Oregon Representative Peter DeFazio spoke to University of Oregon students on Friday in the William W. Knight Law School about his work in Congress during, in his words, an “unprecedented time in our history.”

Flavored nicotine vapor products are back on shelves while THC products remain banned. The nicotine products returned on Oct. 17 when the Oregon Court of Appeals put a hold on the ban Governor Kate Brown requested in an executive order earlier this month.

Doyle Canning was in kindergarten when her Democratic primary opponent, Peter DeFazio, became congressman for Oregon’s 4th Congressional District district. Forty-year-old Canning is also 22 years younger than the youngest current member of Oregon’s U.S. delegation.

Eugene Mayor Lucy Vinis announced her intent to run for re-election Wednesday on KUGN’s radio show “What’s Up Eugene?” and in an announcement video published on Facebook.

The Eugene City Council passed a resolution Monday condemning white nationalism and a number of other forms of bigotry, including homophobia, sexism, transphobia and anti-semitism. The decision was unanimous after revisions and a re-vote, held Wednesday. However, the first vote, held on Mond…

Voters in Oregon may be able to mail their ballots for free beginning in 2020, thanks to a recent senate bill passed by Oregon legislators at the end of an eventful 2019 legislative session. The bill’s supporters say it will provide better access to young voters, disabled voters and Oregonia…

UO students and community members marched from the EMU amphitheater to the Eugene courthouse on Friday, January 18th in support of Native American communities around the nation. This march was a part of the national Indigenous People’s Movement.

A crowd in the University of Oregon Ford Alumni Center applauded as Gov. Kate Brown took the stage Tuesday afternoon to deliver a speech and field questions about her priorities for the coming legislative session. While Brown did not divulge many specific details of her 2019 agenda, she did …

The Womxn's March took place in Eugene on Saturday January 19th, 2019. Thousands of people marched from the Eugene courthouse into downtown to show support for women in the community.

The U.S. Department of Education proposed changes last month to the rules that dictate how public K-12 schools and universities, including the University of Oregon, respond to allegations of sexual harassment. The rules are a part of a law commonly referred to as “Title IX,” which prohibits …