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Local Oregon US Attorney announces May 15 resignation Oregon US Attorney announces May 15 resignation
Amanda Marshall, Oregon’s top federal prosecutor submitted her resignation as U.S. Attorney on Friday, according to Gerri Badden, spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

4 years later: Wreath and ceremony honor fallen officer

4 years later: Wreath and ceremony honor fallen officer
A wreath with Officer Chris Kilcullen's badge number April 22, 2015, along the stretch of road that now carries the fallen officer's name.

April 22 marks 4 years since Officer Chris Killcullen was shot and killed while making a traffic stop.

The motorcycle officer tried to pull over Cheryl Kidd in Eugene and pursued her into Springfield.

Dad uses drone to watch daughter walk to school

Dad uses drone to watch daughter walk to school »Play Video
A Tennessee father had a unique way of keeping an eye on his daughter, after he decided to let her walk to school on her own. Lauren Davis reports on how he literally became a hovering dad.

EPD’s use of force statistics below national goal

EPD’s use of force statistics below national goal »Play Video

There is no national standard for reporting force, but there is a goal of 5 percent or less. Based on the report, out of about 10,000 arrests over an eight month period, there were 130 reports of force by an  Eugene Police Department officer. This totaled just 1.4 percent.

Firefighters still working to put out Government Camp condo hot spots

Firefighters still working to put out Government Camp condo hot spots
Firefighters work to put out hot spots Tuesday, April 21, 2015 on what's left of the Golden Poles Chalet in Government Camp. The condominium caught fire Monday afternoon.

The biggest challenge firefighters faced Tuesday was the wind. Gusts blew into what’s left of the 30-unit Golden Poles Chalet and created flare-ups.

Friends remember victims of MLK Jr. Boulevard crash

Friends remember victims of MLK Jr. Boulevard crash »Play Video

Flowers, photographs and messages written in chalk on the sidewalk line the stretch of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Eugene where two Springfield residents died in a car crash early Monday morning.