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Local UO asks public for feedback on handling sexual assaults UO asks public for feedback on handling sexual assaults (Video)
During the last year, the University of Oregon has responded to reported sexual assaults and rape occurring near campus.

To address these reports, the U of O holding a public meeting Aug. 27 to gather input on how the college can better prevent and address the problems of sexual assaults.

For those that can’t attend or would prefer to remain anonymous can submit questions or comments online.
Local Brothers start lemonade stand to help cover $35,000 church organ repairs Brothers start lemonade stand to help cover $35,000 church organ repairs (Photo Gallery) (Video)
While some kids stake out on the street corner to turn lemonade into some summertime cash, these two brothers are working to restore a 108-year-old organ at an Albany church.

The organ at the Whitespires Berean Fellowship church has been out of commission since about 2006. It'll cost nearly $100,000 to repair the historic pipe organ, and the church is about $35,000 short.

That's where 6-year-old Peter and 4-year old Simon come in. They've held a few lemonade stands this year, squeezing out some extra cash for the repairs.

OSU to run pharmacy at Community Health Centers

OSU to run pharmacy at Community Health Centers »Play Video

The College of Pharmacy and Health Centers have teamed up to operate the full-service pharmacy, which will be available only to Health Centers clients and will be operated by College of Pharmacy faculty, staff and students.

Rescuers find missing man alive but weak

Rescuers find missing man alive but weak
Robert Palmer

Search and rescue crews from across southwest Oregon are en route to an active rescue operation for an insulin-dependent diabetic man who got lost in the woods picking mushrooms Sunday.

Forest fire west of Waldo Lake closes trails

Forest fire west of Waldo Lake closes trails
Smoke from a fire on the far side of Waldo Lake on Saturday, August 16. Photo courtesy Willamette National Forest

A forest fire west of Waldo Lake prompted the Willamette National Forest to implement an emergency closure affecting several trails.

2014 holds hottest summer on record for parts of Oregon

2014 holds hottest summer on record for parts of Oregon
This map shows how July 2014's average temperature ranked across the lower 48 when compared to data recorded over the last century.

Officials from the National Weather Service found that the unusually warm overnight temperatures have boosted the average daily temperatures, making the summer of 2014 one of the warmest on record.

Heads Up Football program: 'Anything we can do... to reduce head and neck injuries'

Heads Up Football program: 'Anything we can do... to reduce head and neck injuries'

With football season right around the corner, players across the nation are gearing up for practice. Experts are warning coaches about on-field dangers.

USA Football held a Heads Up Football coach clinic in Eugene on Sunday, focusing on player safety. The clinic is part of an initiative to lower the neck and head injuries that youth players can get playing football.

Coaches learned about concussion awareness, equipment fitting and tackling training.

Woman attempts to sing National Athem in all 50 states

Woman attempts to sing National Athem in all 50 states »Play Video
Thanks to donations and a motivation to support and recognize America's heroes, a New York native is getting a lot of attention. She's attempting to sing the star spangled banner in all 50 states. On Friday, she made stop number 47 on her journey, in Louisville. Shannan Cogan has more.