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Missing woman found by concerned citizen

Missing woman found by concerned citizen

88-year-old Franchia Loren was located in the area of E. 23rd Avenue and Harris Street in Eugene by a concerned citizen. She went missing Sunday morning.

Police use pepper spray, flash bang grenades during Portland May Day protest

Police use pepper spray, flash bang grenades during Portland May Day protest »Play Video
A flash bang grenade explodes among protesters Friday evening in Portland, Oregon, May 1, 2015.

Hundreds of May Day marchers took to downtown streets Friday in what was initially a peaceful protest but turned violent after a splinter group left the main group.

DA: Police justified in shooting death of veteran

DA: Police justified in shooting death of veteran »Play Video
Police on Devos Street on Monday, March 30.

"His decision to shoot was the only rational choice available to him, and it was a choice consistent with the requirements of Oregon law," District Attorney Alex Gardner wrote in a press release Friday.

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Marcus Mariota swaps his wings for a Titan 'T'

Marcus Mariota swaps his wings for a Titan 'T' »Play Video
Oregon Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota (#8) makes his last throw in the National Championship game against the Ohio State Buckeyes at AT&T Stadium. The Buckeyes defeated the Ducks 42-20 and took the title. Mary Jane Schulte, Oregon News Lab

Marcus Mariota was the second pick in the first round NFL Draft. He was chosen by the Tennessee Titans. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers had the first pick of the evening. They decided to use their top choice on former Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston.

Project to make red lights more visible on Springfield's Main Street

Project to make red lights more visible on Springfield's Main Street »Play Video
Since 2009, there have 7 pedestrian deaths, including the 3 children on Sunday, February 22, 2015, and a man hit in December 2014 by a driver prosecutors say was drunk.

Reflective backplates will be installed on traffic signals on East Main Street in an effort to make the signals more visible to drivers, the Oregon DOT said.