Bryan Anderson joined KEZI 9 News This Morning as a news anchor in September of 2017.
Bryan's journey to Oregon crossed more than 3,000 miles, driving from his hometown in Southwest Florida to the Pacific Northwest. He spent more than 4 years at WBBH and WZVN, the NBC and ABC affiliates in Fort Myers, where he was a bureau reporter, investigative reporter, and weekend morning anchor.
In 2011, Bryan graduated from the University of Central Florida with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. His news career started while still attending UCF, working overnight shifts as an associate producer at WFTV in Orlando. After graduation, Bryan reported for WJHG in Panama City, Florida. His news coverage was also featured at sister stations in Dothan, Alabama, and Tallahassee.
Bryan, his husband, and their four dogs are thrilled to call Eugene home.
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Firefighters responded just before 3 a.m. to the cabinet business on Main Street.
A family member of one of the drivers involved said her son hydroplaned on the road, leading to the crash.
Police told KEZI 9 News they are looking for a witness that left the scene.
The NTSB preliminary report details witness accounts of the plane's behavior on takeoff. It also reveals what contributed to the plane's fatal descent.
There is no threat of a tsunami from this morning's earthquakes, according to the USGS.
There is no tsunami threat following a 6.3 magnitude earthquake that struck far off the coast of Oregon Thursday morning.
If you had to guess, how many Uber and Lyft drivers do you think are registered with the city of Eugene?
The 3-year plan calls for an emergency shelter, more affordable housing, and more. It's taxpayer money coming from the city's general fund.
Lane County officials are asking for your input on three different plans to expand the number of RV camping sites at Armitage Park.
Participants must sign up by 5 p.m. Tuesday, June 25.