Tag Archives: crime

A Downtown is Never Finished

By Casey Pechan The Many Attempts at New Downtown Like spring cleaning, the Downtown Springfield cleanup is something that city officials and Main Street residents keep returning to year after year. In the 1950’s, a short informational video was made … Continue reading

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Downtown residents assure that things are improving

 Local residents and workers of downtown have seen the light at the end of the tunnel By Nikki Wyatt The biggest issues most people think Downtown Eugene faces may not be as prominent as previously thought. Some of the most … Continue reading

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Poverty and Crime With a Touch of Hope

Locals express their concerns and optimism for downtown Eugene. By Samantha Thom While for many college students downtown is the mecca of bars, dance clubs, and Voodoo Doughnuts, those working and living in the area are feeling uncomfortable and unsafe … Continue reading

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Harlow/Cal Young Residents Love the City, Hate the Meth

When asked why he likes the city of Eugene, Oregon.  Daniel Neustel, a cabinet- builder and 30 year resident says, “I like that we have a major university and a, pretty, decent community college.  I like the college sports atmosphere and just … Continue reading

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There’s ‘No Love’ in Churchill

By Michael Wallen EUGENE, Ore. – This summer, Churchill area teenagers are tagging surfaces around the neighborhood with the phrase “No Love”. The signature graffiti tag of the vandals is the word ‘no’ followed by a heart symbol. Witnesses at … Continue reading

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Ayan’s Media Analysis: Crime

By: Ayan Jama I am very interested in what crimes are occurring throughout the world. That is why I chose to follow the crime beat on CNN’s homepage. The specific article I picked is, “Springer parents to spend years in … Continue reading

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Brianne’s Media Analysis: Crime Story

By: Brianne Limani Any journalist who follows crime beats could tell you that there is never a lack of stories on such a topic; and oftentimes it seems that drugs play a large role in these stories.  I recently read an … Continue reading

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Michelle’s media analysis–crime story

By Michelle Li This week I decided to find out an excellent crime stories. I find “23 Arrested in Hemet Crime Probe” by Robert J. Lopez and Andrew Blankstein on the Los Angeles Times. This article is a very good … Continue reading

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The crime beat.

by Claire Staley I decided to pursue a crime beat for this week’s media analysis, and so I turned to a city notorious for violent crime. I read this story from The Baltimore Sun about the murder of a 72-year … Continue reading

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Analysis of “Crime Rises as Aid Awaits Distribution”

I watched a New York Times’ interactive slide show called, “Crime Rises as Aid Awaits Distribution” that showed the after effects of the earthquake that occurred in Port Au Prince, Haiti on January 12, 2010. The earthquake included every class, … Continue reading

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