North Bend Officers Do Good Deeds

NORTH BEND, Ore. — Police are often portrayed in a negative light, but here is a story that will restore your faith in humanity. Some Oregon officers are getting well deserved attention for good deeds they thought went unnoticed. Click on the video for our full report.

2014 Breakfast with Santa

  Join Matt Templeman and KEZI for Breakfast with Santa!   Your child can have a fun breakfast with Santa and his elves at Valley River Center.  There will be entertainment and a photo with Santa starting at 8:30am in the Food Court, all for only $5 per child.   Tickets are available at Valley River … Continue reading »

Students Create Mural of Bottle Caps

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — A Springfield Elementary School is showing off its new mural, and it took them nearly a year to round up the supplies. A group of fourth and fifth graders at Guy Lee Elementary, called the Green Team, collected 15,000 bottle caps to create a mural. The coral reef themed piece consists of … Continue reading »

Pet of the Week: Owen

EUGENE, Ore. — Owen, our KEZI 9 News Pet of the Week, is a 6-year-old Rottweiler/Terrier, American Staffordshire mix. This 72-pound dog would like to be the only dog in the home with no cats. He likes to go on walks and eat doggie biscuits. He would like a home with patient, kind people who will help … Continue reading »

Mentors Help Local Foster Children

EUGENE, Ore. — There are dozens of kids from Lane County living in foster homes. The young adults are getting great care, but that doesn’t mean they don’t need a little more positive influences in their lives. That’s where A Family For Every Child’s mentor program comes in. It serves at risk children in need of permanent … Continue reading »

McKenzie Cider and Craft Beer Festival

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Set up is under way at the McKenzie Cider and Craft Beer Festival. The event is this weekend at Willamalane Center in Springfield. More than 70 breweries lined up for the third annual event. Proceeds from the festival will benefit three local nonprofits, including Bags of Love, a relatively new nonprofit serving … Continue reading »

Alternative Medicine Options

EUGENE, Ore. — When you get sick or have aches and pains, you generally go to the doctor. But there are some people who swear by other forms of medicine. Some people are choosing less invasive, natural methods contrary to traditional medicine because they’re convinced of their healing powers. Now is the time of year … Continue reading »

Out & About: Nov. 7th-9th

Check out these fun events happening all over Western Oregon! Out & About Links: Eugene International Film Festival McKenzie Cider and Craft Beer Festival Emerald City Roller Girls NW Women’s Comedy Festival Autumn Trails Eugene Run For more information on other great events, or to submit your own, click here.

Interview: Women in Transition

EUGENE, Ore. — Thinking of going back to school to earn a degree, or maybe changing careers paths? Women are invited to learn more about a special class called Women in Transition. Interested participants are invited to come learn about the courses which empower women to become economically and emotionally self-sufficient through access to education … Continue reading »

Pet of the Week: Buckly

EUGENE, Ore. — Buckly, our KEZI 9 News Pet of the Week, is a 4-year-old Retriever, Labrador/Mix. He would do best in a cat-free home and with kids 12 and older. He can be kind of rowdy when he plays, but he is 90 pounds of pure love. He likes to play, snuggle and go for … Continue reading »

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