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Blazers honor UCC shooting victims, families during Sunday's game

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The team invited the community members, some of whom lost loved ones during the shooting, as a way to pay tribute to the community’s strength.

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Hundreds gather to honor UCC shooting victims

(Top row from left to right) Lucero Alcaraz, Lucas Eibel, Rebecka Carnes and Treven Anspach. (Bottom row from left to right) Jason Johnson, Lawrence Levine, Quinn Cooper, Kim Dietz and Sarena Moore. (Top row from left to right) Lucero Alcaraz, Lucas Eibel, Rebecka Carnes and Treven Anspach. (Bottom row from left to right) Jason Johnson, Lawrence Levine, Quinn Cooper, Kim Dietz and Sarena Moore.
Updated: Oct 22, 2015 01:08 AM

Students at Umpqua Community College held a public memorial Wednesday night to remember the nine people killed in a mass shooting three weeks ago.  More>>

Online efforts of virtual volunteers critical in aftermath of UCC shooting

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While first responders and support crews rushed to Umpqua Community College after the vicious shooting on October 1, volunteers from 911 call centers around Oregon went online to keep those on the ground informed and connected. More>>

Roseburg community holds church worship service

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Eighteen days after the shooting at Umpqua Community College, the community of Roseburg is finding the strength to heal through worship.The Douglas County Evangelical Fellowship organized a worship service on Sunday to help the community come together after the horrific shooting on Oct. 1. More>>

UCC shooting hero Chris Mintz shares story of survival

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He's known as a hero in the town of Roseburg and a survivor of the UCC shooting.Now, for the first time, Chris Mintz is sharing the story about what happened that day on campus in his own words.  In that Facebook post, Mintz said that day started so normal.  More>>

UCC victim's service dog to be honored at local dog festival

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A service dog of one of the UCC shooting victims will be receiving a special honor at Sutherlin’s Annual Dog Festival. More>>

GoFundMe links for UCC shooting victims

Updated: Oct 05, 2015 10:55 AM

GoFundMe accounts have been set up as a way for the public to support the victims of the deadly mass shooting at Umpqua Community College near Roseburg.  More>>

UCC shooting survivor Cheyeanne Fitzgerald released from hospital

Cheyeanne Fitzgerald (Photo: GoFundMe) Cheyeanne Fitzgerald (Photo: GoFundMe)
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Mercy Medical Center in Roseburg said Tuesday morning that no other UCC patients remained hospitalized there. More>>

OR Fish and Wildlife, high schools hold fundraiser honoring UCC victim Treven Anspach

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One of the victims of the Umpqua Community College shooting loved fishing, so over the weekend many people honored him by doing what he loved. More>>

Friends and family remember UCC shooting victim Kim Dietz

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Friends and family gathered to remember Kim Dietz during a celebration of life ceremony at Pyrenees Vineyard. More>>

Classes resume at Umpqua Community College after mass shooting

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Eleven days after a gunman carried out a deadly massacre on campus, classes resumed at Umpqua Community College on Monday. More>>

Students returned to classes at Umpqua Community College Monday for the first time since a gunman killed nine people and injured nine others Oct. 1. More>>

Gov. Kate Brown on UCC: ‘This is a very strong and resilient community’

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Classes resumed at Umpqua Community College Monday after the tragic mass shooting that took place on campus less than two weeks ago.Governor Kate Brown spoke to the community of Roseburg at the beginning of the school day. More>>

Three youngest UCC shooting victims laid to rest

(From left to right) Lucas Eibel, Quinn Cooper and Rebecka Carnes (From left to right) Lucas Eibel, Quinn Cooper and Rebecka Carnes
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The three youngest victims of the Umpqua Community College shooting were laid to rest on Saturday. More>>

UCC Shooting survivor called 'the lucky one' shares harrowing memories of tragedy

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One week after the shooting at Umpqua Community College took the lives of nine innocent people, a survivor of the shooting is giving the clearest vision yet of the horror the people in the classroom faced. More>>

Father of UCC shooting victim said he was blocked from event with Pres. Obama

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One family member of a victim of the Umpqua Community College shooting said he was turned away from meeting with President Obama Friday. More>>

