9 hrs ago
Islamic State blows up 'Jonah's tomb'
Militants from Islamic State destroyed the Shrine of Yunus Mosque in Mosul on Thursday, July 24, residents of the Iraqi city said.
17 hrs ago
Local TV Station KTVZ
Officer's widow tells Kidd: 'You are a murderer'
Kristie Sampson-Kilcullen said her 7-year-old daughter, Katie, cries when she hears little girls say "daddy" in the grocery store.
Eugene's proposed ordinance requiring paid sick leave time for employees who work in Eugene inspired a majority of Lane County commissioners to vote to prohibit such an ordinance in the county, but it's not clear why these reactionary commissioners are so offended by an improvement in working conditions for their constituents .
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Marine Corps Times
Officer who trained first black Marines laid to rest
A Marine Honor Guard folds a ceremonial flag during a July 21 memorial service for Joseph Raymond Giesel at the Roseburg National Cemetery Annex in Rosebureg, Ore.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Home Channel News
Market Recap: RISI Crow's Construction Materials Cost Index
Crow's Market Recap -- A condensed recap of the market conditions for the major North American softwood lumber and panel products as reported in Crow's Weekly Market Report.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Troopers seek info on deadly crash along Highway 126E
A woman died in a car crash early Sunday morning after police say the vehicle spun out in a curve on Highway 126E near Vida.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Workers safe after Springfield mill fire: 'He saw a wave of flames'
Over 150 employees were safely evacuated from the Swanson Mill in Springfield Thursday afternoon as flames tore across the wood processing plant, sending up a column of black smoke high above the South Willamette Valley.
Urban growth boundary plans near Springfield farmland
Farmers along Seavey Loop Road are challenging the City of Springfield on some changes that widen the urban growth boundary.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Wood products mill erupts in flames, evacuation ordered
A fire in Springfield sent a plume of smoke up over the city Thursday, and emergency workers ordered an evacuation in a 1-mile radius around the fire as it continued to rage an hour later.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Plywood Report: Springfield Mall Food, Yummi Crawfish, More Coming
Welcome to Plywood Report , where we fill you in on what's coming up in food. See anything happening in your neighborhood? Send a note to the tipline .
Fri Jul 11, 2014
City Club panel: Massive landslides like Oso possible in Oregon
EUGENE, Ore. - Meghan O'Hara of Eugene deployed with the American Red Cross to Oso, Washington, just days after a landslide devastated the community.
Police: Predatory offender accused of sexually abusing 4-year-old girl
Police captured a predatory sex offender wanted on new sex abuse charges involving a 4-year-old girl within hours of making a public appeal for help locating the man.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Facing new charges, predatory sex offender vanishes
Police asked for the public's help locating a predatory sex offender wanted on new charges of sexually abusing a girl.
Hot weather and cold water a deadly combo
Four people have died on Oregon lakes and rivers in recent days in just Lane, Linn and Marion counties alone.
Springfield resident sentenced for part in crime spree
A 29-year-old Springfield man who supplied a gun used to kill four people was sentenced Tuesday in federal court in Portland to seven years in prison.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Officer's family to face cop killer for first time at psych hearing
A 3-person state board could grant Cheryl Kidd freedoms Officer Chris Kilcullen will never again enjoy, Kilcullen's father John said.
'Originally it was just going to be a couple bears'
SPRINGFIELD, Ore. - The snow and ice storm in February damaged Duane Malloroy's willow tree.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Hardy fuchsias return year after year: Hummingbirds and gardeners love them
Right around Mother's Day, fluffed-up fuchsia baskets start appearing in garden centers, a signal of spring and the beginning of the garden season.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Blood drawn from 2 drivers during Eugene's 'No Refusal Weekend'
In an effort to curb drunk driving around the Fourth of July, police in Eugene instituted a "No Refusal Weekend" where officers worked with prosecutors and judges to quickly obtain " blood draw warrants " for drivers who refuse blood alcohol content testing.