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Sam Broadway with KEPW Newsday for March 14-15, 2024

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Our top story: A man is arrested in an alleged attack on a homeless person in downtown Eugene. KEPW Newsday starts...right now.

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, end-of-week edition, for Thursday the 14th and Friday the 15th of March, 2024. On this edition of KEPW Newsday:

  • A man is arrested in an alleged attack on a homeless person in downtown Eugene.
  • An attempted kidnapping happened in the Dexter Lowell area.
  • No survivors of a deadly plane crash near Madras.
  • A man is sentenced in an arson case.
  • State leaders call Portland’s ‘smell’ ordinance unfair.
  • Eugene Springfield Fire and other agencies respond to a landslide at Videra.
  • Firefighters extinguish a Santa Clara-area house fire.
  • A homicide investigation is going on in Siletz (Lincoln County).

In national news:

  • 16 are injured at an explosion at an FBI training facility in Orange County.
  • A shooter is among three dead in an Arkansas party shooting.
  • Three children and two adults are killed in a school bus crash in Illinois.
  • A father kills his wife and three children in a murder-suicide at a home in Honolulu.
  • A man deserts his family, including a five-month-old, after a violent crash in Los Angeles.
  • Johnsonville issues a recall after pieces of rubber are found in its food, and
  • Firefighters take twin girls shopping after their home goes up in flames.

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

And welcome to this very busy edition once again, of KEPW Newsday, end-of-week edition. I’m your host Sam Broadway…


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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