Renee McCullough co-anchors KEZI 9 News at 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m., and 6:30 p.m., weeknights with Matt Templeman. They’ve broadcast together at the anchor desk for nearly 20 years, including five years at KXLY-TV in Spokane, WA, before moving to Eugene in 2004.
Renee grew up in the Pacific Northwest, spending time in both Eastern and Western Washington. She went to college at Washington State University, where she earned her degree in communications. She started her career in Yakima, WA, where she was a general assignment reporter. From there, she went to Kennewick, WA, where she reported and anchored the evening newscasts.
Renee and her husband Scott keep busy with their two teenage sons, Nicholas and Ryan. Between school and sports, they spend a lot of time in the stands or on the sidelines. Renee enjoys working with children, volunteering and taking part in fundraising events.
Seven-year-old Tayt Steen has been named an honorary officer for the Springfield Police Department.
A family who had their generator stolen this weekend has a brand new unit thanks to an employee at Lowe's.
Colleges are no longer just looking for the best football players or the fastest runners. They're now fighting to sign the best e-gamers.
Oregon hasn't raised its tobacco tax significantly since 2002. The proposed increase would raise the tax to $3.33 per pack.
Oregon State Police arrested Kelly Conrad Friday night on two counts of aggravated murder.
Police say the man repeatedly punched the woman in the head and face after throwing her to the ground.
Police say the woman knocked the suspect to the ground after he grabbed her.
Police have released new information now that their investigation is complete.
This month, KEZI 9 News Anchor Renee McCullough focuses on incontinence and treatment options with Dr. Melissa Edwards from Women's Care Obstetrics & Gynecology.
This month, KEZI 9 News Anchor Renee McCullough focuses on genetic testing for pregnant women, with Dr. Charlotte Clausen from Women's Care Obstetrics & Gynecology.