Kelsey Card

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Name: Kelsey Card
Date registered: April 16, 2012


Kelsey Card joined the KEZI 9 News team as a reporter in February 2012. Kelsey grew up in Portland and holds a degree in Televison Production from Mt. Hood Community College and earned her B.A. at the University of Oregon in August 2011, where she majored in Electronic Media and minored in Ethnic Studies. During her years at the UO she worked at KEZI 9 News as a production assistant. Kelsey also interned and later filled in as a videographer at the Oregon Zoo, where her footage was picked up by the Discovery Channel and CNN International. Doing video work for the Oregon Zoo and holding the position of video manager at the children’s website, GLOBIO, furthered her innate thirst for storytelling, and peaked her interests in wildlife and community. In her free time you can find her on a hike in the forests of Eugene, with a dog or two by her side, at Luv-a-Bull rescue. Kelsey enjoys immersing herself in the thoughts of those in her community. Please contact her to chat about story ideas at

Latest posts

  1. City Councilors Could Vote on Tax Levy — February 11, 2013
  2. City Councilors Could Vote on Tax Levy — February 11, 2013
  3. KLCC Prepares for Microbrew Festival — February 8, 2013
  4. IHOP Serves Free Pancakes — February 5, 2013
  5. Potential Levy and Stormwater Fee — February 4, 2013

Most commented posts

  1. Arrest Made in Animal Abuse Case — 22 comments
  2. Springfield Cat Breeder Arraigned — 13 comments
  3. Council Passes West Eugene EmX Extension — 11 comments
  4. Man Takes a Stand Against Video Game — 8 comments
  5. Springfield’s “The Pump Cafe” Robbed — 6 comments

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Neglected Pit Bull Tied to Mailbox

Note: Some of the images in the video above may be graphic. SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Springfield Police are looking for whoever is responsible for tying up an extremely malnourished pit bull to a set of mailboxes in Springfield, abandoning it in the freezing temperatures. The dog was found tied up with what looked like a … Continue reading »

Public Invited to Speak on Service Fees

EUGENE, Ore. — Eugene City Council will hold a public hearing for the first time on Tuesday to discuss one or two possible city service fees. One of those fees would have Eugene residents paying an extra $120 a year. City leaders say the fees would simply maintain services that many residents want to keep … Continue reading »

Warming Centers Open Fifth Day in a Row

EUGENE, Ore. — The recent surge of cold weather is keeping volunteers busy at the Egan Warming Centers, and they may not get a break for a couple more nights. The warming centers are set to open again Monday night. It’s the fifth day in a row the centers have been open, marking the longest … Continue reading »

Conestoga Huts Fundraiser Breaks Goal

EUGENE, Ore. — Members of the group Community Supported Shelters say their focus is now on building after the community came together Sunday night to raise more than $4,000 to build six more Conestoga huts for people in need of temporary housing. The fundraising goal for Sunday night of $3,600 was blown out of the … Continue reading »

Cafe Hosts Conestoga Hut Fundraiser

EUGENE, Ore. — Community Supported Shelters is counting on people to stuff their faces Sunday night to raise money to build six more Conestoga Huts. Three have already been built and moved into in the last week. The Cornbread Cafe is donating all of its proceeds from 4:00 to 9 p.m. to construction efforts for … Continue reading »

SPD K-9 Nabs Knife Wielding Robber

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — A local man with a lengthy criminal record is in the Lane County Jail, after Springfield Police say he threatened Walmart employees with a knife after robbing the store Saturday around midnight. Investigators say 26-year-old Brian Brusewitz was trying to exit the store on Olympic Street with stolen goods when an employee … Continue reading »

Wattiers Visit Each Other in Hospital

PORTLAND, Ore – For the first time in 44 days, Lane County Deputy Drew Wattier and his wife, Michelle, critically injured in Mexico after being struck by a driver in a hit-and-run, were officially reunited. After a mostly peaceful flight to Portland Friday night for Michelle, Saturday the Wattiers were able to revel in a … Continue reading »

95.3 The Score Switches to CBS Sports

EUGENE, Ore. — Nearly a week ago, Cumulus Media dropped ESPN programming and replaced it with CBS Sports Radio. The change affected 67 stations nationwide, including 95.3 The Score. Some fans aren’t happy about it. They flooded Cumulus with calls and e-mails complaining the new programming is sloppy and disappointing. But the station’s host says … Continue reading »

High-Speed Chase Ends with Two Arrests

EUGENE, Ore. — A high-speed chase ended with two arrests Wednesday afternoon, after police pursued a mid-sized U-Haul truck. Police have closed the north and southbound lanes of Northwest Expressway, between Awbrey Lane and Irvington Drive to traffic while they investigate. Multiple agencies were involved in the chase, which started around 3:20 p.m. and ended … Continue reading »

Oregon Governor Takes Economic Tour

EUGENE, Ore. — Governor Kitzhaber had his hands full Tuesday with local business leaders and community members to hash out all things economy and education. But he didn’t wear his cowboy boots and jeans for no reason. There was some casual fun thrown in too. Governor Kitzhaber not only got to tour one of the … Continue reading »

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