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Amber Wilmarth

Amber Wilmarth joined the KEZI 9 News team as a reporter in April 2015.

Title: Reporter

Amber Wilmarth joined the KEZI 9 News team as a reporter in April 2015 and was promoted to news anchor in January of 2018.

Amber comes to KEZI from Medford, where she was a news producer at KOBI-TV/NBC5 and FOX26 NEWS.

Amber graduated from the University of Oregon with a degree in Journalism and a minor in Business Administration. While at UO, she interned at the Today Show in New York City, where she worked with news producers on the 2012 Presidential Election and Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Amber grew up in California and Oregon and is excited to be back in the Pacific Northwest. In her free time, Amber enjoys yoga and spending time with her family and friends.

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Recent Posts by Amber Wilmarth

Witness: Person killed by police was shot in front of daughter

Charles Landeros was a former University of Oregon student and an activist.

Deputies locate missing Oakland man's car

Deputies say the car was on its top, fully submerged in the Umpqua River.

Power outages reported across Western Oregon

Crews are working to restore power to impacted areas.

Bait packages lead to three arrests in Corvallis

"All it takes is just one porch pirate to cause grief all around this whole neighborhood," said Rick Wilson, a Corvallis resident.

Local breweries help Camp Fire victims one pint at a time

Every dollar you spend on the beer will go directly to victims of the Camp Fire.

Man faces manslaughter charges after fatal crash near Junction City

A Corvallis man died in a high speed crash on Highway 99W Saturday night.

Firefighter recruits train to battle flames

Fourteen recruits with Eugene Springfield Fire did live fire training on Thursday and experienced how fire behaves inside of a building.

Children shop with Eugene Police to find gifts for family members

"This day is about you guys," said Chief Chris Skinner to the 35 kids at the Shop with a Cop event. "We're really, really excited to have you here."

Semi-truck crashes into concrete barrier on I-5, south of Eugene

Two people were injured and taken to Riverbend with non-life threatening injuries.

Firefighters rescue young kayakers in McKenzie River

Firefighters say the strong current along the shoreline caused all of their kayaks to flip over.

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