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Fires ablaze through Eugene after championship loss; otherwise tame night

The Eugene Fire Department and Eugene Police Department responded to several reports of fires all around Eugene last night. Four fires were put out after 9 p.m., right after the Championship game ended, according to Communications Director and Public Information Officer for the UOPD Kelly Mclver. The first was at 9:25 p.m., where a sock …

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Dunn Hall fire caused by spontaneous combustion

Tuesday’s fire in the Hamilton Complex’s Dunn Hall @@checked [email protected]@was an accident caused by mop heads catching on fire, investigators have confirmed. The fire, which began at approximately 11 a.m. on Tuesday morning, started in the basement of Dunn Hall. According to investigators, a spontaneous combustion was caused by cooking …

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Updated: Small fire at Tingle Hall in Hamilton complex extinguished

A small fire in a stairwell in Tingle Hall at the Hamilton Residence Hall took place shortly after 4 p.m., according to tweets from students and from the official University media relations Twitter account. The UO Alerts page confirms the incident, including the fact that officials from the Eugene Fire …

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MultimediaPhoto

Photos: Fire at Courtside Apartments

It was not immediately clear what caused the fire, but the fire was quickly put out by the sprinkler system. Residents were evacuated as a precaution and later were able to return to their homes. The fire comes on what is almost the year anniversary of a fire that broke …

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CrimeNews

Courtside residents evacuated after apartment fire

Firetrucks arrived at the edge of campus Friday night in response to an apartment fire in the Courtside student apartment complex. At approximately 7 p.m., smoke alarms in the Villard Street complex were set off by a cooking fire in a fifth-floor apartment. Ashley Spann, a Courtside resident who called …

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FootballSports

Dion Jordan's life-threatening injury nearly derailed a promising career

A lot of things weren’t supposed to happen. The car wasn’t supposed to be out of gas. His skin wasn’t supposed to erupt into flames. He wasn’t supposed to recover. He wasn’t supposed to compete again. He wasn’t supposed to play defense. He wasn’t supposed to become one the best …

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Top 5: News from around Oregon on Sept. 26

State plans elevated pedestrian/bike path connecting Eugene to Glenwood Construction has begun on an elevated 1,300-foot-long pedestrian and bicycle path that will run next to Franklin Boulevard under the I-5 Willamette River bridge that connects Eugene to Glenwood, according to The Register-Guard.  Officials hope it will provide a more practical connection …

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