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. Town Hall Meeting Held for Veterans — April 24, 2014
  2. Parents Arrested for Child Neglect — April 23, 2014
  3. Remembering Officer Kilcullen — April 22, 2014
  4. Willagillespie Hatches Ducklings — April 21, 2014
  5. Wild Duck on Coburg Closes — April 21, 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

Lane Blood Center: Go Green, Give Red

EUGENE, Ore. — Earth Day isn’t for another few weeks, but a Eugene organization is celebrating all month long. The Lane Blood center has kicked off a new campaign to “Go Green by Giving Red”. The group says for every donation of blood in April, it’ll plant a tree. It says it will buy up … Continue reading »

Storm Damages Masonic Cemetery

EUGENE, Ore. — Eugene’s first cemetery is still working through the damage of February’s winter weather. Staff say the ice storm took quite a toll on the centuries old Eugene Masonic Cemetery. More than a month later, fallen limbs and trees still litter the grounds. Volunteer crews are working hard to clean things up. “Eugene … Continue reading »

Landslide Dangers in Oregon

EUGENE, Ore. — Officials say the death toll in a massive landslide in Washington is now 14. It happened in the small town of OSO, about 55 miles north of Seattle. Two days after the slide, at least 108 people are unaccounted for or missing, but that number could change. Some of the homes that … Continue reading »

Two Arrested for Disorderly Conduct

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Two men were taken into custody for disorderly conduct after a young woman reported them for harassing her at work. Springfield Police officers took over The Sizzler parking lot on Gateway Friday morning just before 10:30 a.m. They spent more than an hour questioning three men about the incident and going through … Continue reading »

Developmental Disabilities Awareness

EUGENE, Ore. — Lane county and people across the nation are bringing attention to those with developmental disabilities this month. Back in 1987, President Ronald Reagan proclaimed March as “Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month.” People like Darci Harris and her co-workers say this month is important to helping this demographic achieve the normal lives they so … Continue reading »

4J Distributes New MacBooks

EUGENE, Ore. — 4J students are starting to see the recently passed bond money at work. Though the measure went through almost a year ago and the fancy new Mac Airbooks were bought back in January, the district is just now distributing the carts of 36 laptops. Administrators and teachers say the additions go a … Continue reading »

Mt. Pisgah Arboretum Rededicates Bridge

EUGENE, Ore. — Nature lovers celebrated the completion of a four-year long project on Thursday morning. At 100 feet, the Adkison Foot Bridge is Mount Pisgah Arboretum’s largest bridge. Site directors say it is a critical link to the area’s popular Water Garden Trail network as well as an ideal location to catch sight of … Continue reading »

Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Eugene

EUGENE, Ore. — An emergency landing at the Eugene airport Thursday afternoon. Alaska Airlines says the plane oven was overheating and began to emit smoke. As a safety precaution, the pilots were forced to do an emergency landing at about 2 p.m. All 122 passengers and their luggage were moved off the flight. A new … Continue reading »

Fire Destroys Furniture Store

ROSEBURG, Ore. — Investigators are still trying to figure out what started a fire that destroyed Kuebler’s Furniture Store Sunday night. The Roseburg Fire Department was called to the scene just after 5 p.m. When firefighters arrived, they saw heavy gray smoke coming from this corner of the building just off northeast Chestnut Avenue. The … Continue reading »

Daffodil Festival Kicks Off

JUNCTION CITY, Ore. — The official first day of spring may be less than a week away, but residents were out celebrating the season’s return Saturday during the 42nd Annual Daffodil Festival. The sun and dozens of volunteers welcomed the public at the Long Tom Grange that morning. Coordinators say there’s no truer sign of … Continue reading »

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