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Read more... LCC President Mary Spilde on Enrollment, Budget, Special Session
Classes begin Monday Sept. 30th at Lane Community College.
Read more... Home Canning Hobby Leads To Near Fatal Medical Mystery
Home canning can be a great way to enjoy home grown foods through the winter if done right. If done wrong, it can be deadly.
Read more... Proposed Logging Project Seeking Comment
The McKenzie Project is on BLM land near Vida east of Eugene.
Read more... ODA Awards Its Specialty Crop Grant
The Oregon Department of Agriculture has chosen the recipients of the specialty crops block grant funds.
Read more... In-state Tuition for Undocumented Immigrants Begins in Oregon
A profile of one young man who is one of the first to take advantage of tuition equity. He'll begin classes at the University of Oregon next week.
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Actor Harrison Ford Injured In Plane Crash; Son Says He's OK

The 70-year-old actor is said to have suffered moderate trauma, when he crash-landed a vintage plane in a Los Angeles area golf course. He was taken to a hospital and he was reported to be conscious.

Argentine Prosecutor Was 'Without A Doubt' Murdered, Says Family

Sandra Arroyo Salgado, Alberto Nisman's ex wife, commissioned an independent forensic investigation she says dismisses the possibility that his death was a suicide or an accident.

Colorado Debates Whether IUDs Are Contraception Or Abortion

A Colorado program has allowed more than 30,000 women to get long-term contraception for free, lowering teen birth and abortion rates. Now lawmakers have to decide if it can qualify for state funding.Listen To Windows Media Audio WINDOWS

Transgender Students Learn To Navigate School Halls

A new poll shows that fewer young people see gender as limited to female and male. Youth Radio reporter Nanette Thompson talks with two students about their experiences at school.Listen To Windows Media Audio WINDOWS

Arsenic Antidote Hidden In Our Genes

Even at low doses, the potent poison damages organs and causes cancers. Now scientists have found a population high in the Andes Mountains that has adapted to the toxic metal over thousands of years.

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