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Local Bed bugs found in Eugene Library Bed bugs found in Eugene Library (Video)
A Eugene Library worker spotted a bug on a chair on the third floor and collected it.

Once the library was notified it was indeed a bed bug, Lavena Nohrenberg said library staff got rid of the chair and brought in pest control experts to inspect every chair throughout the library.

"We found a few chairs that had evidence of bed bugs that surrounded the initial chair," said Nohrenberg, the customer experience manager at the libary. "All of those chairs were removed, and as a precaution all of the areas surrounding the chairs were treated."

County tows van down by the river

County tows van down by the river »Play Video
A Lane County spokesperson said they are working to remedy the situation

A van where a man had been living off and on for two years has been removed from the shore of the Willamette River.

Father/daughter powerlifters take home records to Sutherlin

Father/daughter powerlifters take home records to Sutherlin »Play Video
Rian Barriman

A father-daughter powerlifting duo in Sutherlin has made Oregon proud once again at the World Association of Bench Pressers and Dead Lifters in Las Vegas.

Should LTD safety officers be able to enforce state and local laws?

Should LTD safety officers be able to enforce state and local laws? »Play Video
From December 2012 through 2013, LTD public safety officers handed out 230 exclusions preventing people from riding the bus for breaking rules. In the past 12 months, they have issued 437.

Lane Transit District may transform its public safety officers into peace officers, able to enforce state and local laws.

"This gives us the opportunity, if the board chooses to give the general manager the authority to designate them as peace officers, and ability to step up the level of enforcement in terms of citations that can be written," said Andy Vobora with LTD.

Pacific fire hose aimed at Northwest

Pacific fire hose aimed at Northwest

Here comes the rain again.

And again. And again.

The National Weather Service in Portland says the threat of flooding will increase Saturday night through Monday as the "atmospheric river" brings warm, moist air to the Pacific Northwest.

Ceremony honors memory of Major Thomas Egan

Ceremony honors memory of Major Thomas Egan »Play Video

Thomas Egan earned a master's degree from the University of Oregon.

He retired from the Oregon National Guard in 1991 with the rank of major after two decades of service.

And he froze to death on the streets of Eugene on a December night where the mercury had plunged to 15 F.

Hotties & Hounds for Hope Calendar now available

Hotties & Hounds for Hope Calendar now available »Play Video

The makers of the Hotties and Hounds for Hope Calendar are hoping to raise money and cancer awareness through Bark for Life and the American Cancer Society.