Heather Turner

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Name: Heather Turner
Date registered: April 16, 2012


Heather Turner joined the KEZI 9 News team in August 2010 as a news reporter based in the Corvallis newsroom. Heather moved to Oregon from Arizona where she attended Arizona State University. She graduated magna cum laude from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Sociology. While at ASU, Heather interned at KSAZ FOX 10 News, KNOW99 Television, KPHO CBS 5 News, and received the Scripps Howard Foundation Scholarship to intern at KNXV ABC 15 News. Heather also reported as the police beat reporter at ASU’s newspaper, The State Press, in addition to reporting for ASU’s TV station, Cronkite News Service.

Latest posts

  1. Controlled Burn Benefits Wildlife — August 30, 2012
  2. Bourbon to Honor Fallen Soldiers — August 29, 2012
  3. Rats Take Over State Building — August 28, 2012
  4. Changes to OSU Game Day Experience — August 27, 2012
  5. Damaged Tree Turned into Art — August 27, 2012

Most commented posts

  1. Bourbon to Honor Fallen Soldiers — 5 comments
  2. Corvallis Boy Drowns in River — 3 comments
  3. Opinions on Possible Corvallis Walmart — 1 comment
  4. Grass Seed Season Affecting Allergies — 1 comment
  5. “Miracle Pig” Survives Jump from Trailer — 1 comment

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Crews Begin Dismantling Dock

NEWPORT, Ore. — Crews worked all afternoon to start the process of removing the Japanese tsunami dock off Agate Beach. Workers ran into a few problems, but those issues didn’t stop people from watching the dock’s dismantling. Click on the video above to see the full story.

Large Tree Falls on OSU Campus

CORVALLIS, Ore. — A large red oak tree fell on the Memorial Union Quad at Oregon State University Wednesday morning. First the 80-foot tree dropped a large branch on one side, and then the tree fell in the opposite direction, OSU officials said. It’s unknown why the tree fell, but Joe Majeski, landscape manager for OSU, says it … Continue reading »

Last Day for Tsunami Dock in Newport

NEWPORT, Ore. — Tuesday was your last chance to get a picture next to the tsunami dock before it’s demolished. Wednesday morning, the area around the dock will be blocked off to the public for construction. Visitors KEZI 9 News spoke with Tuesday at Agate Beach say they heard the dock would be removed this … Continue reading »

Crews Set up for Benton County Fair

BENTON COUNTY, Ore. — The stage is nearly set for the 99th annual Benton County Fair. Benton County fair managers say they’ve been setting up the site, cleaning and preparing for the vendors to show up for about three weeks now. Monday, the larger vendors came in, spending all day setting up everything from tents, … Continue reading »

Mural Painted on Tsunami Dock

NEWPORT, Ore. — You only have a few days left to check out the tsunami dock that washed ashore on Agate Beach near Newport. Crews are scheduled to dismantle it next week. Visitors heading to the coast to check it out will see a little something extra: a mural painted on its side. It showed up … Continue reading »

Gray Whales in Depoe Bay for Summer

DEPOE BAY, Ore. — The Oregon Chapter of the American Cetacean Society is hosting a whale watching and wildlife viewing party this weekend in Depoe Bay. Marine biologists say Depoe Bay is one of the best places in the world to see gray whales in the wild, and summer is the prime time to view … Continue reading »

Data Security Breach at OSU

CORVALLIS, Ore. — A data security breach has prompted Oregon State University to alert thousands of students and employees that their personal information might not be secure. Administrators sent out a letter notifying approximately 21,000 current and former students and employees that some of their personal information was copied without permission by a contracted vendor. … Continue reading »

Paper Mill Boiler was Albany Landmark

MILLERSBURG, Ore. — An iconic building that served as a landmark for many near Albany is now a pile of rubble. Many of those KEZI 9 News spoke with Tuesday say the boiler was more than just piece of the paper mill, they say it was part of the town’s history and that they’re sad … Continue reading »

Corvallis da Vinci Days

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Art, science and technology all blend together in Corvallis this weekend. Da Vinci Days kicked off Friday night. Volunteers have spent all week setting up the site for the 24th annual da Vinci Days festival on OSU’s lower campus. Event organizers say da Vinci Days is full of exhibits and activities that … Continue reading »

Two Battle Over Custody of Dog

CORVALLIS, Ore. — A dog’s custody is the center of a legal battle. Both a Portland man and OSU student are claiming ownership of the same dog. Sam Hanson-Fleming says his dog Chase vanished about a year ago after he jumped a fence in his Portland backyard. Hanson-Fleming searched but never found him. “He’s my … Continue reading »

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