Jennifer Richardson

Author's details

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. Scotty Svetal’s Road to Recovery — April 22, 2014
  2. Eugene VA Clinic Breaks Ground — April 21, 2014
  3. Local Students to Hike with Top Official — April 18, 2014
  4. IRS Investigates Tax Identity Fraud — April 17, 2014
  5. Sheriff Turner Applies for Police Chief — April 16, 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. 35 Jail Beds Cut — 8 comments

Author's posts listings

Weather Affects Salvation Army Donations

EUGENE, Ore. — The Salvation Army is sending out a plea for help. It says the weather’s setting back donations with both of its big Winter fundraisers, the bell ringers and the Angel Trees. The Salvation Army is hoping to help about 300 families this Christmas and that equals out to about 500 children. It … Continue reading »

Man Sentenced for Invasion of Privacy

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — A Springfield man who pleaded guilty to invasion of privacy, after he was accused of spying on his young next door neighbor is back in jail. Dana Bishop was sentenced Wednesday. His attorney and the victim’s attorney agreed to the sentencing in a plea deal. Bishop will serve 35 days in jail … Continue reading »

EWEB Approves Rate Increases

EUGENE, Ore. — EWEB customers will see in an increase to both their water and electric rates and it’s going to be a little higher than originally projected. The Eugene Water and Electric Board commissioners unanimously approved a 4.5 percent electric rate increase Tuesday night. The increase will cost the average single-family home more than … Continue reading »

Café Yumm! Supports ‘Giving Tuesday’

EUGENE, Ore. — There’s Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday. Now there’s Giving Tuesday. It’s a nationwide campaign to support nonprofits through online donations this holiday. Eugene based Café Yumm!’s pledging its support to Food For Lane County. For every online donation made to Food For Lane County, Café Yumm! will add $10. Its goal … Continue reading »

200 Local Kids To Perform The Nutcracker

EUGENE, Ore. — If you’re needing ideas for things to do with the family this holiday weekend we’ve got the perfect treat. More than 200 local kids are performing the Nutcracker at Lane Community College this weekend. KEZI 9 News caught up with the dancers as they rehearsed and prepared for this great holiday tradition. … Continue reading »

UO Student Group Helps Typhoon Victims

EUGENE, Ore. — More than 150 people turned out Thursday night to help raise money for the victims of  Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. The University of Oregon Kultura Pilipinas group worked in conjunction with the Philippine American Association of Lane County to host a spaghetti fundraiser. One hundred and thirty were served about $1,025 was … Continue reading »

Attorney Organizes Wills For Heroes

EUGENE, Ore. — Our first responders put themselves in harm’s way every day to protect our safety. Often times they don’t prepare for the risks that can come with these dangerous jobs. That’s why Eugene Attorney Dan Prince is putting together a pro bono program to offer local first responders free wills and estate plans. It’s … Continue reading »

Fred Meyer Shows Plans For Civic Stadium

EUGENE, Ore. — We’re getting a better picture of Kroger’s vision for the Civic Stadium property. Tuesday night Kroger-owned Fred Meyer representatives hosted an open house to showcase its plans to build a shopping center on the site. Fred Meyer’s spokeswoman Melinda Merrill says the store would likely be around 120,000 square feet. Merrill  says … Continue reading »

Egan Warming Centers to Open Wednesday

EUGENE, Ore. — It looks like we’re about to see some of the coldest nights of the season so far this year. And, the Egan Warming Centers are gearing up to help keep people out of the cold. The centers are activate when temperatures dip below 30 degrees. Starting Tuesday night through Sunday below freezing … Continue reading »

Victim’s Mother Reacts To Plea

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — A Springfield mother is reacting to the plea agreement made by Dana Bishop in a Springfield courtroom Monday. Dana Bishop was accused of spying on his neighbor with a camera he had pointed at her bedroom window. The victim’s mother, Chrystal Stutesman, says she was in the courtroom Monday when Dana Bishop … Continue reading »

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