KEZI Staff

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Name: Laura Campbell
Date registered: April 16, 2012

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Articles written by the KEZI staff are a product of our producers and web team.

Latest posts

  1. FBI Searches for Bank Robber — September 30, 2014
  2. Help Needed to Find Burglary Suspect — September 30, 2014
  3. Pet of the Week: Bruiser — September 30, 2014
  4. Ebola-Infected Doctor Tests New Vaccine — September 30, 2014
  5. Poll: Americans Back Airstrikes on ISIS — September 30, 2014

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  1. School Closures and Delays (Dec. 18) — 51 comments
  2. Cottage Grove Speedway Shut Down — 30 comments
  3. Crews Clear Eugene Homeless Camp — 20 comments
  4. Eugene Man Found in Columbia River — 16 comments
  5. Other School Closures and Delays: Dec. 6 — 14 comments

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FBI Searches for Bank Robber

The FBI is searching for a man wanted in a string of violent bank robberies, and thinks he might be somewhere on the West Coast. Authorities say the man shot and wounded a Nebraska police officer after robbing a bank in 2012 and has since been linked to four bank robberies and one attempt using … Continue reading »

Help Needed to Find Burglary Suspect

SALEM, Ore. – Salem Police needs the public’s help finding the suspect in an August burglary. Police say around 3 a.m. on August 21, an unidentified white male used a rock to smash the glass entry door to the Sizzler restaurant located at 1151 Lancaster Dr. and unsuccessfully tried to take the cash register. The … Continue reading »

Pet of the Week: Bruiser

EUGENE, Ore. — If you have an active home and would love to adopt a dog, meet Bruiser, our KEZI 9 News Pet of the Week. He is a 8-year-old Boxer/mix and weighs about 55 pounds. He would do best in a home with kids over 8 years old and no cats. He may be able … Continue reading »

Ebola-Infected Doctor Tests New Vaccine

(CNN) — An American doctor exposed to the Ebola virus is helping test a new vaccine. The doctor arrived at the National Institute of Health in Bethesda, Maryland on Sunday. The NIH is testing an experimental Ebola vaccine on human volunteers. The drug reported performed well in earlier trials with chimpanzees. The doctor was exposed … Continue reading »

Poll: Americans Back Airstrikes on ISIS

(CNN) — In the fight against ISIS in Iraq and Syria, Americans support U.S. lead airstrikes, but oppose sending troops on the ground, according to a new CNN/ORC International Poll. The majority, 73 percent of those surveyed, favor the military airstrikes. However, 24 percent oppose an air campaign, and 60 percent are against sending troops … Continue reading »

Ducks to Sport Pink at Arizona Game

EUGENE, Ore. — It’s confirmed–the Oregon Ducks are sporting pink to support Breast Cancer Awareness month this week. The uniform for is for Thursday’s game against the Arizona Wildcats. The Duck Store’s website is encouraging fans to wear black and pink on game day.

Measure 88 Forum in Eugene

EUGENE, Ore. — Anyone who is looking to find out more information about Measure 88 on the upcoming ballot can attend a forum Tuesday night. Measure 88 would allow the DMV to issue “driver cards,” an alternative driver license to Oregon residents without having to prove legal presence in the United States. Sen. Lee Beyer … Continue reading »

Fire Causes $155k in Damages

ALBANY, Ore. — An Albany family is safe Tuesday morning after their home was likely destroyed. Firefighters responded to the home on 3100 block of Southeast 26th Avenue Monday. Two girls first reported smelling smoke, and then smoke alarms went off. They got out, along with their three pets. The loss is estimated at about … Continue reading »

Coos Bay Man Missing

ROSEBURG, Ore. — The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office needs help looking for a Coos Bay man who was reported missing on Sunday. Investigators say 59-year-old John Ambrosini, Sr., left his home in Coos Bay on Friday, Sept. 26 to go for a motorcycle ride to the Roseburg area and was to return home later that … Continue reading »

Mt. Ashland Reveals Ski Survey Results

ASHLAND, Ore. — Mount Ashland is revealing the results of its recent ski survey. The survey had 1,200 responses telling mountain management what they want to see over the next 50 years. Some want to see longer runs and faster lifts. Others focused inside the lodge, calling for better food, a bigger bar and more lodging. … Continue reading »

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