Memorial service held for UCC shooting victim Lucero Alcaraz

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A memorial service for one of the nine victims of the Umpqua Community College shooting was held on Friday in Roseburg. More>>

Memorial services set for victims in UCC shooting

(Top row from left to right) Lucero Alcaraz, Lucas Eibel, Rebecka Carnes and Treven Anspach. (Bottom row from left to right) Jason Johnson, Lawrence Levine, Quinn Cooper, Kim Dietz and Sarena Moore. (Top row from left to right) Lucero Alcaraz, Lucas Eibel, Rebecka Carnes and Treven Anspach. (Bottom row from left to right) Jason Johnson, Lawrence Levine, Quinn Cooper, Kim Dietz and Sarena Moore.
Updated: Oct 06, 2015 08:17 PM

The schedules for services for many of the people killed in the Umpqua Community College shooting were finalized Tuesday. More>>

Protesters greet Pres. Obama upon arrival in Roseburg

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Protesters upset about the president's stance on gun control lined streets near Roseburg's airport Friday, holding signs with messages like "No more gun free zones." More>>

Fiance of UCC victim: "Her dog lays next to the door at night and doesn't move"

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A service dog inside of Snyder Hall, that was alongside his owner who was shot and killed in the UCC shooting, is finally home, according to family. Loved ones of Sarena Moore say it’s like having a piece of her, back with them.  More>>

Vineyard co-workers describe UCC shooting victim: 'What an amazing, energetic woman'

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Passionate, energetic and hardworking. That's how co-workers of one of the nine people killed in the Umpqua Community College shooting are remembering her. More>>

ODFW, high schools hold 'Trout for Treven' fundraiser in honor of UCC shooting victim

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The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and two high schools turning a passion of UCC shooting victim Treven Anspach into a fundraiser for his family. More>>

Protests expected ahead of President Obama's Roseburg visit

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One day ahead to President Obama's scheduled visit to meet with the families of the victims of the Umpqua Community College shooting, thousands of protesters are preparing to show disagreement with the trip and the president's agenda. More>>

UCC shooting survivor improving, has 'long road to recovery' ahead

Julie Woodworth (Photo: Facebook) Julie Woodworth (Photo: Facebook)
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Three of the Umpqua Community College shooting survivors remain in the hospital and doctors said one survivor has a long road to recovery ahead of her. More>>

UCC shooting survivor Chris Mintz released from hospital

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Family members said Chris Mintz, 30, tried to block a door to prevent the gunman from entering a classroom at Umpqua Community College Oct. 1. More>>

Univ. of Oregon offers free football tickets to UCC students, staff

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The University of Oregon says UCC students and staff can request up to four tickets to this weekend's game against Washington State. More>>

PCC students gather for candlelight vigil to remember UCC shooting victims

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Students, staff and community members gathered Wednesday night to light nine candles for each of the Umpqua Community College shooting victims at Portland Community College. More>>

UCC victim Sarena Moore had “humble, teachable approach to life”

Sarena Moore, courtesy of the Oregon Conference of Seventh Day Adventists. Sarena Moore, courtesy of the Oregon Conference of Seventh Day Adventists.
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As memorial services get underway for the victims of the Umpqua Community College shooting, friends and family gathered Wednesday morning to remember Sarena Moore, one of nine people who were killed. More>>

Douglas Co. Commissioners: regardless of differences, we look forward to President's support

Updated: Oct 07, 2015 07:43 PM

The three county commissioners for Douglas County released a statement Wednesday welcoming President Barack Obama ahead of his visit to Roseburg to meet with victims of the Umpqua Community College shooting, regardless of their differences on “policy issues.” More>>

Douglas County DA: Plainclothes detectives were first on scene of UCC shooting

(From left) Roseburg Police Chief Jim Burge, Douglas County District Attorney Rick Wesenberg, Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin (From left) Roseburg Police Chief Jim Burge, Douglas County District Attorney Rick Wesenberg, Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin
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Det. Sgt. Joe Kaney and Det. Todd Spingath, who were not wearing bulletproof vests, were on the scene at approximately 10:44 a.m., six minutes after the first 911 call. More>>

