Four-inch darts shot from a passing SUV at bicyclists and pedestrians are under investigation by police.
Students at Kennedy Middle School participated in a variety of Earth Day activities Tuesday.
One of the class sessions showed students the power of wind. Students built their own windmills, then tested their strength against a fan.
Tim Whitley with EWEB said it's important to teach students of all ages the importance of renewable energy sources.
Three years ago Tuesday, Officer Chris Kilcullen died after pursuing an erratic motorist along a stretch of freeway that now carries his name.
The voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage is headed to federal court this week in Eugene.
Advocates in favor of overturning the ban planned a vigil outside the Wayne L. Morse U.S. Courthouse on Tuesday ahead of Wednesday's court hearing.
Clark Compton, one of the speakers at the vigil, said his daughter is a lesbian and therefore barred from marrying in Oregon.
"Love matters to everybody and all the committed same-sex couples in the state deserve the right to marry," he said.
A water main break downtown knocked out service to the Oregon State campus and parts of Corvallis, causing low and even no water pressure in homes and residence halls.
David Ray Taylor sat alone at the front of the packed courtroom where he is on trial for murder.
But jurors never saw the inside of the court room, nor did any witnesses take the stand.
A fire burned a Eugene home Tuesday afternoon.
The fire appears to have started in the back of the home in the 3800 block of Gilham Road, Eugene Springfield Fire said, and then spread quickly to the attic.
The initial call to 911 came in just before 1:40 p.m.
Firefighters searched the home and found no one inside.
On Monday night, members of Winston's city council passed a one year moratorium on medical marijuana dispensaries in a 4-1 vote.
For 10 years in a row, home warranty companies have been the worst-graded category on Angie's List.
A home warranty typically covers the major systems and appliances in a home for one year after the sale.
It's often included with the purchase of a home, but many homeowners don't fully examine the documents at closing - filing them away until they need repair help.
Julia Allen is a dental student at Arizona University of Oral Medicine.
She has been volunteering at the White Bird Dental Clinic in Eugene as she prepares to take her medical exams.
Allen, along with a handful of other fourth-year students from across the country, assist doctors in serving underprivileged patients of Lane County.
In return for their service, the future doctors are provided with an apartment downtown.
But after returning to Eugene on Saturday, Allen discovered her home had been robbed.
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David Ray Taylor stands accused of murdering a Eugene man and then taking the man’s car to rob a bank in Mapleton.
The defense maintains that the murder was orchestrated by two accomplices to the robbery, and Taylor was not involved in the death of Celestino Gutierrez, 22, of Eugene.
A woman arrested in Eugene earlier this month on a probation violation now faces murder charges.
A grand jury indicted Jacquelyn Kelly Novack, 38, of Murphy, Ore., on April 18 on charges of Murder, Tampering with Evidence and Felon in Possession of a Firearm.
The investigation started April 2 with a report in Grants Pass of a missing person who was believed to be deceased, Oregon State Police said.
The Josephine County Major Crimes Team took over the case on April 7 and worked with state police in Roseburg and Springfield on the investigation. State police from Springfield arrested Novak in Eugene April 9 on a probation violation.
The same day, police located human remains at a remote campsite in the Sunny Valley area, between Myrtle Creek and Grants Pass.
Police in Roseburg say they arrested a transient who said he was one of them and tried to pull a woman from her vehicle Monday afternoon.
Lane County Jail officials said they are no longer holding inmates booked on Immigration and Customs Enforcement (or ICE) detainers, unless they have a court order or warrant.