Kris Nation is In the Garden with Brooke Edmunds from the OSU Extension to learn how to tell when a pumpkin is ready to pick.
Watch In the Garden Wednesdays at 6 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. #LiveOnKMTR
A KMTR NBC 16 mug will be on the desk for Late Night with Seth Meyers
A KMTR NBC 16 logo coffee mug appeared on Late Night with Seth Meyers on Wednesday, October 7, according to NBC.
»Play Video Shirley Lyons gave away 400 roses in Eugene on Wednesday. On Thursday, she plans to give away 400 more in Roseburg. (Sinclair Broadcast Group photo)
A local florist hit the streets of Eugene on Wednesday and gave away over 400 rose as part of the "Petal It Forward" event.
She plans to head to Roseburg on Thursday with another 400 roses.
»Play Video Rick Wesenberg, Douglas County district attorney, said Wednesday, October 7, that two plain clothes Roseburg Police detectives engaged the shooter on the Umpqua Community College campus on October 1. Wesenberg is flanked by Roseburg Police Chief Jim Burge (left) and Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin. (Sinclair Broadcast Group photo)
As the shooter emerged from Snyder Hall, having already shot at least 18 people in a morning writing class, Det. Sgt. Joe Kaney and Det. Todd Spingath were running toward the scene.
FILE - In this Oct. 2, 2015 file photo, Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson speaks in Ankeny, Iowa. Carson says he would have sacrificed his life to help stop last week’s deadly attack in Oregon. But he’s joined the rest of the GOP’s 2016 class in refusing to support new measures to stop mass shootings. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall, File)
Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson cautioned against government actions to restrict gun rights in response to last week's mass shooting at an Oregon community college, urging lawmakers to use "common sense" instead.
»Play Video Portland Police Bureau Sgt. Pete Simpson posts pictures of three of the victims while Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin, on Friday, Oct. 2, 2015, releases the names of the nine killed by a gunman at Umpqua Community College the day before.
The nonprofit Brady Campaign and Center to Prevent Gun Violence has called for Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin's resignation.
Many people have taken to social media to show their support, using the hashtag "Support for Hanlin".
Meanwhile, the White House said President Obama's visit to Roseburg is not about gun control legislation.
"The trip would not be about politics," said Josh Earnest, the White House press secretary. "That trip would be about merely consoling the families of those who were so profoundly affected by that tragedy."
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Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend (file photo)
Surgeons will provide an update on the condition of Umpqua Community College shooting victim Julie Woodworth on Thursday at her family's request, PeaceHealth said Wednesday.
Rapper Brody Jansen is a former UCC student. He said he wanted to dedicate a song to his hometown that would help them heal and rise together.
When embarking on our travels most of us seek human company but in her search for adventure Mallory Paige decided that dog really is mans, or in this case woman's best friend!
Despite the negative feedback from many members of the Roseburg community about President Obama’s visit, Mayor Larry Rich said he’s glad the President is making the trip.