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Militia movement: 'They completely shed the ideals of the Constitution'

Militia movement: 'They completely shed the ideals of the Constitution'
Michael Carrigan with the Stop Hate Campaign said that around July 4, Churchill neighborhood residents received a flyer about a meeting in the back parking lot at a church. "The neighbors felt like they were under attack. They didn't know what kind of attack, but enough where they are really coming together to say we do not want this in our neighborhood," he said.

A flyer inviting people to a militia meeting to "discuss how to fight against the destruction of our rights" sparked concern in a Eugene neighborhood this month.

'Little creepy, very tightly lipped and not a chummy guy'

'Little creepy, very tightly lipped and not a chummy guy' »Play Video
Neal Falls

The Oregon man shot and killed by a woman in Charleston, West Virginia, looked familiar to a Eugene woman.

She checked her records and realized she rented a room to Neal Falls, 45, in 2010 - and evicted him a year later.

Do you need earthquake insurance?

Do you need earthquake insurance? »Play Video
U.S. Geologic Survey graphic

A recent article in The New Yorker called "The Really Big One" has raised new questions about what the magazine reports would be the largest natural disaster in the history of the North American continent.

For example: earthquake insurance.

You probably don't have it.

Man charged with woman's murder: 'She didn't deserve what happened to her'

Man charged with woman's murder: 'She didn't deserve what happened to her' »Play Video
Prosecutors filed murder charges against Howard Richard Stull.

A neighbor on Berntzen Road said he knew it was too late for Kathy Kay Braun.

"Her body was cold, so that told me there was no hope," said Rowland, who asked not to be identified by his full name. "Her boyfriend and I found her - well, he found her in the garage, and he came out and told me and I went in and checked her for a pulse and I couldn't find one, so I said call 911."

It's fair food season, but watch out - not all food is safe to eat

It's fair food season, but watch out - not all food is safe to eat »Play Video

It’s that time of year; fairs are popping up all over the state and the country. According to health and safety inspectors, the biggest concern about festivals like these is the food.

Police investigating Springfield man's possible ties to other crimes

Police investigating Springfield man's possible ties to other crimes »Play Video

A new statement from the Charleston Police says they have more than one reason to believe Neal Falls was involved in an unsolved homicide across the country from where he was killed in West Virginia.Springfield Police confirm they have not been contacted by any other police departments concerning the Springfield man who may be linked to crimes across the country.

Fired over flag? 'No one is going to take my flag away. Period'

Fired over flag? 'No one is going to take my flag away. Period' »Play Video

Russell Smith isn't ashamed of these flags.

He never has been.

"It's my heritage, it's not hate," Smith said.

It's never been a problem before Tuesday, when he says a supervisor at Modern Building Systems in Aumsville asked him to take it down because of a co-worker's complaint.

Oregon military recruitment centers reassess security measures

Oregon military recruitment centers reassess security measures »Play Video

After the shooting that killed nine in Chattanooga, Tennessee, multiple states are reacting with their own increased security at military recruitment centers and arming their National Guard. 

4-H members bring their prized pets and livestock to the fair

4-H members bring their prized pets and livestock to the fair

The Lane County Fair kicked off Wednesday in Eugene and children were eager to show off their pets and livestock to judges. Cows, pigs, rabbits, chickens and more were all on display for visitors to stop by and see. The Lane County Fair will run Wednesday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.