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1 New city government reporter Megan Banta joins R-G newsroom
2 First phase of infrastructure for riverfront neighborhood, including Fifth Avenue extension, nearly done
3 Volunteers help EWEB restore oak savanna, now a 'scattered relic,' at water storage tank site
4 Springfield Police Chief Richard Lewis on paid leave during investigation into administrative personnel
5 On the Agenda: Homelessness, Glenwood riverfront, results of community survey on COVID-19
6 How well do Lane County, Eugene and Springfield employees reflect community's racial and ethnic makeup?
7 Portland developer has started buying land to redevelop downtown riverfront into neighborhood
8 Springfield paid former officer Ryan Stone, attorneys $250,000 to settle lawsuit, end employment
9 Use-of-force expert: Springfield police could have avoided Thurston protest conflict
10 How has the coronavirus pandemic impacted you? Eugene officials want to know
11 Committee reviewing Eugene police policy approves dozens of recommendations
12 Man charged with burglary, assault after striking coffee stand worker Monday morning
13 What are Eugene and Springfield doing to allow 'missing middle' housing as required by state law?
14 State fines Springfield's Along Came Trudy more than $9,000 for violating COVID-19 restrictions
15 'There should be consequences': Family of man killed by Springfield police files $2M wrongful death claim
16 Eugene, NW Natural disagree on whether to link franchise agreement, climate goals
17 'We're bursting at the seams.' Lansing nurses, already drained, are anxious about COVID-19 surge
18 On the Agenda: Riverfront, Scherer Buick property redevelopment; housing tools
19 Springfield City Council opening: Who applied and how to get involved in selection process
20 Three-acre riverfront park set to open in July with overlooks, interpretive art
21 On the Agenda: Update on litigation, housing, Holiday Farm Fire recovery
22 Negligence claim against father in federal lawsuit revived, son killed himself with father's service weapon
23 Former Springfield police recruit alleges hostile work environment; city is investigating
24 Springfield may loan up to $10 million to help transform downtown parking lot
25 After successful pilot at MSU and in Ingham County, app to warn of COVID-19 exposure rolling out across Michigan
26 COVID-19 Q&A: Should I see family and friends on the holidays?
27 It's Dungeness crab season: Fisherman's Market stocking seasonal shellfish fresh from the Oregon Coast
28 University of Oregon professor: Riots at U.S. Capitol an 'extraordinarily emboldening moment' for far right
29 Mayor Lucy Vinis in State of the City address: Connectedness key to Eugene's success in 2021
30 1,300 complaints, 3 fines for Lane County businesses violating COVID-19 rules
31 Lane County to ask voters to renew, increase property tax supporting 4-H and OSU Extension
32 Former Eugene elementary school teacher to serve 13 years for sex trafficking of a child
33 State fines Little Brown Hen Cafe in Florence more than $17,000 for violating COVID-19 restrictions
34 Eugene to pay $61K to woman who sued over May 31 police response; new court documents name more officers
35 State fines Firehouse Restaurant in Florence more than $18,000 for violating COVID-19 restrictions
36 Preserving history: Development of steam plant a 'game changer' but still a couple years out
37 Eugene looking for public input on funding priorities for Community Safety Payroll Tax
38 Lawsuit: Springfield police violated civil rights, denied equal protection during Thurston protest
39 COVID-19 Q&A: Can kids still tell Santa what they want for Christmas?
40 Springfield received complaint from state about chief, other officers before putting Lewis on leave
41 Construction restarting on South Willamette Street this month, wrapping up in the fall
42 Former ODOT employee claims he was fired for raising concerns over I-105 bridge project
43 Springfield City Council appoints Damien Pitts, an Army veteran who's Black, to fill Ward 1 vacancy
44 Chief Skinner: Eugene police don't expect violence from extremist Trump supporters but are prepared
45 Former Eugene elementary school teacher pleads guilty to sex trafficking of a child
46 Former Springfield officer Scott McKee files another notice of lawsuit against city and police department
47 Sauk Prairie High School honor roll, term 3 | Education |
48 On the Agenda: Lane County to discuss wildfire recovery, initiatives to help unhoused
49 2 men who say Springfield police used excessive force will get $150,000 combined in settlement
