Four boys will likely face second degree arson charges for lighting the initial fire that spread out of control and burned historic Eugene Civic Stadium to the ground on Monday.
Eugene Police released this series of photographs taken inside the crime scene at Civic Stadium.
Some were worried about the dry conditions while others looked forward to Fourth of July fun.
"Young people aren't going into the trades like they used to,” says Angie Hicks with the online Angie’s List. “This becomes a problem for homeowners because it becomes more difficult for them to find people to do work around their home and maintenance work."
He says emphatically that declining federal timber funds have decimated the DA's Office and the sheriff. “It's getting more difficult as time goes on to do the work that we're all sworn to do. Obviously, that alone is a challenge.”
Wednesday marked the first day of legalized recreational marijuana in Oregon, but there are still policies that pot consumers need to abide by.
A motorcyclist who left the scene after his passenger fell off Wednesday night has been arrested, Eugene Police said.
With Measure 91 in effect, Greenhill Human Society is urging marijuana users to be mindful around their pets.
More questions than answers surround the Civic Stadium fire which destroyed the structure Monday evening. Now asbestos is a concern.
As it turns out, planting a cherry pit probably won't grow the tree you want.