Itzhak Perlman Returns to Eugene

EUGENE, Ore — Itzhak Perlman is considered by many as the greatest violinist in the world and this weekend, he’s coming to Eugene. Perlman will perform with the Eugene Symphony at a special concert on Sunday,  Sept. 28. at the Hult Center.  It is his third time playing with the Eugene Symphony Orchestra. “He is … Continue reading »

Dirty Duck 5K Race

EUGENE, Ore — It’s a bye week for the Oregon Ducks.  What are fans to do?  Get your game gear and head out to the Dirty Duck 5K Race on Saturday, Sept. 27. The second annual Dirty Duck is a 5K Fan Run/Walk starting at Alton Baker Park.   The 3.1 mile course includes four Color … Continue reading »

City Hall Debate Continues

EUGENE, Ore. – The Eugene City Council met Monday night to discuss what to do with city hall. Within the last few weeks, the council started then stopped the deconstruction of the city hall. The center of the council’s discussion: rebuild or renovate. Architects talked about the current state of the building and its safety … Continue reading »

Marchers Push for Climate Change Action

EUGENE, Ore. — Eugene was just one city participating in a worldwide call to action, pushing to combat climate change. Hundreds of people packed into the Free Speech Plaza Sunday to raise awareness about climate change. “We need to work to stabilize the climate to a level that we can mitigate some of the worst … Continue reading »

Laurel Grove Cemetery Cleanup

EUGENE, Ore. — Pieces of Eugene’s history are being exposed Saturday thanks to some volunteers who cleaned up a cemetery. The Springfield Rotary Club and board members of the Laurel Grove Cemetery on Judkins Road in Eugene gathered to cut overgrown brush and clean up the site. Directors say this is the burial site to … Continue reading »

Interview: Spirit Halloween Shops

Eugene, Ore. — If you still don’t know what you want to be for Halloween, there’s plenty of time.  Today the owners of a Eugene Halloween Spirit shop dropped by the KEZI 9 studios to give us some helpful hints.

Honoring Scotland’s Independence Vote

EUGENE, Ore. — Groups in Eugene gathered Thursday night to celebrate the Scottish culture and in honor of the county’s independence vote. They met at the Pint Pub to play bagpipes and anticipate the outcome of the vote. Eric Albert was a part of that group and he has family from Scotland. He’s grown up … Continue reading »

A Day in the Life of Veterinarian

EUGENE, Ore. — Most of us love animals, but have you ever wondered what it would be like to spend your whole life around them? In this week’s “A Day in the Life,” KEZI 9 News Anchor Bob Schaper goes inside “the vet files,” Where Doctor Sean Barret treats an itchy dog, a swollen dragon, … Continue reading »

90th Birthday Party

EUGENE, Ore. –A special surprise for a Eugene woman who’s spent decades helping others. Martha Tippetts isn’t your average 90-year-old, between her presidency at the Willamette Oaks Residence Association and the Caregivers Support Group she runs, she goes above and beyond to help others. Her support group put together a party, full of surprises Wednesday. … Continue reading »

Eugene Couple Sends Help to Weed

EUGENE, Ore. — A couple from Weed has been glued to their computers and televisions since Monday, watching much of their hometown burn to the ground, from hours away. Jessica and Will Hammond still have many friends and family in Weed. Jessica says her sister-in-law was one of the many to lose her home. The … Continue reading »

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