A University spokesperson said that isn't true.
In Sand Springs, the winds ripped a doughnut shop to shred.
And there was a dramatic rescue at a kid's gym after the roof collapsed with dozens of young girls inside.
A booming side-business to marijuana production comes with an explosive danger, the Lane County sheriff warned commissioners Wednesday.
A campaign to give free haircuts to women who need them most has been started in Coos Bay by the Blackwell Salon.
Saving Grace receives more than 2,400 cats every year, prompting the organization to create the Cats are Priceless campaign, where adopters can set the adoption fees for adult cats.
Four students at a K-8 charter school in Eugene tested positive last week for pertussis, also known as whooping cough.
The executive director of the Village School confirmed they had notified parents last week about the cases.
The lone survivor of a car crash Sunday night remains in critical condition at a local hospital as police continue to investigate who was driving and what caused the crash.
State of Oregon health officials said they are aware of reports of a possible sixth case of meningitis on campus.
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A police captain said they have no idea why the boy killed himself. He said police are continuing to investigate.
Some say some of the cheerleader outfits and routines don't belong at the university.
The driver of the vehicle that hit and killed a Eugene man on Interstate 5 Tuesday night may not be aware of the fatal collision, Oregon State Police said.