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Sam Broadway with KEPW Newsday for May 28-29, 2024

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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 28 and Wednesday the 29 of May 2024. On this edition of KEPW Newsday:

  • An Oregon State Patrol traffic stop results in the seizure of illegal drugs.
  • A man is facing several charges after allegedly barricading himself inside his ex-girlfriend’s home in an overnight standoff in Eugene.
  • A man is shoved onto the MAX tracks and says he’s glad to be alive in Portland.
  • Police are searching for an alleged carjacker as well in Portland.
  • A bear is spotted near the West Bank Bike Path in Eugene.
  • A $200,000 grant is awarded to Square One Villages.
  • First birds are covered in oil, and now gobs of black tar wash up on the Oregon Coast.

In national news:

  • Two children are among 15 dead after severe weather roars through Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas.
  • A horror Singapore Airlines flight left 22 people with spinal injuries.
  • A UPS driver is killed in Orange County and shot 14 times by a childhood friend.
  • An idiotic man who tried to body slam an orca gets hit with fines.
  • And a 73-year-old Vietnam veteran who was homeless finds a forever home with a new family.

We’ll have all of that, plus our national roundup, bringing you the news locally and around the globe. KEPW Newsday starts…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 Sunday at 6 a.m.

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