As Roseburg tries to heal, Presidential visit sparks controversy

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The father of Ana Boylan, a survivor of the shooting at Umpqua Community College, said his family would not be meeting with Pres. Obama when he visits on Friday. More>>

Tattoo shop offers way for people to permanently show their support for Roseburg, UCC victims

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Some people are showing their support for the victims and their families at an unusual place; a tattoo shop. More>>

UCC Shooting victim Lucas Eibel remembered by Wildlife Safari family

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The staff at Wildlife Safari are remembering a victim of Thursday's UCC shooting as a beloved co-worker and friend. More>>

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Comfort dogs helping at UCC: “You can really see the transfer of emotion”

Katie and Luther, two of six comfort dogs at UCC. Katie and Luther, two of six comfort dogs at UCC.
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As messages of support come in to Roseburg from all over the country in the wake of the deadly shooting at Umpqua Community College, there’s one group in particular helping not only on two legs but on four. More>>

Clackamas Co. Sheriff shares experiences helping in Roseburg

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The Clackamas County sheriff spent three days in Douglas County, helping with the investigation and bringing the lessons he learned from other active shootings to help in Roseburg. More>>

16-year-old UCC shooting survivor played dead to stay alive

Cheyeanne Fitzgerald (Photo: GoFundMe) Cheyeanne Fitzgerald (Photo: GoFundMe)
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Cheyeanne Fitzgerald was one of 18 people shot by a classmate at Umpqua Community College on Oct. 1. More>>

UCC shooting victim survived by playing dead

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Ana Boylan's family says the Umpqua Community College student survived by playing dead. More>>

Over $700K raised for UCC shooting victim, now people pushing for medal

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Chris Mintz has been described as a hero after trying to stop the shooter who killed nine people at Umpqua Community College Thursday, and now the community around him is showing their thanks. More>>

Blazers honor UCC shooting victims during first preseason game

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During warmups Monday, the players and coaches wore shirts that showed "UCC" surrounded by an outline of the state of Oregon. More>>

President Obama to visit Roseburg, meet with families of UCC shooting victims

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President Obama is traveling to Roseburg on Friday and will meet with the families of Umpqua Community College shooting victims.   More>>

Bomb threat forces evacuation of Rogue Community College

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Oregon State Police and local law enforcement were called to the Grants Pass college and were "conducting a criminal investigation," according to police. More>>

48-hour vigil helps Roseburg residents cope with loss

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Roseburg area residents attended a roughly 48-hour vigil on the lawn of the Douglas County Courthouse, coming together to worship, pray, and take comfort in the wake of last week’s tragedy on the UCC campus More>>

Hundreds of people donate blood for UCC victims

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Roseburg is a small timber community of about 22,000 people and they are helping in anyway they can after the Umpqua Community College shooting. More>>

Pastor's sermon: 'Violence will not have the last word'

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People in this southern Oregon timber town sought solace in church services following last week's deadly shooting rampage - including one congregation where the pastor's daughter survived because the gunman mistakenly believed she was dead. More>>

Umpqua Community College campus reopens following deadly shooting

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Though campus will be be open Monday, classes don't resume until the following Monday, Oct. 12. More>>

UCC shooter showed little sympathy in calculated killings

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In a rampage lasting about 10 minutes, Christopher Harper-Mercer took nine lives Thursday morning in chilling fashion before killing himself as officers closed in.  More>>

Father of Umpqua Community College shooter: 'I had no idea he had any guns'

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Ian Mercer declined to specifically address his son's mental state, saying he wanted to let police determine the facts of the investigation. More>>

Group of Douglas County Moms write letter to world about the Roseburg they know

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With the nation’s eyes on the City of Roseburg this week a group of Douglas County moms are doing their part to make sure people know what their town is like, beyond this tragedy. More>>

Douglas County finding ways both big and small to help UCC shooting victims

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People all across Douglas County are busy finding ways to help families affected by the UCC shooting. Many who say they can’t just sit and do nothing and want to do something to help, no matter how big, or how small that may be. More>>

Douglas Co. Fire Chief on UCC shooting: 'It's personal'

