Data from shoppers who used a credit or debit card at Albertsons or Supervalu stores may have been compromised after a hack, the two supermarket companies said Monday.
The stores said that in August or early September, some malicious software was installed on the networks that process credit and debit card transactions at some of their stores.
In a press release, Albertsons said the malware "may have captured account numbers, expiration date, other numerical information and/or the cardholder’s name" in more than a dozen states.
»Play Video Adam Ritz.
A convicted sex offender was hired by the University of Oregon to talk to athletes about sexual assault, according to a contract that was sent anonymously to our affiliate station in Portland.
The contract states Adam Ritz, who was convicted of sexual battery 10 years ago, was paid $4,000 to give the football team alcohol and sexual assault awareness training.
Ritz lost his job as a radio DJ in Indiana but went on to give talks about how to stay out of trouble at universities throughout the country.
UO Professor Carol Stabile was outraged when she recently learned the school hired Ritz in May of last year.
Two girls and their three pets are safe after their house caught fire Monday afternoon, Albany Fire said.
It’s been nearly 20 years since Ronda Hatefi lost her older brother to his gambling addiction.
Shortly after her brother Bobby’s death, she started the organization Oregonians For Gambling Awareness, and petitioned Oregon's governor to proclaim September 29 as Problem Gamblers Awareness Day.
The state has honored the day for the last 19 years, and Hatefi said she’s found a way to celebrate her brother's life.
Dion Hague and Jasmine Moreno - Lane County Jail photos
Two people are facing robbery charges after they reportedly threatened a 16-year-old with a glass bottle Saturday night before accosting two men leaving the DS Mart on Bailey Hill Road less than an hour later, Eugene Police said.
File photo shows Eugene Police talking with students in the West University neighborhoods.
School is back in session, and so is the Eugene Police presence in the campus neighborhoods Friday and Saturday night as officers work to keep partiers in check.
Eugene Police is working with the UO Police Department and neighbors in the University of Oregon campus area to make sure Duck students celebrate the 2014-15 school year within the law.
Having unused medications in the home can lead to a number of problems, like having them accidentally ingested, stolen, misused and abused.
According to the National Survey on Drug and Health, 6.5 million Americans abused prescription drugs in 2013. The Drug Enforcement Agency said 20,000 people died in 2011 from prescription medication overdoses.
Lane Community College partnered with the DEA to help lower these statistics by participating in the national drug take back event.
A driver fled after striking and killing a pedestrian with a car Saturday night near Dorena Lake east of Cottage Grove, and now State Police is asking for your help in finding the suspect.
Troopers responded to reports that a man, later identified as Reuben Orr, 39, of Eugene, was found deceased
on Shoreview Drive at around 10:40 p.m. Saturday.
Medical examiners determined Orr was lying in the road near the centerline, and was not standing when he was fatally struck by a vehicle. The driver fled the area, Sgt. Alan Gilbert said.
Anyone with information on the crash is asked to call State Police at (800) 452-7888.
Kenneth Starr, 35, was charged with robbing a Corvallis pizza store at gunpoint Tuesday, Sept. 23
Officers arrested a Corvallis man Friday they say is connected with an armed robbery at a pizza place earlier in the week.
Photos courtesy of the Lacey Fire Department.
Firefighters were forced to dig through their "pet emergency pocket guides" on Friday when they rescued a family of hamsters from a burning mobile home in Lacey.
As students start heading back to the University of Oregon campus, law enforcement officers are increasing their alcohol patrols both on the roads and in the neighborhoods around campus.
The patrols are aimed at making sure students stay responsible while having fun this school year, the University of Oregon and Eugene Police Departments said.
UOPD spokesperson Kelly McIver said the buddy system is the best way to stay safe in party situations.
“Don't try to guess and make that judgment on their own or leave someone alone if they're not capable of enough to speak well or walk well,” said Mciver.
»Play Video Roseburg resident donates food and cash at Need in Weed event.
Area radio stations, with the help of Roseburg Forest Products and United Community Action Network (UCAN), held a food drive called 'Need in Weed' Friday at the Sherm's Thunderbird grocery store in Roseburg. Dozens of Douglas County residents stopped by to donate essentials like canned food and basic toiletries.
A crash is blocking northbound traffic on Interstate 5 late Friday morning about six miles north of Coburg.
The crash involves a motorcycle; no word from officials on if anyone was hurt in the crash.
A rash of crossover accidents in recent years has led the state transportation agency to plan for freeway median cable barriers
A SurveyUSA poll conducted for KATU showed that Oregonians back legalizing recreational marijuana, with 44 percent of likely voters supporting it and 40 percent opposed. But the razor-thin margin and wide disparity of support among demographics means turnout could end up deciding whether it passes.