In Part 2 of his special report, NewsChannel 21's Matt McDonald looks at how the governor's office is watching closely the changes in student-body makeup at the University of Oregon, as well as other schools.
Out-of-state students pay about three times more in tuition to attend the University of Oregon than Oregonians do. Is that why out-of-state students are making up a growing share of the student body? Nobody is ducking the question, but the answers NewsChannel 21's Matt McDonald found go beyond dollars and cents.
"Poverty with a view" -- a phrase that used to be heard around town, referring to Bend's high living costs and low wages. NewsChannel 21's Alicia Inns takes a look at how the cost of living numbers here now compare to other cities of similar size.
Athletes who suffer concussions and career-ending head injuries are no stranger to news headlines. But what happens when a fall during a simple family walk results in a brain injury? That's exactly what happened to me in late January of this year.
Almost everyone has them now: a Facebook account, Twitter, email and even online banking -- it's our virtual life. But unlike you, your online persona has no pulse, and when you die, the virtual "you" keeps on living.
A recent Today Show report had some unnerving news about smoke detectors, but in a special report, NewsChannel 21's Matt McDonald talked with Central Oregon fire officials and learned it's not that simple, or scary.
On a clear day, they're an unmistakable part of the sky. Most people simply know them as condensation trails off of planes, but there's a growing community of believers who are convinced something more sinister is going on.