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. Police Seize More Than 13 lbs. of Pot — October 21, 2014
  2. Myrtle Point Man Arrested for Stabbing — October 21, 2014
  3. Wells Fargo Offers Bank Robbery Reward — October 21, 2014
  4. UPDATE: Predatory Sex Offender Arrested — October 21, 2014
  5. Pet of the Week: Half Pint — October 21, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. School Closures and Delays (Dec. 18) — 51 comments
  2. Cottage Grove Speedway Shut Down — 30 comments
  3. Crews Clear Eugene Homeless Camp — 21 comments
  4. Eugene Man Found in Columbia River — 16 comments
  5. Other School Closures and Delays: Dec. 6 — 14 comments

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Lane County Looking for Sex Offender

EUGENE, Ore. — Lane County Parole & Probation is looking for Jeramy Adam Ball, a predatory sex offender, after he failed to check in with his parole officer. He is on parole for first-degree rape and first-degree sodomy. If you see him, call police. Ball also disappeared about this time last year.

Junction City DMV Office Reopens

JUNCTION CITY, Ore. — The DMV in Junction City is back open a day earlier than expected. It’s looking better than ever. The office has fresh paint, new floors, new furniture and another workstation. The station has only been remodeled one other time since it opened in 1980, about nine years ago. Photo courtesy of … Continue reading »

Woman Accused of Mother’s Death

COOS COUNTY, Ore. — An Allegany woman is accused of murdering her elderly mother through neglect and maltreatment. Coos County sheriff’s deputies arrested 54-year-old Vana Gaye Boren after a six-month investigation for the death of her 87-year old mother, Willa Faye Boren. Investigators say it happened at the family’s home on the 66000 block of … Continue reading »

Students Take Part in Hands-On Job Fair

EUGENE, Ore. — When it comes to deciding what career to choose, nothing helps more than actually getting to try that job out for yourself. And that’s exactly what happened Thursday at the Construction and Utilities Career Day at the EWEB equipment yard in Eugene. More than 500 high school students from around Lane County … Continue reading »

Out & About: Oct. 17th-19th

Check out these fun events happening all over Western Oregon! Out & About Links: Nick Symmonds 800 Runaway Pumpkin Half Marathon Umpqua Brew Fest Docs and Ducks (registration) CMA Awards Watch Party: Bi-Mart’s Country Music Festival Family and KEZI are hosting an exclusive CMA Awards Watch Party live on November 5th at Studio 5 in Eugene.  The … Continue reading »

In the Garden: Growing Garlic

EUGENE, Ore. — Love to cook with garlic? There’s an easy way to grow your own. Caleb Johnson of Johnson Brothers Greenhouses shows us how easy it is in this week’s In the Garden.

Salem Kidnapping Suspect Arrested

SALEM, Ore. — The teen girl kidnapped from Salem earlier this week has been reunited with her family. Police say now the say the victim and the suspect met in an online chatroom several months ago. The girl’s family reported her missing on Tuesday. Police say she was found in the San Francisco Bay area … Continue reading »

Baby Dies After Being Left in Car

PORTLAND, Ore. — A 6-month-old baby died after police say the child was left in a car for six hours. The police and fire department responded to the Intel campus around 5 p.m. The child’s father, who works at Intel, made the call. Fire officials say the baby was in cardiac arrest. Responders performed CPR … Continue reading »

Starbucks to Offer Pre-Orders

(CNN) — Starbucks has unveiled a new service for customers who don’t want to wait in line. The Starbucks app will now allow users to order drinks from their phone, and skip the line at the store. This is part of Starbucks’ plan to expand sales over mobile devices, which already accounts for about 14 … Continue reading »

Texas Lab Supervisor Isolated on Cruise

(CNN) — A Dallas health worker is under voluntary quarantine on board a carnival cruise ship in the Caribbean. The U.S. State Department says the person may have handled lab specimens from Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan, who died. Officials say the person has no signs of Ebola. The Carnival cruise line released a statement … Continue reading »

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