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Deputies are still investigating the shooting at Umpqua Community College and said they won't stop until the victim's families have answers.Fire Chief Greg Marlar was one of the first on scene. He said he didn't know until he walked into the classroom how many had been killed, or that two of those victims had ties to his department. More>>

Douglas County Sheriff's office hosts final planned news conference on UCC shooting

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John Hanlin, the Douglas County Sheriff hosted a news briefing to share more information about the Umpqua Community Shooting at the Roseburg Public Safety Building. More>>

Roseburg comes together to begin the healing process after UCC shooting

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The healing process will take a long time for the community of Roseburg, but already people are doing what they can to help. More>>

Friends, family remember the victims of the UCC shooting, lean on each other for support

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The families and friends of those killed at Umpqua Community College are grieving together as they mourn the loss of the nine victims. More>>

Oregon shooting: Victims remembered for compassion

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A quadruplet, an aspiring pediatric nurse and a man who had finally found his path in life. Recent high school graduates experiencing their fourth day of college. Beloved sons and daughters. They were among the nine people killed Thursday when a gunman stormed the campus of Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon. More>>

Roseburg firefighter's son among the victims in UCC shooting

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Although the names of the victims weren't released until Friday afternoon, it was no secret to the community in the small town of Sutherlin that they had lost one of its own, 20-year-old Treven Anspach. More>>

Mother of UCC shooting victim: He wasn't perfect but he was trying to be a better person

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Jason Johnson was one of the nine victims killed by a shooter at Umpqua Community College, cutting short a life his mother said had just started a new beginning. More>>

ATF: 6 guns found at scene of UCC shooting, 7 more at shooter's home

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Investigators said a flak jacket filled with steel plates was found next to a rifle at the scene of the deadly mass shooting at Umpqua Community College. More>>

Victims in UCC shooting identified, ranging from 18 to 67

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The nine victims killed by a shooter at Umpqua Community College Thursday have been identified, ranging from teens to a man in his thirties that recently went back to finish high school to the class instructor. More>>

Beavers, Ducks reveal 'Unified for UCC' football helmets

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The Oregon State Beavers and Oregon Ducks football teams will honor the victims of the deadly mass shooting at Umpqua Community College. More>>

Hospital: Nine wounded in UCC shooting, six remain hospitalized

Mercy Medical Center CEO Kelly Morgan (left) and Chief Medical Officer Jason Gray (right) Mercy Medical Center CEO Kelly Morgan (left) and Chief Medical Officer Jason Gray (right)
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Mercy Medical Center officials said Friday morning that three patients had to be transported to a Springfield hospital for care and three remained hospitalized in Roseburg. More>>

Coos Bay-area schools close due to non-specific threat

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Southwestern Oregon Community College posted on Facebook that police notified the college of a threat of a shooting at a Coos County school Friday. More>>

Sheriff: 10 dead, including shooter, in Umpqua Community College shooting

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Fire officials tweeted Thursday morning that the college was on lockdown due to an active shooter. More>>

UCC shooting hero tells gunman, 'It's my son's birthday today'

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When the shooting broke out at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Chris Mintz, a former high school football player, tried to save the lives of others, relatives said. More>>

Douglas County Sheriff: UCC shooting 'hits close to home'

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Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin was among the law enforcement officers who rushed to Umpqua Community College Thursday morning when a gunman opened fire, killing nine and wounding nine others. More>>

Deputies, FBI search apartment possibly linked to UCC shooter

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Sheriff's Deputies and the FBI surrounded the Saddle Butte Apartments in Winchester Thursday afternoon. The apartments could be connected to Umpqua Community College shooting. More>>

Students recount UCC shooting: 'People were running in every direction'

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Several UCC students recount where they were and what they heard as the shooting happened. More>>

Vigil held in Portland to remember UCC shooting victims

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A vigil was held in Portland on Thursday night for the victims of the Umpqua Community College shooting. More>>

CNN: Umpqua Community College shooter identified as Chris Harper Mercer

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According to CNN, investigators have identified Chris Harper Mercer, 26, of Winchester as the shooter at Umpqua Community College. More>>

Portland police to increase patrols at local schools after UCC shooting

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The Portland Police Bureau will have extra patrols at local schools following the deadly mass shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg. More>>

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