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Emergency managers stress safety following tornado

Following Tuesday’s small tornado in Eugene, emergency managers want to encourage disaster preparedness, saying it's important to be prepared at any time and know what to do, especially when you're caught off guard.

Small tornado flips cars, causes damage at Lane community College

Small tornado flips cars, causes damage at Lane community College »Play Video
This photo submitted by Christian Mello shows a car flipped over in the parking lot of Lane Community College in Eugene, Oregon on Tuesday, April 14, 2015. The National Weather Service says a small a tornado flipped the car.

The National Weather Service said the tornado of “unknown intensity” was witnessed by a college official who saw “a rain and hail wrapped tornado that damaged three vehicles significantly.”

Should Ore. minimum wage be $15? Group wants voters to decide

Should Ore. minimum wage be $15? Group wants voters to decide »Play Video

Voters could get to decide the fate of Oregon's minimum wage if a grass roots group has anything to say about it. 15 Now Oregon plans to file for a ballot measure this week for the 2016 election. They don’t think they’re going to get the response they want from lawmakers in Salem.

 

Human Trafficking Awareness event happens Tuesday

Human Trafficking Awareness event happens Tuesday »Play Video

The Junior League of Eugene says there are more than 300,000 kids at risk of human trafficking in the United States alone. The organization is hosting a Human Trafficking Awareness event Tuesday to promote dialogue on the growing numbers of those victimized.