The University of Oregon Ducks defeated Oregon State 52 to 42 in the 119th Civil War football game Friday at Autzen Stadium.

The Lane Regional Air Protection Agency has issued a “RED” wood burning advisory for Eugene and Springfield starting at 4 PM on Friday, November 27th, and ending Saturday evening.

Seafloor Samples Reveal Ghosts Of Blobs Past

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Dan Ayres / Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

A huge mass of warm water in the Pacific Ocean is causing problems off the coast of Oregon and Washington. The so-called “blob” is being blamed for toxic algae blooms, which have caused marine mammal deaths and crabbing closures. New evidence shows this isn’t the first time the blob has appeared off the Northwest coast.

Rachael McDonald

The Oregon Student Public Interest Research Group, OSPIRG, this week released its 30th annual list of dangerous toys on store shelves.

Egan Warming Center

The Egan Warming Centers will activate tonight through Saturday.  They are now on standby for Sunday through Monday.  They are desperately in need of trained volunteers for many shifts at most sites for Friday through Monday.

MECCA – the Materials Exchange Center for Community Arts – will host its 6th annual Create Something Day this Friday in Eugene.

Friends of Trees

In a uniquely Pacific Northwest approach to charity, every University of Oregon touchdown this season will be converted to trees in the ground.

Heavy traffic is expected this holiday weekend along I-5, especially on Friday. The Civil War Game and Black Friday will most likely cause increased delays around Eugene and Corvallis.

Oregon State Parks

The day after Thanksgiving isn't just for shopping.

Oregon State Parks is taking its cue from a major retailer and other states and waiving $5 day-use parking fees on Black Friday.

Photo by Ron Verzuh

  Photographer Ron Verzuh  presents Street Rhythms, an exhibit of street corner photographs taken across the globe, on display at the Downtown Eugene Public Library through December 20th. He speaks with Eric Alan about a photographic and personal journey that has included being an author, historian and head of the international solidarity program of the Canadian Union of Public Employees.