Madison Glassman

Madison Glassman joined the KEZI 9 News team as a reporter in June of 2018.

Title: Reporter

Madison Glassman joined the KEZI 9 News team as a reporter in June of 2018.

Madison graduated from Montclair State University in New Jersey with a degree in journalism. During her time at MSU, she interned with WABC in New York City and KABC in Los Angeles.

For her last semester of college, Madison traveled to Puerto Rico to cover the devastation and rebuilding effort six months after Hurricane Maria.

Madison is thrilled to be living in Eugene, but she’s still a Jersey girl at heart. Madison always loves a good tomato pie (pizza), so if you know of a good New York-style pizza, give her a shout!

You can also email her story ideas at, or follow Madison on Twitter and Facebook @MadisonKEZI.

Recent Posts by Madison Glassman

Investigation reveals no credible threat at Hamlin Middle School

The threat was made on Monday night to Hamlin Middle School claiming a student was going to "shoot the school up."

Eugene and Springfield communities celebrate Veterans Day

To honor those who served the country, community members held events at Skinner Butte Park in Eugene and the Veterans Plaza at Willamalane Park in Springfield.

Mobile home fire in Eugene sends two people to the hospital

Officials said a woman living in the home and a neighbor who came to help her out were taken to the hospital.

Drain community celebrates library reopening

The library closed in 2017 after the county had to close all libraries due to lack of funding.

UPDATE: Two men arrested after shots fired in Eugene

An 18-year old woman was driving in the area when she was hit by a stray bullet. She was taken to the hospital.

Springfield voters approve $10 million bond measure to fix roads

Tom Boyatt, the interim public works director for the City of Springfield, said taxpayers should start to pay up for this project on July 1.

Historic beanery in Eugene to close its doors

Allan's Coffee and Tea on 5th Street will brew its final cups on Nov. 15.

Expert offers advice on how to avoid stress before Election Day

According to a study by the American Psychological Association, 69 percent of the nation said the future of the country stresses them out.

Help Camp Fire Wilani 'Stuff the Box!'

Camp Fire Wilani is asking for people to donate new socks, gloves, toiletries, hand warmers, hats, snacks, toys and small games for children.

Official: End of daylight saving time means increased driving danger

In addition to being vigilant on the road, Miller stresses the importance of being aware in your own home.

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