Jennifer Richardson

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Name: Jennifer Richardson
Date registered: April 16, 2012

Biography

Jennifer Richardson joined the KEZI 9 News Team in January of 2012. She graduated from the Annenberg School of Communication at The University Of Southern California with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. Jennifer got her start in Tucson, Arizona as an assignment editor at KOLD. She then moved on to Pittsburg, Kansas where she was a general assignment reporter for three and a half years at KOAM/KFJX Jennifer was then hired on at KOLR/KSFX in Springfield, Missouri as the weekend anchor and general assignment reporter where she remained for another three and a half years. During her time in the Midwest she covered everything from murders and politics to features and most recently the aftermath of an EF5 tornado that hit Joplin. Jennifer recently married KEZI 9 News’ Brian Richardson, on September 3rd in Gilroy, California. They met while reporting together in Missouri. Jennifer grew up in California and they are happy to have found their way to this coast for a brand new adventure.

Latest posts

  1. Making a Difference: Jackson Vaughn — July 24, 2014
  2. Residents React to Evacuations — July 18, 2014
  3. Service Dog Complaint to go Before Judge — July 17, 2014
  4. Bohemia Mining Days Gets Ready to Open — July 16, 2014
  5. Chris Kilcullen Fundraising Weekend — July 15, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. Sheriffs Speak Out About Gun Control — 14 comments
  2. Family Seeking Bone Marrow Donor — 13 comments
  3. Tri-City Man Accused in Murders — 12 comments
  4. Family Navigates Russian Adoption Ban — 8 comments

Author's posts listings

Kitzhaber Speaks on Early Education

EUGENE, Ore. — Oregon’s governor says not enough kids are at the learning level they need to be when they enter kindergarten. Governor Kitzhaber was in Eugene Thursday to talk about recent statewide statistics. The quality rating and improvement system went statewide in March. Since then, 39 early learning programs have received star ratings and … Continue reading »

Last Push to the Primary

EUGENE, Ore. — The Oregon Primary Election is May 20, and candidates are touring the state greeting voters. Dr. Monica Wehby, a Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate, stopped in Eugene Thursday to meet and talk with residents at McMenamin’s. You may have seen her commercials talking about how she plans to push for an … Continue reading »

Allard Brothers Charged in Porn Case

EUGENE, Ore. — A Eugene teacher and his brother have now been charged with encouraging child sexual abuse. A spokesman with the Bethel School District says the justice department told district officials Jody and Jacky Allard were indicted on 10 counts each of first-degree and second degree encouraging child sexual abuse. The justice department would … Continue reading »

Inside Inspections: Well Testing

BENTON COUNTY, Ore. — The Benton County Department of Environmental Health got grant dollars to test for harmful contaminants that may enter homes. Some of those contaminants could even cause cancer. “I think this is a wonderful journey. I think we have some great help with some interns and some volunteers from OSU,” said Bill … Continue reading »

My First Mother’s Day

I always wondered why moms needed a whole day of recognition. I mean, I knew they did a lot, but now I really know why. The first week after having Hailey, I immediately called my mom and apologized for everything I had ever done to her, and then I thanked her for being my mom. … Continue reading »

Consumer Reports: Too Many C-Sections

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — A new report shows far too many babies are entering this world by C-section. Consumer Reports looked at 1,500 hospitals in 22 states. PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend and McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center in Springfield both fell into the second to worst category among hospitals surveyed in Oregon. Sacred Heart says … Continue reading »

Inside Inspections: Saturday Market

EUGENE, Ore. — Saturday Market is a staple in the Eugene community with longtime vendors. But you might not know there are many people behind the scenes making sure the food you eat there is safe. Four decades ago, the concept of Saturday Market began. It’s now grown to more than 100 vendors that display … Continue reading »

New Lane County Administrator Starts Job

EUGENE, Ore. — It was day two on the job Tuesday for Lane County’s new administrator. Steve Mokrohisky says transparency will be the key to regaining the public’s trust. He has spent the last 15 years in administration and says he is aware of the challenges facing the county and is ready to get started … Continue reading »

FFLC Donations Down at Spring Game

EUGENE, Ore. – The stands at the Ducks spring game on Saturday weren’t as packed as usual. Fewer people in the stands, translated to fewer donations for Food for Lane County. FFLC relies on the spring game as a major fundraiser and this year it was left with about 11,000 pounds short in donations. It’s … Continue reading »

How Clean are Area Hotel Pools?

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — There are more than two dozen pools and spas on the inspection list in Lane County. For hotels offering the amenity, water recreation comes with a costly and complicated upkeep. “The worse pool and spa we’ve seen are probably the ones that don’t get cleaned, don’t get monitored regularly, people think they … Continue reading »

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