Eugene Police Chief Chris Skinner

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The Eugene Police Department has unveiled its initial steps toward reform in the wake of the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis and the nationwide protests that followed. 


Elizabeth Gabriel

A Eugene Police investigation of a hit and run that injured a prominent Black Lives Matter activist last Sunday is almost complete.

Melorie Begay

Eugene Police Chief Chris Skinner says his department is investigating a collision between a car and a Black Unity protester Sunday. 

Rachael McDonald

The City of Eugene has implemented a curfew for tonight and Sunday for the downtown area. This after a march to protest the killing of George Floyd turned to a destructive riot with people setting fires and destroying property.

Brian Bull / KLCC

In this age of social distancing and increased sanitation, law enforcement – including Eugene Police - have had to balance being responsive with observing pandemic protocols.

Recorded On: November 8, 2019

Air Date: November 11, 2019

From the City Club of Eugene:

Rachael McDonald

Monday night, the Eugene City Council voted 6-2 to approve a new payroll tax.

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Recorded On: September 7, 2018

Air Date: September 10, 2018

Do you feel safe to walk downtown at night? Have you stopped going to dinner or a movie out of fear? Are you concerned about going to your car after work? Does the perception match the reality of the statistics? How have the business owners been impacted? Has the economic vitality and growth of Eugene been affected?

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Eugene’s Police Chief says residents and business owners need to find the courage to reclaim the downtown.