But a Seattle restaurant found an image that could be a sign for Seahawks fans.
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A proposal to build a home was brought before Bandon's Planning Commission last week, but when community members opposed the project, they opened up a written comment period.
Looking for a new career? Maybe you should consider being a Eugene Police officer. The department is hosting a Career Night on Wednesday.
The Evergreen High School teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with a student made her first appearance in a Clark County court on Wednesday.
The Lane County Commission will decide in February whether to send a $35 annual vehicle registration fee to voters for the May ballot.
The University of Oregon says a professor returned the 22,000 emails between 4 University presidents and students, staff and parents that the Presidents Office described as "unlawfully released."
The Boys & Girls Clubs in Sweet Home and Lebanon merged in 2009.
But the Sweet Home club has been operating at an overall loss since 2004 and soon will not be able to support services due to a lack of local funding.
A car collided with a pedestrian near Gateway Mall Monday morning just after 9:30 a.m.
The pedestrian died later in the day from his injuries.
In 2012, more than 1/3 of children in the U.S. were overweight - if not obese.
A recent study in the journal Pediatrics found that a contributing factor is lack of sleep.
Crews cut down the first of 200 trees on Tuesday to make way for the $95 million West Eugene EmX project.
Work will add a lane for the bus rapid transit and extend sidewalks.
We miss those mugs! Our photographer is down in Phoenix and got us some up close and personal photos of our favorite team today during media day. Is it us, or do they all seem to be glowing?!