KEVU-CD is a low-powered, Class A MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station licensed to Eugene, Oregon, United States. It was formerly independent of any broadcast network, but is associated with KLSR-TV. The station is owned by California Oregon Broadcasting, Inc. of Medford, Oregon, and is sister to Fox affiliate KLSR-TV (channel 34). The two stations share studios on Chad Drive in Eugene; KEVU-CD's transmitter is located on South Ridge.
Due to KEVU's low-power status, the station is simulcast on KLSR's second digital subchannel to expand its broadcasting radius. This signal broadcasts on UHF digital channel 31.4 (or virtual channel 34.2 via PSIP) from the same transmitting tower on South Ridge.
KEVU-CD is rebroadcast on the following translator stations:
In March 2014, KEVU started airing some of KPTV's news broadcasts from Portland, Oregon. Currently (as of July 2015), it simulcasts the 8 a.m. hour of Good Day Oregon (previously tape-delayed at 9 a.m.) on weekdays, the Saturday 6 a.m. half-hour and the Sunday 7 a.m. half-hour. It also tape delays the first half-hour of The 5 O'Clock News at 5:30 p.m. on weekdays and the first half-hour of The 10 O'Clock News at 11 p.m. every night.