First, the good news: it’s that time of the week again and we here at the Emerald photo desk have hand-picked another set of our favorite photos! Secondly, the great news: the Emerald photo blog has a new home, right here at the fantastically redesigned Oregon Daily Emerald website! So enjoy the photos, but please don’t forget to have a look around at the Emerald’s new site!

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An American flag was raised between two fire engines as law enforcement officers from across Oregon gathered at Matthew Knight Arena Friday, April 29 to honor the life of fallen Eugene Police Officer Chris Kilcullen. (Ivar Vong/Oregon Daily Emerald)

A family in a nearby house watched the commotion as firetrucks, ambulances and dozens of police cars congregated near 26th and Fairmount Boulevard in response to a report of shots fired at a house up the street on April 26. (Michael Ciaglo/Oregon Daily Emerald)

Tight end David Paulson gets lifted into the air and tackled over backwards by linebacker Kiko Alonso during the 2011 Spring Game on April 30. (Michael Ciaglo/Oregon Daily Emerald)

Kristie Kilcullen, the widow of slain Eugene Police Department officer Chris Kilcullen, is led out of the memorial for her deceased husband at Matthew Knight Arena on Friday afternoon. Kristie and Chris were married on August 7, 2004. (Aaron Marineau/Oregon Daily Emerald)

Eugene-based rapper Judah Mobley aka Soopah Eype M.C., one of his producers Dylan Mcaffery-Allen, and friend Barak Goodman walk to a record store on S.E Belmont in Portland house April 30. (Rachelle Hacmac/Oregon Daily Emerald)

Law enforcement officers from across Oregon, as well as some parts of Washington and California, honored the life of fallen Eugene Police Officer Chris Kilcullen on April 29. The memorial, held at Matthew Knight Arena, was proceeded by a funeral procession which passed many of Kilcullen's favorite areas throughout Eugene. (Michael Ciaglo/Oregon Daily Emerald)

An Osprey, fresh from its catch of a fish, takes flight over the Willamette River on April 30. According to the Peregrine Fund, hunting Osprey are known to plunge into the water from heights of 30-120 feet in order to catch their prey. (Michael Ciaglo/Oregon Daily Emerald)

A group of mounted police officers wait near Matthew Knight Arena Friday, April 29, as law officers from around Oregon gathered in order to honor the life of fallen Eugene Police Officer Chris Kilcullen. Officer Kilcullen, a 12-year veteran of the Eugene police force, was fatally shot during a car chase April 22. (Ivar Vong/Oregon Daily Emerald)

Officer Holmberg of the Eugene Police Department returns to his squad car on April 26, after responding to a report of shots fired on the 2700 block of Fairmount Boulevard on Monday afternoon. Upon investigation, a 51-year-old man was found dead as a result of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. (Michael Ciaglo/Oregon Daily Emerald)

Oregon running back LaMichael James puts space between himself and the White team's defenders during his 67 yard touchdown run at Autzen Stadium on April 30. The Green team, led by James and quarterback Darron Thomas, would go on to win the game 16-0. (Aaron Marineau/Oregon Daily Emerald)

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