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Piecing Together the Story of an Oregon Serial Killer
Oregon Highway 20 at dusk. Photo by Beth Nakamura, Oregonian Staff. Before Oregonian reporter Les Zaitz retired, he and his colleague Noelle Crombie examined some cold cases that seemed linked to one incarcerated killer. After two years of reporting, research, and field work, Crombie found the link:
Oregon to Introduce Gun Storage Bill
Oregon Democrats plan to make it more difficult for law-abiding gun owners to protect themselves and their loved ones with proposed legislation that would require guns to be locked up all the time. The bill is slated to be introduced during the next legislative session.
Southern Oregon Coast under 'High Wave Warning'
Forecasters are warning residents and visitors along the Southern Oregon Coast of high surf as a series of storms make their way along the Pacific Ocean, creating the potential for dangerous sneaker waves.
Holocaust survivor, 92, killed after being hit by car in Oregon
A Holocaust survivor who was imprisoned in five Nazi concentration camps during the Second World War has died after being hit by a car in Oregon. Alter Wiener was crossing Northeast Brighton Street in Portland on Tuesday afternoon when he was struck by a Honda Accord.
Early Signing Day: Previewing Oregon State's Signees
Oregon State head coach Jonathan Smith and his staff are gearing up for signing their first true class after being on the job for one full recruiting cycle. Early signing period begins on Wednesday, December 19 and the Beavers are expected to announce the signing of 16 athletes (as of right now). Th
Oregon City family scammed out of $123,000 in email scheme
An Oregon City family is out $123,000 after falling for what police described as a sophisticated email scam. On top of that, the family is going to lose their home just days before Christmas.
#WCW: Kiana Kim, Oregon Cheerleader (PHOTOS)
It’s Woman Crush Wednesday, which means it’s time to take a look at the college world and appreciate some of the standout students and/or athletes across the nation. Every week, we feature a college student that stands out among their peers. This week, we feature Kiana Kim, a member of the Universit
St. Helens woman wins $25K in Oregon Lottery
Amber Lahey wins big money in 2nd Chance Lottery game; another woman from Eugene also won. A St. Helens woman recently won $25,000 from the Oregon Lottery, just in time for Christmas.
Oregon's Public Defense System 'Is Not Constitutional' Report Finds
UPDATE (Thursday, Dec. 13, 3:17 p.m. PT) — State public defense systems are supposed to provide effective counsel for indigent clients — a requirement of the U.S. Constitution. But a draft report obtained by OPB concludes that Oregon's system is so bureaucratic and structurally flawed that it can't
Projecting the Impact of Ryan Franke at Oregon State
The 2019 signing class marks the first complete class recruited and signed by Jonathan Smith and his staff. 2018 was a mad scramble as Smith...
Oregon State Police troopers rescue sea turtle stranded on Coos Co. beach
COOS COUNTY, OR (KPTV) - An injured sea turtle is getting the care it needs after being rescued by Oregon State Police. OSP said Sr. Trooper Mullins was called out Wednesday night to the report of injured, stranded turtle on Horsfall Beach.
Make Way, Nike: Oregon Ducks Clinch $23 Million Fanatics Deal
(Bloomberg) -- The University of Oregon, a school known as the “University of Nike” because of its close ties to the athletic brand, has a new apparel partner. Fanatics Inc., the world’s largest seller of licensed sports gear, will become the college’s second big merchandise supplier -- besides Nike
Oregon Senate president tags Boquist with cease and desist for hostile conduct
SALEM — Senate President Peter Courtney has directed a Republican state senator to “cease and desist” intimidating communications with other senators and legislative employees.
Bartley's Beat: University of Oregon Police Department
It's officially winter break for the University of Oregon. For most students that means travelling home, out of the area for a few weeks, leaving their off-campus rental unit vulnerable to burglars.
High surf advisory issued for Lincoln City, Oregon Coast
The National Weather Service in Portland has issued a high surf advisory for the coast due to a strong series of storms crossing the northeast Pacific. Breakers up to 25 feet are possible with all beach areas impacted. Hazardous surf will cause waves to run up much higher on the beaches than normal.
WBB: Oregon's latest win is proof team has other elite scorers
Oregon bounced back from its first loss of the season to Michigan State with an 87-79 win over South Dakota State, but it wasn’t an easy one. The Ducks went into halftime down 45-40, and trailed by as many as nine points in the third quarter.
VolleyMob Top 25 Power Rankings (Week 16): Oregon Ends In The Top 10
32-1 (20-0, Pac-12) Last Week: #1; Won vs. (VM#11) #16 Washington State (3-1), vs. (VM#7) #8 Penn State (3-1) The Cardinal got challenged in each of their matches, but came out with a pair of wins to head to their third consecutive Final Four. They’re now 16-1 against VM Top 25 competition at the ti
Oregon Ducks hosting massive official visitor list, featuring nation's No. 1 DT
Oregon Ducks hosting massive official visitor list, featuring nation's No. 1 DT. The Oregon Ducks aren't leaving anything to chance with their consensus top-10 football recruiting class, hosting several key commits and top targets this weekend just days before the early signing period.
Oregon runs over Nebraska-Omaha for bounce-back victory
EUGENE — Oregon needed a decisive bounce-back win on Saturday night, and that's just what they got. The slumping Ducks, coming off consecutive defeats, scored 13 straight in the first half to take a 25-10 lead and never looked back, as they rolled to a 84-61 win over Nebraska-Omaha at Matthew Knight
All-America sprinter Shea Anderson announces she will transfer from Oregon to UCLA
Star sprinter Shea Anderson, a three-time All-America selection as a freshman, has announced on Instagram she will transfer to UCLA. She announced the transfer on Instagram. The news was first reported by DyeStat.com.