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. Hundreds Ride for Chris Kilcullen — July 27, 2014
  2. Faerieworlds Celebrates Last Festival — July 27, 2014
  3. Sprint Jet Boat Races Continue — July 26, 2014
  4. New Archery Range Opens to Public — July 26, 2014
  5. Creswell Residents Warn About Break-ins — July 25, 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

School Summer Construction Begins

EUGENE/SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — The classrooms throughout Eugene and Springfield might be empty, but it’s anything but quiet at school districts in the area. Administrators say now that kids have gone home for summer, construction projects can begin. Work is happening at all the school districts and there are some major projects set to take place … Continue reading »

Eugene Considers Sick Leave Ordinance

EUGENE, Ore. — Businesses in Eugene could soon be required to provide paid sick leave for employees. City councilors approved a motion to get an ordinance drafted passed with a vote of six to two Wednesday afternoon. The meeting started with the sick leave task force presenting its final report. Councilors then went back and … Continue reading »

EPD Finishes Traffic Stings

EUGENE, Ore. — The Eugene Police Department is out with the numbers after wrapping up the last of its traffic stings. Officers handed out a total of 76 citations near the intersection of 11th Avenue and Bertelsen Road Tuesday, including 29 for cell phone use, 12 for not buckling up, and 13 for driving uninsured, … Continue reading »

Burn Ban Begins in Lane County

EUGENE, Ore. — Fire season is just around the corner. There is no date set for the season this year, but the Oregon Department of Forestry will start training firefighter next week. The ban on backyard burning also begins next week, on June 16th. ODF is already warning people to be cautious. The latest report … Continue reading »

Elmira Teacher Nominated for All-Star

ELMIRA, Ore — A teacher, who’s a big Mariner’s fan could score some national attention, but he needs your help. Target and People magazine are searching for an all-star teacher, and Bob Bruce is one of the finalists. Bruce teaches at Fern Ridge Middle School and he’s been teaching in the area for thirty years. … Continue reading »

YMCA Reacts to 4J Land Decision

EUGENE, Ore. — The YMCA in Eugene is one step closer to finding a new home. The 4J School District approved a motion Wednesday night to set aside up to seven acres for the group to eventually buy, near Roosevelt Middle School. The decision came a few months after the YMCA lost out on purchasing the … Continue reading »

State Issues Paving Scam Alert

MARCOLA, Ore. — There’s a warning out about a street paving scam in Lane County. Scammers are showing up on people’s doorsteps, offering what’s supposed to be a great deal on extra asphalt. The state Construction Contractors Board says it recently happened to a property owner in Marcola. The homeowner didn’t fall for it, but … Continue reading »

Many to Re-Enroll in Health Coverage

EUGENE, Ore. — Tens of thousands of people who enrolled in Cover Oregon this year will probably have to do it all over again next year. More than 80,000 people, or about a quarter of those signed up for private health insurance plans through Cover Oregon, will have to re-enroll for next year. This is … Continue reading »

McKenzie-Willamette to Remodel

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — In about three years, McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center could look very different than it does right now. Extensive and expensive remodeling starts Friday. McKenzie-Willamette says this will be the most significant construction project to happen to the hospital in more than 30 years, and hospital staff say all the improvements are done in … Continue reading »

UO Opens Dorm to Marathon Runners

EUGENE, Ore. — There’s a new option if you haven’t booked a place to stay during the Eugene Marathon. Organizers say some runners will be able to stay at the Barnhart Residence Hall on the University of Oregon campus Friday, Saturday or Sunday nights. With the World Junior Track and Field Championships also happening that … Continue reading »

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