The University of Oregon Senate Task Force addressing sexual violence and survivor support on campus held a meeting Wednesday to give it's final set of recommendations to university officials.
Over the next two weeks the task force will host discussions for student and public feedback.
Task force co-chair Carol Stabile went through a list of over 20 recommendations split into three categories - critical policy change, prevention and education, and administrative changes.
About 1,900 Pacific Power customers lost power around 6 a.m. Thursday morning. The outages affected both the elementary and high school in Glendale, as well as other customers in Azalea, Sunny Valley and Wolf Creek.
File photo of a voter casting a ballot in a 2006 Lane County Election. Photo by Chris Phan (Clipdude) via Wikimedia Commons
As ballots start arriving in the mail, elections officials have a few reminders for registered voters.
“If there's a concern, we want to address it before they vote. Once it’s cast, we are not able to help them anytime, any way further,” said Elections Manager Cheryl Betschart.
On Monday, the Roseburg City Council will hear the second and final reading of an ordinance that would enact a tax on recreational marijuana should the measure pass in November’s general election.
A 13-year-old autistic boy was hit and killed by a train Tuesday evening while walking along the tracks south of Gervais after leaving his after-school soccer practice, sheriff's deputies said.
High winds and heavy rains are forecasted to hit Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washington on Wednesday afternoon, the National Weather Service said.
»Play Video "It's On Us"
The University of Oregon has accepted the White House’s “It’s On Us” challenge, releasing a video at halftime of Saturday's football game against Washington.
The video features leaders in the University of Oregon community, including many athletes.
But the video doesn't include anyone from the Ducks Men's Basketball team, which has been at the forefront of the sexual assault discussion following allegations against 3 players last March.
Photo taken October 21, 2014, in Eugene, Ore.
Prices at the pump are falling, driven by drops in crude oil prices, AAA Oregon said.
“Washington and Oregon have the fourth and fifth largest weekly drops in gas prices in the last week as both averages lose 14 cents, and both states are registering the largest drops in the last month with both averages down 40 cents in that timeframe,” said Marie Dodds with AAA Oregon/Idaho.
The national average for regular unleaded fell 9 cents this week to $3.09 a gallon.
Oregon’s average is down 14 cents to $3.36 per gallon, the lowest since February of this year.
The FBI is looking for a man suspected of robbing three banks in Western Oregon on Thursday, October 16 and Friday, October 17.
The FBI is searching for a man who robbed three Western Oregon banks in two days. In all three robberies the man demanded money from a bank teller and walked out with cash.
»Play Video Mila, Fred and Tiffany Fefelov.
Three members of a Tigard family were killed in a head-on crash over the weekend. Now, relatives are caring for their 5-year-old son who’s left behind.
A woman stabbed multiple times in the abdomen with a large knife underwent emergency surgery Tuesday morning.
Cheyenne Workman, 21, of Myrtle Point was rushed to Coquille Valley Hospital by Myrtle Point Ambulance.
Her cousin, Jason E Simons, 37, of Myrtle Point is being held on $1 million bail and charges of attempted murder.
Two people died when their sedan crashed head on into an oncoming log truck.
Todd Gilman was driving a 2001 Toyota Corolla eastbound on Nonpareil Road when, for an unknown reason, the vehicle veered into the oncoming lane and struck a fully loaded log truck traveling westbound, the sheriff's office said.
Investigators said the head-on collision ejected Todd Gilman and his wife, Tina Gilman, from the vehicle.
The Sutherlin residents, both 50, died at the scene.
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The University of Oregon officially entered the public phase of its fundraising campaign on Friday night with the announcement of a $2 billion effort.
The most ambitious campaign in the UO’s history is also the largest fundraising effort ever undertaken by an organization in the state.
»Play Video The work includes relocating an elevator.
Work begins this week to expand the Eugene Airport terminal.
The project will take two years, with completion targeted for early 2017.
An Oregon State Police trooper speaks to a bicyclist on the Oregon State University campus. There will be a saturation operation Nov. 7-8 on campus to educate drivers, cyclists and pedestrians about traffic laws. Date: Nov. 2, 2012 (photo: Theresa Hogue)
Do you drive or bike near campus?
State and local police plan stepped up enforcement Wednesday and Friday near the Oregon State campus.
The effort is driven by complaints about bicycles and cars endangering pedestrians, Oregon State Police said.