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Local High wind forces changes for Hood To Coast High wind forces changes for Hood To Coast (Video)
197 miles from Mount Hood to Seaside. That's hard enough in perfect conditions, but the first major storm in months rolled in making conditions for the Hood To Coast relay race far from ideal.

Police: Suspect, victim dead in McLean Blvd. standoff

Police: Suspect, victim dead in McLean Blvd. standoff »Play Video
Units from multiple police agencies responded to South Eugene on Friday.

Two men are dead after a lengthy standoff in Eugene Friday, according to the Eugene Police Department.

Oakleigh Meadows Cohousing on hold

Oakleigh Meadows Cohousing on hold »Play Video

A housing project near the Willamette River remains on hold as residents question whether the development fits the neighorhood.

Corvallis Police TAP distracted drivers

Corvallis Police TAP distracted drivers »Play Video
"It's a hands-free cell phone law, so you can have it on speaker but it can't be on your hand. It has to be in a cradle in your dash or cup holder, but to have it on speaker and up in front of your mouth, doesn't make it hands-free."

Police plan to crack down on distracted driving in Corvallis as part of a TAP: a tactical action plan.

Youth Corps: 'Make an impact within the community'

Youth Corps: 'Make an impact within the community' »Play Video
The Northwest Youth Corps at work on Skinner Butte August 27, 2015.

The Northwest Youth Corps worked to restore the stone steps at Skinner Butte Park during a 5-week summer program.

Fire burns city-owned building in Mill City

Fire burns city-owned building in Mill City »Play Video
A fire destroyed a city-owned building in Mill City on Thursday, leaving behind a burned shell. (KATU Photo)

The building was part of a multiuse structure that also housed Linn County office buildings, including a sheriff's substation, the city library, and a few shops for city equipment. 

'I don't want to see another Alison tragedy'

'I don't want to see another Alison tragedy' »Play Video
Alison Parker, 24, and Adam Ward, 27, were murdered in the middle of a live interview by a former reported fired from the station in 2013. Their interview subject was wounded but survived.

A day after their colleagues were shot to death, the staff of WDBJ-TV observed a moment of silence for the victims.

College classmate remembers Virginia reporter killed in shooting

College classmate remembers Virginia reporter killed in shooting »Play Video

The news of a TV reporter and photographer shot and killed by a former coworker hit close to home for one Eugene man who now says he’s in shock.