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Local 'We think as teenagers we're invincible, but we're not. It can easily happen to us' 'We think as teenagers we're invincible, but we're not. It can easily happen to us'
Teenagers at a Eugene high school got a firsthand look at the dangers of drinking and driving through a two-day seminar put on by the Lane County Sheriff’s Office.

On Wednesday, hundreds of students at Churchill High listened as a father described losing his young daughter in a drunk driving crash.
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This week will be a busy one for the Easter bunny. You may spot the bunny at an Easter egg hunt near you. This weekend, there are several places where kids can hop to it as they fill up their baskets.

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Internet security flaw: Take action against 'Heartbleed Bug'

Internet security flaw: Take action against 'Heartbleed Bug' »Play Video

If you're not already in the habit of frequently changing your online passwords, Tthe Heartbleed Bug should provide extra incentive to do it.
      
"You never know what kind of flaw out there could cause, sort of open the door for hackers to get in to your  private information," said Lindsay Turrentine, editor in chief at CNET.com. 

That's just what security experts discovered the Heartbleed Bug was doing. 

It's not a computer virus, per se, but instead a major flaw in a widely-used encryption software that usually protects your personal information. 

"Because of the magnitude of the mistake, people who are engaging in malicious activities, people whose job it is to try to steal your data, it's made it very easy to do that, without being detected," Turrentine said.