Brian Bull

In Eugene, a groundbreaking ceremony was held today for a new affordable housing community…of 22 tiny houses. KLCC’s Brian Bull reports.  

Brian Bull

The towering creature of legend, Bigfoot, is near impossible to spot.  That hasn’t hurt its popularity, though.  While early exposure included plaster foot-casts and grainy film footage, Bigfoot today is on TV, countless books and websites, and even has an action figure.

KLCC’s Brian Bull measures the creature’s cultural footprint. 

  “Resilience” is the theme of a photography exhibit by Paula Goodbar, exploring resilience in women’s lives, in times of both positivity and challenge. It’s an exhibit over four years in the making, which will open at the Tronson Gallery on Main Street in Springfield on Friday, October 14th and run through October, down the street from where Paula Goodbar also serves as Executive Director of Emerald Art Center. She speaks with Eric Alan. 

Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

Based on a recent poll, most Oregonians feel the state took wolves off the endangered species list too early. Conservation groups commissioned the poll.

Recorded on: October 7, 2016

Air Date: October 10, 2016

On November 8, Oregon voters will elect a Representative from the 4th Congressional District in Oregon. The district includes Eugene, Springfield, Roseburg, and part of Corvallis. The 2016 three-way contest is between Peter DeFazio, a Springfield Democrat who has served in Congress from the 4th District since 1986; Art Robinson, the Cave Junction Republican challenger; Gil Guthrie, representing the Libertarian Party; and Mike Beilstein, from Corvallis, representing the Pacific Green Party.'s Smithsonian Institution.

Today, while many other American communities are observing Columbus Day, Eugene is joining several other Pacific Northwest cities in recognizing the second Monday of October as “Indigenous Peoples Day”.  KLCC’s Brian Bull reports. 

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump go head-to-head in the second presidential debate on Sunday, October 9.  KLCC is airing the debate live at 6 pm, followed by NPR analysis.

Rachael McDonald

Oregon has seen record drought the last couple of years, and it’s taken a toll on the state’s conifers. But it’s not just water stress killing these trees—insects and disease that thrive in drier weather are just as deadly.

John Stark

Democratic Governor Kate Brown, Republican Bud Pierce and Independent Cliff Thomason debated Thursday, October 6th at Churchill High School in Eugene.

Rachael McDonald

Oregon Democratic Congressman Peter DeFazio traded jabs over funders with Republican challenger Art Robinson at a City Club of Eugene forum Friday.