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Sam Broadway with KEPW Newsday for March 19-20, 2024

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Our top story: Eugene City Councilors delay a vote on a parking ordinance after being met with backlash. 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 19th and Wednesday the 20th of March 2024. On this edition of KEPW Newsday:

  • Eugene city councilors delay a vote on a parking ordinance after being met with backlash.
  • A man is arrested after an incident involving a knife on Cape Arago Highway near Lighthouse Way.
  • A man who robbed a Eugene bank made an unconventional getaway.

And we have lots of fires to talk to you about:

  • Firefighters respond to an apartment fire in Eugene.
  • In Sweet Home, a brush fire, structure fire, and multiple medical calls.
  • In Eugene, a car fire at the Home Depot.
  • A Lebanon home goes up in flames.
  • Firefighters extinguish a Santa Clara house fire.

In national news:

  • A Pennsylvania gunman who killed three is tracked to a New Jersey home amid a hostage standoff with SWAT.
  • Tornadoes kill at least three in Ohio as storms leave a trail of destruction in Indiana, Kentucky, and Arkansas.
  • A man is guilty of setting two people on fire in San Bernardino, California.
  • McDonald’s is hit with a systems outage worldwide, but some outlets are now back to normal.
  • A man says his late wife was not at her own funeral due to a medical examiner shortage.
  • A pod of dolphins came to the rescue of a mama humpback whale and her baby who were under attack.

We’ll have all of that and more, 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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