During ice-snow emergencies, on-street parking on priority transportation routes is banned.
Unless you absolutely have to travel, your best bet is to stay put during a snow event.
But if you have to get to work or school, be aware of local plow schedules, bus snow routes - and how to use those tire chains lurking in your trunk.
Two of the proposals for Eugene Civic Stadium preserve the grandstands.
Two promise to preserve elements of the property's past even as they transform the property - one into a retail shopping center, the other a YMCA complex and neighborhood.
There's nothing like a blanket of fresh snow to make for picturesque scenes around the Pacific Northwest, but among the snowmen and sleigh rides are hidden secrets of the breath-taking beauty of Mother Nature.
But photographer Alexey Kljatov has unlocked some of those secrets, using a unique camera set up to get intricate photos of individual snowflakes, which show off an amazing level of detail that each snowflake carries. They say no two snowflakes are alike, and these photographs show why.
The man convicted of using a hidden camera to spy on his neighbor's 10-year-old daughter was sentenced to 35 days in jail at the Springfield Municipal Court on Wednesday.
Dana Bishop, 64, received credit for time served. He will have to serve another 10 days in the Springfield Jail.
In addition, Bishop will be on probation for 3 years and have to serve 100 hours of community service in Coos County.
Farmers nationwide, especially in the Pacific Northwest, have reported their Christmas trees are dying.
According to the owners at Roberts Tree Farm in Roseburg, our area dodged a bullet.
Lane Community College’s student population is falling, and administrators say cuts are needed to keep the school healthy.
During the recession, the student body grew by 43 percent.
More staff were brought on, and class sections were added.
But in the last year, things have changed.
With more jobs available, an increasing number of residents are opting out of school, and returning to work.
In 2013, enrollment at LCC decreased by 8.6 percent.
Eugene Water and Electric Board household ratepayers will see a 4.5 percent increase in the cost of power next year - about $6 per month for the typical single family home.
The EWEB board voted unanimously to approve the rate increase Tuesday.