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Sam Broadway with KEPW Newsday for March 12-13, 2024

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Our top local story: A man accused of sexually assaulting Eugene homeless people is arrested in Albany for other offenses. KEPW Newsday starts...right now.

Sam Broadway: This is KEPW 97.3 LPFM broadcasting locally here in Eugene, Oregon and simulcast online at KEPW.org. And now, the news.

This is KEPW Newsday Top-of-the-Week Edition for Tuesday the 12th and Wednesday the 13th of March 2024. On this edition of KEPW Newsday:

  • Multnomah County and Portland are announcing new homeless response plans. They may do away with the daytime camping ban as well.
  • A man is accused of sexually assaulting Eugene homeless people and is arrested in Albany for other offenses.
  • A Eugene woman is arrested for allegedly hitting a man with a car deliberately.
  • A two-alarm fire burns through a Portland auto shop.
  • A tragic accident claims the life of an avid skier at Mount Bachelor.
  • The Corvallis police are investigating a fatal shooting on NW Highland Drive.

In national news:

  • A teen is arrested after four children and two adults were found dead in a house in Canada.
  • An armed suspect barricades themselves and three family members inside in a Los Angeles County home.
  • Nine are dead and one are injured in a semi colliding with a van in west-central Wisconsin.
  • An ex-Nevada congressional candidate is to surrender after an arrest warrant for murder is issued.
  • The Great Barrier Reef is undergoing a mass coral bleaching event for the fifth time in nearly a decade.
  • An Instacart driver is being hailed as a hero for likely saving an elderly customer’s life after alerting his daughter.

We’ll have all of that, plus our national roundup, bringing you the news locally and around the globe. KEPW Newsday starts…right now.


KEPW Newsday offers local, regional, and national news from various news sources local, regional and national. Listen to Sam Broadway and KEPW Newsday Tuesday through Friday at 12:30 p.m. and Thursday and Friday at 6 a.m.

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