Last week, the U of O’s Senate Task Force addressing sexual violence and victim support programs on campus issued a list of recommendations to university officials.
On the list of over 20 suggestions was a call to immediately suspend the university’s plans to expand fraternity and sorority life.
Lubash said they also want to have a member of each Greek Life house to sit on a task force so they can educate each fraternity and sorority on the reporting process.
Police are asking Eugene homeowners to keep their garages locked after receiving several reports of homes being burglarized in the Santa Clara and River Road area.
Some new cuisine options are rolling into Springfield as a program to bring food carts into the city enters its pilot phase.
City officials are working with NEDCO (or the Neighborhood Economic Development Corporation) on a new food cart program.
The partnership started earlier this summer as another effort to revitalize downtown, said Neil Laudati, a spokesman for the City of Springfield.
Jury selection started this week for David Bowen of Cottage Grove, who is accused of murder, abuse of a corpse and tampering with physical evidence in the death and disappearance of Beaverton resident Tammy Borda in Lane County.
An Oregon Coast woman reported missing Tuesday night was found safe and is no longer considered missing, state police said.
Oregon State Police asked for the public's help locating Elizabeth "Betsy" Anne Garner, 33, of Gleneden Beach.
She was last seen around 8 p.m. when a coworker dropped Garner off at Fishing Rock State Park in Lincoln Beach, a small coastal community north of Depoe Bay, police said.
Police said she was located safe and is no longer considered missing.
A train struck and killed a Brownsville teen Monday night moments after he was told it was unsafe to walk along the railroad tracks, the sheriff's office said.
Luke James Warner, 19, was hit and killed by a southbound Amtrak train just before 11 p.m., Linn County Sheriff Bruce Riley said.
»Play Video The Clark County Sheriff's Office tweeted this picture of the crash.
Four children and three other people received minor injuries Tuesday when a school bus was involved in a crash with at least two cars.
»Play Video Doctors advised the family to get their things in order: Lauren wouldn't live past December. To Lauren, that meant she still had time to make her dream come true.
Which brings us to October 1, 2014: Lauren's 19th birthday. There was a surprise party after practice with her teammates from The Mount.
When Mount Saint Joseph University opens its women's basketball season in November, the opening game will be unforgettable.
It won't have anything to do with the score.
For one incoming freshman, taking the floor will be fulfilling the dream of a lifetime.
If she lives that long.
Dozens of employees from McKenzie Willamette Medical Center gathered starting at 6 a.m. to take a stand on what they describe as unfair labor practices surrounding the cost of their health care.
»Play Video This device could be one way the state could track the number of miles you drive. ODOT says it is GPS capable but does not transmit your location.
That electric car could save you a lot of money at the pump. But when you buy less gas, you also pay less in gas taxes, which help pay for road repair.
"As we have more fuel-efficient vehicles on the road, less and less funding to maintain roads, and it just spells disaster, ultimately, for our transportation system," said Michelle Godfrey with the Oregon Department of Transportation, "So, we have to find an alternative."
The alternative, Godfrey said, is a pilot program starting next year, where 5,000 volunteers can pay their road repair taxes per mile, rather than per gallon of gas.