard by which everybody in this conference is judged,” said head coach Kelly Graves. “To do what we did tonight speaks so much for the character of our team, how they’ve really improved and the ability that we have.”
A group of mothers are gathering to breastfeed at a McMinnville Goodwill to protest a tweet from an employee working at the store.