50 Report: Springfield police 'immediately resorted to force' in traffic stop that led to death of Stacy Kenny
51 Decades in the making, downtown Eugene almost reconnected to Willamette River
52 Late arriving census data may impact Eugene, Lane County election filings
53 Lane County phone service 'largely restored' after contractor accidentally damaged infrastructure
54 Lane County's website down because of issue with vendor, no estimate for repairs
55 Here's what happened to MSU staffers caught with sexual content on university-owned devices
56 Experts say Springfield police use-of-force policies need to be updated. Chief shared different take in November.
57 Springfield Mayor: Resilience, resourcefulness, renewed commitment key in 2021
58 On the Agenda: Special districts, councilor vacancy, Pallet shelters
59 Complaint analysis finds less than 15% of complaints about Eugene police result in finding violation, sustaining misconduct allegation
60 Riverfront Animal Hospital, Gillespie Roofing fined by state for failing to protect workers from COVID-19
61 MSU reviewed more than 1,100 reports of racial discrimination and bias in 5 years. It found violations in 8 cases
62 COVID-19 Q&A: I had coronavirus and recovered. Am I immune? Can I still spread it?
63 Grand Ledge High School grad, 20, dies after fighting COVID-19; family urges 'enormous caution'
64 COVID-19 Q&A: When should I get tested before seeing family and friends?
65 Health official: Increase in COVID-19 cases at Michigan State not another major outbreak
66 More Register-Guard content will be available exclusively to subscribers in recognition of reader support
67 State suspends Royal Scot's liquor licenses, business permits for violating COVID-19 restrictions
68 Another Michigan stay-home order wouldn't help stop COVID-19 surge, health officials say
69 Daily COVID-19 update: Greater Lansing cases grow by 212, positivity rates remain too high
70 MSU finds 8 people who failed to report Larry Nassar or former dean William Strampel
71 Flu season: Michiganders can get a free vaccine at Lugnuts, Tigers stadiums
72 If class action lawsuit succeeds, East Lansing may owe BWL customers in city millions
73 'We believed in his innocence the entire time.' Charges dropped against man accused of 2011 Lansing murder
74 Religious school, parents argue mask mandates deny educational, spiritual opportunities
75 Donald Trump won 2 of 3 Lansing-area counties, but by smaller margin than in 2016
76 COVID-19 Q&A: I planned an event before the state issued new restrictions. Can I still host it?
77 MSU assistant police chief demoted, officer fired for ‘inappropriate behavior’
78 State workers will need to opt-in annually to pay union dues directly from paycheck
79 UPDATE: At least 34 COVID-19 cases linked to Harper's Restaurant; patrons asked to self-quarantine
80 Lawsuits: Managers in MSU's landscaping services give 'young boys club' special treatment
81 Prosecutor drops charges against Karl Manke, Owosso barber who cut hair during pandemic
82 Mask required indoors and outdoors in downtown East Lansing until at least Jan. 31
83 Meridian Township opens new farmers market pavilion
84 Harper's Restaurant and Brew Pub has green light to reopen, but no date set
85 Daily COVID-19 update: Lansing-area cases still rising as Ingham death toll exceeds 100
86 Timeline: From violent social media threads to arrests for conspiracy to kidnap to Gretchen Whitmer
87 Quality Dairy bakery plant cited for bacteria, insects in 2020. Leaders say they've fixed the problems
88 After 342 new COVID-19 cases in 3 weeks, Michigan State students urged to self-quarantine
89 Health care leaders see high demand for growth as they plan millions in investment
90 Inmate who escaped from Ingham County Jail dismantled cell window
91 State suspends license of doctor involved in Sparrow Carson infection cases after patient complaints
92 Chaos erupts briefly in East Lansing after Michigan State win over University of Michigan
93 You asked and we answered these questions you had about COVID-19 testing and restrictions
94 Sparrow planning 100,000-square-foot outpatient surgery center near downtown Lansing hospital
95 Lansing police identify 22-year-old found dead on south side last week
96 MSU vice president withdraws acceptance of job offer after outcry over role in Nassar scandal
97 Wayfair backs out of plans for 500-job customer service center in Meridian Township
98 McLaren Health Care ups investment in new Lansing health campus to $600 million
99 COVID-19 Q&A: What's included when Michigan reports new cases and deaths?
100 You asked, we answered your COVID-19 questions on testing, immunity