Aubrey Bulkeley

Reporter

Aubrey Bulkeley joined KLCC in January 2019. She is pursuing a Master's degree in Journalism at the University of Oregon. In 2018, Aubrey co-produced a three-part podcast for FLUX Magazine, a UO School of Journalism and Communication publication. She was previously an international educator and has traveled to 37 countries. Aubrey is a general assignment reporter for KLCC. 

Ways to Connect

Eugene Police Department

Among other things, the Eugene area is known for bike theft, especially downtown.  The police department is working to keep this from happening.


University of Oregon

This week, restaurants at the Erb Memorial Union on the University of Oregon campus are donating a portion of their proceeds to Ducks Feeding Ducks. This effort is meant to address food insecurity as KLCC’s Aubrey Bulkeley reports.

Eugene Family YMCA

Eugene Family YMCA is open to anyone in the community who needs a place to stay warm, charge phones or a hot shower. Entrance is free and no membership is required to use the facilities.

The YMCA is located across from South Eugene High School and will be open until 10 pm today.

Rachael McDonald

LTD plans to resume regular weekday schedule service on Friday as road conditions allow. Routes will be evaluated in the morning to decide whether regular service can be restored. Service alerts will be updated as changes are made. Before leaving in the for your journey, check LTD.org for snow and service updates.

Oregon Department of Transportation

Some previously closed roads have been partially re-opened today, while others are still blocked by downed trees and power lines. Highway 38 is now open from Reedsport to I5. Oregon 138W continues to be closed to through traffic, but is expected to be open later tonight.

More Snow Coming

Feb 26, 2019
Rachael McDonald / KLCC

More snow fell Tuesday evening in the South Willamette Valley. The valley floor got several more inches. And more snow is falling Wednesday morning. 

Eugene 4J

In May, Eugene voters will consider renewing a five-year levy to help fund 4J schools.

According to 4J Board Vice Chair, Anne Marie Levis, this levy helps school operations, such as putting teachers in classrooms and maintaining a full school year.

Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries

Hotels on the coast have another resource to be prepared for disaster. The Oregon Office of Emergency Management created an online module to educate the hospitality industry on how to stay safe in the event of a tsunami.

While anyone can complete the thirty minute training on oregon-tsunami.org, the current focus is on hotels and Airbnbs.

Geologic Hazards Program Coordinator Althea Rizzo explains why.

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