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.
Tyler loves meeting new people and sharing their stories. He also loves finding good hole-in-the-wall food spots, so if you have any, send them his way!
If you have any news tips or story ideas you would like to share, please email Tyler at email@example.com. You can also follow Tyler on Twitter (https://twitter.com/KEZITyler).
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City staff gave a presentation on the cost for the project during Tuesday night's work session.
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