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Continental 'Indigenous Peoples March' Includes Eugene

Today, dozens of people wound through the rainy streets of Eugene for an Indigenous Peoples March, one of 16 organized across North America .

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Eugene Hosts State Pinball Championship

Five players from the Eugene area have qualified for the state pinball championship. And this is the first year Eugene is hosting the state pinball tourney.

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Oregon legislative leaders want to help federal workers in the state who continue to work without pay.

Senate President Peter Courtney, D-Salem, said Friday that it’s unfair that only federal workers who are furloughed without pay are able to apply for unemployment benefits.

“I’d like to think this Legislature will not take the view this is a federal employee, it’s a federal problem,” Courtney said during a legislative preview with reporters. “We will step up.”

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Oregonians who receive SNAP benefits may have noticed some extra funds on their EBT cards today. The Department of Human Services wants those folks to know, that that money is for February and to budget accordingly. 

Oregon’s bottle deposit system is recycling more containers than ever before despite major disruptions in global recycling markets.

Last year, Oregon recycled 90 percent of the beverage containers covered by its bottle deposit system. The rate has jumped from 64 percent just two years ago and the total number of bottles recycled reached an all-time high of 2 billion in 2018.

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee will take his most visible step yet towards a possible bid for president when he visits New Hampshire, the first-in-the-nation primary state, on Monday and Tuesday.

R. Kelly Has Been Dropped By RCA Records, 'Billboard' Reports

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According to a report by Billboard magazine on Friday afternoon, R. Kelly has been dropped by RCA Records. The move comes in the wake of a documentary series called Surviving R. Kelly that aired on Lifetime and cataloged more than 25 years of accusations of sexual and physical abuse made against Kelly by a number of women, including seven who were interviewed on camera.



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