When a teacher had class sit down, the teacher realized the man didn't belong in the room.
The teacher called the man to the front of the room to get him out.
That's when he exposed himself to the teacher and two students, according to police.
Sara Hall, a junior forward at Sheldon High School, has helped lead the Irish to 18 wins this season.
Teams of grade-schoolers from across Lane County put their literary knowledge to the test Saturday at the Oregon Battle of the Books. The nearly 48 different teams representing their school gathered at Thurston High, competing on how much they knew based on 16 different titles.
As the push for a minimum wage hike makes its way to the senate floor, some local business owners are worried about what it could mean for their own employees.
“If it’s not set up correctly or indexed to something that makes sense then it artificially drives up the cost for everyone else,” said business owner Dan Egan.
The bill hasn’t hit the Senate floor yet, however some Democrats in congress say it could be in the $9-$10 range. There hasn’t been a national increase to minimum wage since 2009, when it jumped to $7.25 an hour.
In the course of 30 years, the number of on-duty firefighters and paramedics hasn’t changed much for the Eugene-Springfield Fire Department. They operate with about the same staff as they did in 1985, said Lane Professionals Firefighters Association president Mike Barnebey.
The same can’t be said for their response calls, which have risen around 700 percent since the 80’s.
A Toledo woman faces multiple charges after she crashed into a telephone pole before driving into a creek Friday morning, the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office said.
Police arrested Gerald Roy Strebendt Thursday night for the murder of 53 year-old David Crofut on January 29.
Strebendt claimed self-defense in the shooting death of David Paul Crofut, 53, after a minor traffic accident at South 57th and Bob Straub Parkway in Springfield on Wednesday, January 29.
Springfield Police Sgt. David Lewis said Strebendt’s arrest stemmed from discrepancies between his account to 911 dispatchers and multiple witness testimonies.
"It just doesn't add up, that someone should have been shot in the incidence,” said Sgt. Lewis. "When we were notified about the indictment and the warrant, we actually when out looking for him.”