Matt Templeman

Matt Templeman is one of the most experienced and knowledgeable local news anchors in Western Oregon.

Title: Anchor

Matt Templeman is one of the most experienced and knowledgeable local news anchors in Western Oregon. Broadcasting throughout this community for more than twenty years. Matt anchors KEZI 9 News every weeknight at 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.

Matt earned his Broadcast Communications degree from Washington State University, and began working in television as a sports reporter in Kennewick, Washington. He came to the KEZI 9 News team initially in 1993 as a sports reporter/anchor. He moved from the sports department to news in 1996, and in 1999, left for Spokane, Washington, where he began anchoring alongside Renee McCullough. In 2003, Matt came back to the Eugene/Springfield area as a news anchor, and most recently returned to the KEZI 9 News team to anchor the early evening newscasts with Renee.

Matt is involved in several local non-profit organizations including the Alzheimer’s Association, Pearl Buck Center, hosting numerous fundraisers for these groups over the years.

Matt and his wife have been married since 1995 and have three boys, Spencer, Avery, and Tate.

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Recent Posts by Matt Templeman

Suspicious device forces evacuation of LTD bus station in Eugene

UPDATE: The bomb squad has given the all clear.

Special Report: Requesting Backup

On Monday, 13 new officers began their training -- an 18-month process.

Deadline approaching for 20 Under 40 Awards nominations

Each year the best and brightest young professionals in Eugene and Springfield are recognized for their accomplishments.

Uber to begin service in Eugene on September 6

The rideshare service will host a number of driver information sessions before launching.

Field fire briefly closes Interstate 5 near Beltline Highway

Fire is in field west of the highway.

14-year-old driver killed in Lincoln County crash

Oregon State Police says the 14-year-old had taken his grandparents vehicle without them knowing.

Five survive a duplex fire in Roseburg

Firefighters say a working smoke alarm likely saved lives.

Ducks drop into consolation bracket after loss to Huskies

Four run fifth inning for Washington leaves the Ducks on the brink of elimination.

Springfield police investigating bomb threat at Gateway Street post office

The bomb threat also forced an evacuation at the post office on Willamette Street in downtown Eugene.

Oregon Softball wins game one at College World Series

The Ducks defeated Arizona State 11-6 in opening game and will play again Friday.

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