Tyler Jones joined the KEZI 9 News team as the Roseburg Bureau Reporter in 2016, and again in March of 2018.
Tyler Jones joined the KEZI 9 News team as the Roseburg Bureau Reporter in 2016, and again in March of 2018. Tyler reports weekday evenings during KEZI 9 News at 4 p.m., 5 p.m., 6 p.m. and 11 p.m.
Tyler was born and raised in Claremore, Oklahoma, and graduated with a degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Oklahoma. Tyler interned at KOCO 5 News in Oklahoma City, and he was a reporter, anchor and producer for the University of Oklahoma’s student-produced news broadcast, OU Nightly.
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Members of the Corvallis community were invited to Garfield Elementary School to see the latest concept designs for several school upgrades in their area.
During a work session with the Urban Renewal Agency, city councilors were given a presentation from city staff and a design team selected by the city about their plans for the steam plant.
The bill would let judges, rather than prosecutors, decide when youthful offenders are tried as adults, as well as allowing someone under the age of 18 at the time of their crime to be eligible for parole or post-prison supervision after 15 years if "certain findings are made."
The owner of the truck and camper said he didn't realize his camper was on fire until he parked his truck.
University Provost Jayanth Banavar said because of a projected $8 million deficit from this current fiscal year and a possible cost increase of $23.5 million next fiscal year, the university is looking at ways to balance their budget and cover roughly $34 million.
The expanded hours were temporarily put in place last summer after the University of Oregon requested the city consider allowing fans to drink six hours before kickoff instead of four hours.
The company and the Bureau of Land Management have recently come under fire from activist groups who have said they plan to clear cut an area of land in the Thurston Hills.
Cascadia Wildlands, Oregon Wild and Firefighters United for Safety, Ethics and Ecology held a meeting at Springfield City Hall to discuss timber sales and local forest management.
In a statement, 4J officials said a planned day of action across Oregon could force the district to cancel classes if they don't have enough teachers.
Eugene city councilors shared why they voted for or against a proposed panhandling ordinance, and a Springfield resident shares what he thinks Eugene residents could do to fix problems in their area.