Sean Cuellar is the anchor for KEZI 9 News This Morning and KEZI 9 News Midday.
Sean graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles, with a degree in Communications. There, Sean interned at both KNBC and CNN. Sean comes to Oregon from Columbus, OH, where she anchored and reported for WSYX/WTTE.
She’s also worked as a television news anchor and reporter in Idaho, Texas, Colorado and Ohio. Sean was part of the Emmy Award-winning morning team, Good Day Colorado, in Denver, CO.
She’s covered major stories including alleged ACORN voter fraud during the 2008 Presidential election, the 2007 NCAA BCS Championship Game, the Kobe Bryant Trial, and was first to interview former Iraqi POW Shoshana Johnson.
This isn’t Sean’s first stop in Eugene. During her high school career, she attended a summer Architectural Academy at the University of Oregon. Sean and her family are thrilled to live in a bike-friendly town and look forward to making Eugene their home.
"My goal at the end of this is to sit down with the planners and city leaders and say, ‘Here's my spread sheet. This is what it costs to actually build this. This is where I think the city can help on.’”
The magic of "The Lion King" comes to life at the Hult Center for the Performing Arts.
While the event was geared to honor veterans, organizers said it also taught students the importance of Veterans Day.
Another item on the "to do" list -- fertilize the lawn.
Decorative grasses are easy to grow, not susceptible to pests or disease, and for the most part, are deer resistant.
If you need help resolving medical billing problems, an organization called the Patient Advocate Foundation can be a good resource.
"They are low growing. They are evergreen. They are deer resistant."
Twenty-eight participants will tee off, but there's a catch.
The U.S. Forest Service launched an essay contest asking 4th grade students to write letters about what they love about Oregon's outdoors to coincide with the 2018 U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree theme, "Find Your Trail!"
Police say the motorcyclist was spotted around 4 p.m. on Sunday driving through Albany at 120 mph.