Kelsey Card

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Name: Kelsey Card
Date registered: April 16, 2012

Biography

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 KelseyCard@KEZI.com

Latest posts

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Author's posts listings

SLEEPS’ Federal Courthouse Eviction

EUGENE, Ore. — SLEEPS has been on and off the steps of the old and new Federal Courthouses over the past couple of weeks to send a message about constitutional rights–specifically the 8th amendment–with regard to the right to sleep in public places. The group received word Friday night from the Government Services Administration through … Continue reading »

Articles Fuel Fiscal Cliff Misconception

EUGENE, Ore. — The “Fiscal Cliff Could Force Lane County, Oregon to Release Inmates”–that was the headline that ran on a couple news agencies websites Friday, but Lane County staff say it’s not true. The Lane County Sheriff’s Office and county administrators say a story about our recent jail cuts spiraled into a misleading headline … Continue reading »

Protester’s 18th Day on Hunger Strike

EUGENE, Ore. — The group of protesters working to bring awareness to shelter and homelessness, called SLEEPS, is officially set up at both the old federal courthouse and the new one. One activist is taking on a sort of sub journey. Conrad Barney has been on a hunger strike for 18 days. Barney says he … Continue reading »

Shoppers Buying Last Minute X-mas Trees

EUGENE, Ore. — Local tree lots are handing off their last load of Christmas trees to those last minute holiday decorators. Businesses say today wasn’t as busy as yesterday which could be attributed to the rain. But they say each year dozens of people contiue to purchase Christmas trees right up until the clock runs … Continue reading »

USPS Delivers on Sunday

EUGENE, Ore. — Many postal workers reported to work today, in an effort to keep those gifts and goodies moving and arriving just in the knick of time for the holidays. It’s something that postal workers say they’ve never done before. Usually drivers have their Sunday off, and finish deliveries in the days before the … Continue reading »

SLEEPS Activists File Federal Complaint

EUGENE, Ore. — In response to threats that homeless activists will be arrested if they don’t leave the Wayne Morse Free Speech Plaza, on Wednesday they filed a federal complaint against the General Services Administration (GSA). That’s the agency that threatened to have the protesters arrested. The complaint accuses the GSA of violating the first … Continue reading »

McKenzie District Closes Schools

BLUE RIVER, Ore. — Even though plows kept Highway 126 clear of snow, most of the rural roads in the spread-out McKenzie School District were pretty treacherous Wednesday morning. That’s why administrators made the call to cancel school. Students in the McKenzie School District got a couple extra days of Winter Break. School was closed … Continue reading »

Accidents Strike South Hills

EUGENE, Ore. — For those who live in the South Hills of Eugene, the early-morning commute was a bit of a challenge. Eugene Police say they dealt with at least a half a dozen accidents. Up at the intersection of Timberline and Warren, a car slid into a parked car, knocking it off an embankment … Continue reading »

Local Tire Companies Busy

EUGENE, Ore. — Local tire companies say these winter conditions are keeping them busy. The Goodyear on 7th Avenue in downtown Eugene says when the first snowfall hits, it sees about 50 percent more customers coming in to pick up seasonal tires. Many are chaining up for the passes as well. “Soon as there’s snow … Continue reading »

Crews Deal with Thousands of Outages

LANE COUNTY, Ore. — Nearly 8,000 Lane County residents lost power in the past 24 hours. Those outages meant waking up in a cold home, no water for a shower, or maybe no alarm to get up at all. When a tree at 15th and Main Street fell Sunday night, it took out two circuits. … Continue reading »

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