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The University of Oregon (UO, U of O or Oregon) is a public research university in Eugene, Oregon. Founded in 1876,  the institution is well known for its strong ties to the sports apparel and marketing firm Nike, Inc , and its co-founder, the eccentric billionaire Phil Knight .
Ontario is the largest city in Malheur County, Oregon, United States.It lies along the Snake River at the Idaho border. The population was 11,366 at the 2010 census. The city is the largest community in the region of far eastern Oregon, also known as the Western Treasure Valley.
U.S. Route 101 and SR 110 in downtown Los Angeles. I-5 from north of downtown Los Angeles to its modern-day split in Wheeler Ridge before 99's final decommissioning in 1968. In 1972, the AASHTO gave permission to the Oregon State Highway Commission to retire US 99W, US 99E and US 99 from the national system. 
Eugene, Oregon: Opportunity Village, Westmoreland Park; Eureka, California: Devil's Playground; Fresno, California: New Jack City, Little Tijuana, Village of Hope and Community of Hope; Hawaii: Pu'uhonua o Waianae in Waianae. Las Vegas, Nevada: Tent cities are prevalent in Downtown, including G Street.
On June 7, police installed sturdier barricades around the East Precinct and boarded up its windows. The situation intensified after 8 pm, when a demonstrator was shot while trying to slow down a vehicle speeding towards a crowd of 1,000 protesters on 11th Avenue and East Pine Street; the driver left the vehicle with a gun and walked towards the police line, where he was taken into custody ...
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Like many U.S. state capitols, the Georgia State Capitol is designed to resemble the Neoclassical architectural style of the United States Capitol, in Washington, D.C. Former Confederate general Philip Cook was a member of the commission that oversaw planning and construction of the building.
Thurmond is a town in Fayette County, West Virginia, United States, on the New River.The population was five at the 2020 census. During the heyday of coal mining in the New River Gorge, Thurmond was a prosperous town with a number of businesses and facilities for the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway.