Nha Nguyen

Author's details

Name: Nha Nguyen
Date registered: April 16, 2012

Biography

Nha joined the KEZI 9 News Team as a reporter in February of 2012. Born and raised in Sacramento, she went to the University of California, Los Angeles where she studied Communications, Sociology and History with a minor in English. During and after college, Nha honed her writing and reporting skills on various platforms and is well-versed in writing for print, radio, web and of course, television. Nha loves new experiences. She has been to more than 15 countries, including a semester abroad in England, months backpacking through Asia and a year teaching English in the countryside of South Korea. Her adventurous spirit has now brought her to Track Town, USA, where she is excited to report on all the wonderful stories the city and region has to offer. E-mail her a personal message or story idea to nhanguyen@kezi.com.

Latest posts

  1. Three Found Dead In Murder-Suicide — August 19, 2014
  2. Millions Raised In Challenge for ALS — August 18, 2014
  3. Renters Warned About Real Estate Scam — August 18, 2014
  4. Teens Stranded by Greyhound — August 15, 2014
  5. Protesters Say Training Needed — August 14, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. Greenhill Humane Responds to Allegations — 15 comments
  2. Animal Shelter Loses Heat — 14 comments
  3. Lane County Clears Plaza — 13 comments
  4. C&K Market to Sell or Close 16 Stores — 12 comments
  5. Eugene Services Fee Up to Voters — 7 comments

Author's posts listings

Harrisburg RV Plant Bought & Reopened

HARRISBURG, Ore. — Nearly five months after a major employer shut its doors in Harrisburg, there is word that a new business is stepping in to reopen the facility. Forest River Incorporated confirmed with KEZI 9 News, that it has purchased the former Monaco plant in Harrisburg, and has plans to rehire as much of … Continue reading »

Skin Cancer Warning Issued

EUGENE, Ore. — Oregonians might want to listen carefully to the U.S. surgeon general’s new warning about the dangers of skin cancer. Nearly five million people are treated for skin cancer each year–that’s more than cases of breast, prostate, lung and colon cancer combined. In Oregon, about 26 people out of every 100,000 gets skin … Continue reading »

State Hospital Holds Job Workshop

JUNCTION CITY, Ore. — Nearly 200 people turned out for a job fair in Junction City Wednesday, hoping to land a position with the Oregon State Hospital when it opens next year. The hospital will employ more than 500 people when it’s fully operational, most from around the area. Potential employees made their way to … Continue reading »

Hundreds Ride for Chris Kilcullen

EUGENE, Ore. — Hundreds of motorcycles took to the streets Sunday morning in honor of fallen Eugene Police Officer Chris Kilcullen. This was the event’s fourth year. With close to 400 riders this time around, organizers say it has definitely grown since the inaugural ride, but that the meaning behind it all, honoring Chris Kilcullen … Continue reading »

Faerieworlds Celebrates Last Festival

EUGENE, Ore. — Sunday marked the last time people will be celebrating the Faerieworlds Festival in Eugene. Festival organizers say Lane County cancelled their contract after residents put up a fight against large outdoor gatherings at Emerald Meadows. What this all means is that next year they’ll set up shop near Portland at Horning’s Hideout. … Continue reading »

Sprint Jet Boat Races Continue

LEBANON, Ore. — A group of residents say they’re not backing down in a battle against a sprint jet boat competition. Neighbors fought to cancel the event scheduled on Saturday and though the show still went on, they say the fight isn’t over. Neighbors say they’re frustrated because after months of effort, they feel their … Continue reading »

New Archery Range Opens to Public

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — The city of Springfield celebrated the official opening of a new archery range at Clearwater Park on Saturday. With 17 targets from 7 to 60 yards and 10 to 50 meters, the outdoor range is the only one of its kind in the area, as well as, just one of a few … Continue reading »

Creswell Residents Warn About Break-ins

CRESWELL, Ore. — The Lane County Sheriff’s Office is warning people in Creswell to lock their vehicles. There have been a number of reported break-ins over the week. Residents in a north Creswell neighborhood say they’re both concerned and frustrated with the recent rash of car break-ins, but they’re hoping this will encourage the entire … Continue reading »

Organizers Prepare for Eugene Marathon

EUGENE, Ore. — The Eugene Marathon is just three days away and organizers are starting to feel the pressure. They want to make sure things go as smoothly as possible this Sunday. This time last week, the Eugene Marathon was calling all volunteers. Now preparations were well under way for the Eugene Marathon’s eighth year. … Continue reading »

Mill Fire Linked to Fish Die-Off

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Last week’s mill fire in Springfield could have been the cause of a fish die-off, along a section of the Willamette River. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife says the fish probably died at the time of the fire. Samples collected the same day found a high pH both near the … Continue reading »

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