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Local UOPD: Woman reports sexual assault at Matt Knight Arena UOPD: Woman reports sexual assault at Matt Knight Arena (Video)
A woman reported to police that she was sexually assaulted in a restroom during the Jason Aldean Concert at Matthew Knight Arena on the University of Oregon campus on Saturday, April 25. The woman is not affiliated with the university. She said the incident occurred at about 9 p.m.
Local 'Obviously he touched a lot of lives' 'Obviously he touched a lot of lives'
Sunday, community members crowded North Bend High School where a memorial was held for Deputy Gil Datan who died Monday while on patrol.
Local Eugene community raises $110,000 for babies Eugene community raises $110,000 for babies
Participants walked and ran to raise funds in the 2015 March for Babies to benefit March of Dimes on Saturday. The event kicked off at Kendall Toyota where 400 local families and corporate teams raised $110,000 to help care for infant health.

Plane searchers say emergency signal was a false positive

Plane searchers say emergency signal was a false positive »Play Video

Searchers from the Oregon Civil Air Patrol said the very weak signal from an Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) discovered Thursday afternoon was a false positive. The ELT was reported in the search area between Creswell and Vancouver where a plane went missing on Tuesday.

Anonymous Apps: 'There appear to be no consequences'

Anonymous Apps: 'There appear to be no consequences' »Play Video

Every year there’s a trending new phone app. Now, it seems the greatest attraction among users is anonymity.

“Part of the popularity of anonymous apps is that there appear to be no consequences, no strings, I can say whatever I want,” said University of Oregon public relations instructor Kelli Matthews.

For more on the story, visit the photo gallery.

NewsSource 16's Seena Sleem investigated the popular apps and the damage they cause. She'll have the full story #LiveOn KMTR Thursday night at 5:30, 6:30 and 11.

'It can't be this kid, because he's not that big - but it is'

'It can't be this kid, because he's not that big - but it is' »Play Video
Zack Short

The expression "it's not about the size of the dog in the fight but the size of the fight in the dog" couldn't be more true for Lebanon junior shot putter Zack Short.
    
He entered high school an undersized freshmen.

Now he's throwing stones at a nationally ranked distance.

Watch KMTR NewsSource 16 Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. for Prep Athlete of the Week

Police: Teen shoots man with pellet gun, steals marijuana

A 16-year-old boy shot a man repeatedly with a pellet gun and stole his marijuana, escaping after being cut with a kitchen knife by a 38-year-old grandmother holding her infant granchild, Corvallis Police said.