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Collaborative photo series highlights 'art of bodypainting'

Collaborative photo series highlights 'art of bodypainting'
'Bodypainting meets Art' is an emerging photo series, born from a collaboration between body artist Jörg Düsterwald and photographer Tschiponnique Skupin. Various professions are artistically presented by body painted models with real businesses and authentic locations used in the creative process. Images showcased will be featured in the 2015 Working Art Bodypainting Calendar entitled 'Wallpaper'. Featuring: Jan D. Ehlers. Hajen, Niedersachsen, Germany. 14 Oct 2014. Credit: Tschiponnique Skupin/Future Image/WENN.com

Veterans swim free on Mondays at Tamarack Pool: 'It gives us all a social network'

Veterans swim free on Mondays at Tamarack Pool: 'It gives us all a social network' »Play Video

Local veterans will be making a splash at a South Eugene pool for free each Monday thanks to a new grant.

The Oregon Country Fair grant does give vets a free aerobic activity at Tamarack Pool, but one former military man said he hopes the program will bring waves of change to the often troubled veteran community.

Studies from the Oregon Health Authority show that many veterans suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder. It also shows that the state's returning service men and women have higher suicide rates.

“It gives us all a social network. And that's important for everyone,” said Ted Vasquez, a disabled Vietnam War vet.

Texas hospital apologizes for incorrectly diagnosing Ebola patient in September

Texas hospital apologizes for incorrectly diagnosing Ebola patient in September

The chief executive in charge of the Texas Presbyterian Hospital, where Ebola patient Thomas Duncan's symptoms were incorrectly diagnosed, issued a public apology.

A full-page ad appeared in the Sunday editions of the Dallas Morning News and Fort Worth Star-Telegram newspapers. In the letter, c-e-o Barclay Berdan said Texas Presbyterian "made mistakes in handling this very difficult challenge."

Photos: Ducks rout Dawgs, 45-20 in rivalry game at Autzen

Photos: Ducks rout Dawgs, 45-20 in rivalry game at Autzen
Oregon Ducks Royce Freeman (#21) leaps into the endzone for one of his three scores during the first half against the Washington Huskies. The Ducks left the field at half ahead 28-6. Mary Jane Schulte, Oregon News Lab

The No. 9 Oregon Ducks maintain their 11 game rivalry win streak over the Dawgs after taking a 45-20 victory against Washington at Autzen Saturday, October 18.

Police: Remains found outside Charlottesville could belong to missing UVA student

Police: Remains found outside Charlottesville could belong to missing UVA student

Authorities in Charlottesville, Virginia are still waiting for confirmation on whether the human remains found Saturday belong to Hannah Graham, the University of Virginia student who disappeared five weeks ago.

Police continued to search the rural area a dozen miles outside Charlottesville where they made the disturbing discovery.

Zombies roam Eugene streets, prepping for 'Thrill The World'

Zombies roam Eugene streets, prepping for 'Thrill The World'

Back (from the dead) for their third year, Thrill The World Eugene is raising cash for ShelterCare while joining an annual attempt to break the world record for "most people simultaneously dancing to Michael Jackson's 'Thriller' around the globe."

What if the power goes out?

What if the power goes out in Western Oregon? Here's who to call and how to track the restoration of power where you live.

Community rallies against racism after "anti-diversity" fliers handed out at Springfield HS

Community rallies against racism after "anti-diversity" fliers handed out at Springfield HS »Play Video

The community rallied against racism on Saturday after a man claims he handed out racially intolerant flyers to students at Springfield High School earlier this week.

Our reporters learned the flyers at Springfield High were filled with prejudiced material, including the quote "diversity is white genocide."

The Community Alliance of Lane County held a rally Saturday to send a message that hate speech will not be tolerated.