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. Out & About: Feb. 27th-March 1 — February 26, 2015
  2. School Intercepts Suicide Pact — February 26, 2015
  3. FDA Faces Criticism after Outbreak — February 26, 2015
  4. World Wastes $400B in Food Every Year — February 26, 2015
  5. Jury Debates Death Penalty for Arias — February 26, 2015

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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Pet of the Week: Anika

EUGENE, Ore. — Our KEZI 9 News Pet of the Week, Anika, is a 6-year-old Dachshund, Miniature Smooth Haired/Miniature Pinscher mix. If you’re interested in adopting Anika, or any other pet at Greenhill Humane Society, call 541-689-1503 or click here. Click on the video above to learn more about Anika.

Marijuana Survey Project Gathering Input

EUGENE, Ore. — A new effort to help Oregonians prepare for the legalization of recreational marijuana is rooted in Eugene. Research company LOLO says it has created a website allowing residents to give their feedback on marijuana. It’s called the Oregon Marijuana Survey Project. Creators say they plan to gather questions and concerns raised by … Continue reading »

Young Boxer Wins New Championship

LOWELL, Ore. — A local woman competing in big league boxing tournaments has won another major competition. Akayla Devereaux won the 2015 Regional Golden Gloves Championship in Bend Saturday night. She’s currently a student at Lane Community College and lives at home in Lowell. She started her path in boxing a couple years ago as … Continue reading »

Mall of America Terror Threat

(CNN) — The Mall of America in Minnesota is making sure it’s prepared for any emergency. This comes after terrorists called for an attack at malls in the U.S., Canada and the UK. The mall posted signs reminding shoppers to always report suspicious activity. It also let them know that it was holding two lockdown … Continue reading »

Woman Pulls Fire Alarm to Escape Assault

LAKESIDE, Ore. — A fire alarm could have saved a Lakeside woman’s life after deputies say her husband assaulted her. It happened around 2 p.m. Friday on the 100 block of North Eighth Street. A 31-year-old woman said her husband hit her with a gun and threatened to kill her, along with their three children. … Continue reading »

Coos Bay Arson Suspect Arrested

COOS BAY, Ore. — A Coos Bay woman is in jail after deputies say she lit a dumpster on fire. The Coos County Sheriff’s Office says they responded to the 63000 block of Boat Basin Road around 9 a.m. Sunday. Investigators say a dumpster in the Seaport RV Park had been lit on fire. After … Continue reading »

Fire Damages Storage Units

ROSEBURG, Ore. — An investigation is underway in Douglas County after a fire damaged some storage units. Officials say around 11:30 p.m. Sunday several people started calling 9-1-1 about smoke coming from Diamond Lake Mini Storage in Roseburg. Fire crews say 28 store units suffered fire, smoke, or water damage. The total loss hasn’t been … Continue reading »

Stolen Vehicle Involved in Crash

EUGENE, Ore. — A Eugene-area woman stepped just feet away from her car before it was stolen. Police say around 11:30 a.m. Monday, the woman got out of her car in her driveway to close the garage door. That’s when a man jumped in and drove away, eventually hitting a Northwest Natural Gas truck and … Continue reading »

Study Looks at Formula, Arsenic Levels

(CNN) — Researchers at Dartmouth College did a study on infant nutrition and found that formula-fed babies had 7 and-a-half times higher arsenic levels than those babies who were breastfed. Researchers measured arsenic in home tap water, breast milk and the urine from 72 six-week-old infants. For the majority of the study’s participants, both the … Continue reading »

DOJ Motion Challenges Immigration Ruling

(CNN) — The justice department is seeking a stay to a Texas ruling that has put President Obama’s executive order on immigration on hold. Officials requested the stay with a federal court Monday. The request also includes a notice to appeal the Texas ruling. A federal judge ruled last week to stop the Department of … Continue reading »

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