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

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  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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Inside New Conestoga Huts

EUGENE, Ore. — After the city approved the new Conestoga huts as part of the St. Vincent de Paul overnight parking program, two people moved into their new places this weekend. They finally have their own little something to call home. The occupants are still getting settled in, putting their own personal touches into what … Continue reading »

Brides Flood Oregon Wedding Showcase

EUGENE, Ore. — Brides-to-be and their friends and family got to enjoy some major one-stop shopping for their weddings Saturday. The Oregon Wedding Showcase was back at the Lane Events Center after their first show of the season in October. The event hosted nearly 90 vendors. Brides were able to choose catering, photographers, venues, cakes, … Continue reading »

Fans Keeping Up with Chip Kelly

EUGENE, Ore. — The constant twittering of Duck Football Coach Chip Kelly’s status on social media sites kept fans on their toes all weekend. Duck fans near the University of Oregon campus say they’ve been trying to keep up with all the latest tweets and news sites about where Chip Kelly could be heading, if … Continue reading »

Conestoga Huts in Use

EUGENE, Ore. — Several local leaders and organizations came together Saturday to celebrate an innovative addition to the St. Vincent de Paul’s overnight car camping program. Two people were given a dry, warm roof over their heads in the form of wooden huts. The Eugene City Council recently approved the wooden huts as part of … Continue reading »

Emerald City Roller Girls’ 6th Season

EUGENE, Ore. — The Emerald City Roller Girls prepared to tackle their 6th season Saturday, with a fierce double header. The Flat Track Furies battled the Andromedolls and the Emerald City’s Church of Sk8in faced off against Portland’s Break Neck Betties. “It’s really fun, it’s always competitive, the Furries feel like we’re gonna take it … Continue reading »

Friends Search for Missing Man

COTTAGE GROVE, Ore. — Friends and family have joined Lane County rescue crews in the search for a missing Oakland man. Brian Trumbo, 27, has been missing for more than two weeks, and a group of about 10 friends decided to take search efforts into their own hands Tuesday in the Dorena Lake area. They … Continue reading »

Rash of Crimes Involving Weapons

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Springfield police were busy this weekend. In just a few short hours over the weekend, they investigated three different shooting incidents, a damaging drunk driver, and a robber with a hatchet. Springfield police say most of them were a combination of alcohol and bad judgment. The attempted robbery at Ashley’s lottery deli … Continue reading »

Three Shooting Incidents in Springfield

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Three shooting incidents, in three different Springfield neighborhoods, in just two days, has kept officers busy this weekend. No one was injured in any of the incidents, but in each case a suspect was arrested. Three men were each arrested for firing shots during a dispute. Each had a .22 caliber hand … Continue reading »

New Years Resolutions, Too Lofty?

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Whether you’re looking to shed pounds, quit a dirty habit, or perhaps fall in love, you’re not alone in the quest to reach New Year’s resolutions going into 2013. A recent study by the University of Scranton says nearly 50 percent of Americans participate in setting goals for the new year, but … Continue reading »

Fundraiser for Wattiers Breaks the Bank

EUGENE, Ore. — Dozens of gym goers sweated it out for a good cause Saturday morning. Now a Lane County deputy and his wife have even more help on their side. Drew and Michelle Wattier were victims of a hit-and-run crash while vacationing in Mexico. Both are in stable but serious condition. Michelle has started … Continue reading »

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