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Local UO employee tells co-workers she lost job; spokesperson says otherwise UO employee tells co-workers she lost job; spokesperson says otherwise (Video)
Karen Stokes, executive assistant to the director of the student counseling center at the University of Oregon, sent an email to her co-workers on Thursday claiming she got fired for criticizing the University for accessing counseling records of the woman who accused 3 Duck basketball players of raping her.

A University spokesperson said that isn't true.

'It's alarming': Booming hash oil business an explosive issue

'It's alarming': Booming hash oil business an explosive issue »Play Video
Photo shows the aftermath of a deadly November 2013 fire in Bellevue that was sparked by a hash oil operation. (Photo courtesy U.S. District Court Of Western Washington)

A booming side-business to marijuana production comes with an explosive danger, the Lane County sheriff warned commissioners Wednesday.

Darth Vader robs credit union

Darth Vader robs credit union

Shelter lets adopters set their own price for adult cats

Shelter lets adopters set their own price for adult cats »Play Video

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.

4 cases of whooping cough at Eugene school

4 cases of whooping cough at Eugene school »Play Video
The Village School on Lincoln Street in South Eugene

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.


Lone survivor of deadly crash in critical condition

Lone survivor of deadly crash in critical condition »Play Video
A memorial has taken shape at the scene of a crash that killed 2 people Sunday night and left a third person in critical condition.

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.