A University spokesperson said that isn't true.
In Sand Springs, the winds ripped a doughnut shop to shred.
And there was a dramatic rescue at a kid's gym after the roof collapsed with dozens of young girls inside.
The driver was pronounced dead at Mercy Medical Center. The passenger was transported to Mercy Medical Center with serious injuries and later transported to Eugene.
The Oregon Beverage Recycling Cooperative said the statewide redemption rate at recycling centers last year was around 70 percent.
If that rate doesn't go up this year, the redemption amount will double from 5 to 10 cents starting in 2017.
If the redemption rate doubles, the deposit fee for a 6-pack will go from 30 cents to 60 cents.
It's one small step for Eugene, one giant leap for craft beer.
Last October, Ninkasi Brewing Company and Up Aerospace Incorporated launched six vials of yeast 77 miles above the Earth.
A man is facing child endangerment charges after police received a video of him blowing pot smoke into his one-year-old baby's mouth, Beaverton Police said.
A purported ISIS "hit list" targeting American troops includes Washington addresses alongside pictures and names of military members.
The list calls for ISIS followers, who are known as "Lone wolves", to track down and kill the service members on U.S. soil.
The teen who abducted and raped a woman near Autzen Stadium last fall will spend more than 14 years in prison for his crime.
Judge Debra Vogt sentenced 17-year-old Jaime Tinoco to 170 months in prison for the September attack. Tinoco pleaded guilty last week to rape, kidnapping and assault.
Tinoco smiled during sentencing proceedings on Monday, including testimony from the victim.
When the judge asked him why, he said he didn't know.
We asked our KMTR Facebook fans for puppy photos. Here are some of the slew of photos you shared.