Nha Nguyen

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Name: Nha Nguyen
Date registered: April 16, 2012


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. Kitzhaber Support Drops In Recent Poll — October 23, 2014
  2. Claim 52 Brewing Opens In Springfield — October 23, 2014
  3. Woman Accused of Hitting Man Twice — October 21, 2014
  4. Eugene Prepares for More Rain — October 21, 2014
  5. PeaceHealth Celebrates New Building — October 20, 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. Kidd Released to Pendleton Facility — 9 comments

Author's posts listings

Nonprofit Gives Parents a Break

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Organizers of this year’s Great Rotary Duck Race hope to raise $500,000 this year, and you still have time to pick up a duck. Every year, the proceeds from the race go to support five area nonprofits that focus on this very effort year-round. One of those nonprofits is the Relief Nursery … Continue reading »

Nonprofit Gives Parents a Break

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — The Great Rotary Duck Race is a week from Saturday and KEZI 9 News has a closer look at one of the five nonprofits that will receive money, using it to help prevent child abuse and neglect. This month, the Robin Jaqua Relief Nursery celebrated its first year in the Springfield facility; … Continue reading »

Dumpster Fire Smokes Alley

EUGENE, Ore. — No open flames, but lots of heavy smoke from an early morning dumpster fire in Eugene. It happened on the 1300 block of 19th Avenue around 6:30 a.m. Tuesday. Eugene-Springfield firefighters say whatever caused the fire was smoldering for quite some time and that the smoke, was thankfully the worst of it. … Continue reading »

CASA Recruits Volunteers

EUGENE, Ore. — The Great Rotary Duck Race is just days away and five non-profits will receive help and money through this annual event. Each is on a mission to help fight child abuse and neglect, including the Court Appointed Special Advocates of Lane County. CASA of Lane County works to provide support for children … Continue reading »

Ecstasy-Laced Candy Found

EUGENE, Ore. — The Eugene Police Department says a new take on a popular drug has hit the streets, and it could be especially enticing for kids. Officers say they found ecstasy disguised as candy last week when they contacted two men in the Park Blocks in downtown Eugene. Police say the men had about … Continue reading »

NCU Takes Part in Local Service Projects

EUGENE, Ore. — Dozens of students and staff took a break from the books Wednesday at Northwest Christian University for a good cause. It was their annual “Embrace the Community Day” where they help out community organizations. One group gathered at St. Thomas Episcopal Community Garden on Coburg Road to prepare celery ready for distribution … Continue reading »

O Heroes Host Activities for Deaf Kids

EUGENE, Ore. — Some special kids took part in a special event Tuesday on Pap√©¬†Field in Eugene. The University of Oregon’s O Heroes hosted a group of about 80 deaf children from around the state. Different stations were set up with games and sport drills, ranging from cheerleading stunts to passing volleyballs. Though educational, it … Continue reading »

Public Works Crews Prepare for Rain

EUGENE, Ore. — Brace yourselves on this first official day of fall for some heavy rain. The rain will last into Wednesday morning’s commute. It’s the biggest storm since March. Crews got an early start Tuesday to make sure it doesn’t catch us off guard. They were out at 6 a.m. checking in on the … Continue reading »

Police Not Releasing Argument Details

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Springfield police say two people involved in a weekend shooting definitely knew each other, but are not revealing details about the argument that led up to the incident. Police were called to Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend just before 2 a.m. Sunday, after a 27-year-old man arrived with gunshot wounds. Officers … Continue reading »

SPS Asks Voters to Pass Bond Measure

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — The Springfield School District is asking voters once again to pass a bond measure for the second time in a year. The last measure failed by about 500 votes. The school board approved a measure in August to put a $71.5 million bond on the November ballot. That’s about $10 million more … Continue reading »

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