Jillian Smukler joined KEZI 9 News as a weekday morning reporter and weekend producer in July of 2018. She is a graduate of the University of Oregon, majoring in journalism and communications with an emphasis in broadcasting.
While at the University of Oregon, Jillian was the Sports Director for the student-run television program, Duck TV. She was also a sports reporter/producer for UO’s radio station, KWVA 88.1FM.
During college, Jillian interned at KNBC in Los Angeles, where she covered the Dodgers, Rams, Lakers and the 2016 Olympics opening ceremony.
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COVID-19 has claimed nine more lives in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll to 905, the Oregon Health Authority reported Sunday.
Srun Hong, who was not wearing a life jacket, has not been located and is presumed drowned.
Saturday's case count is higher due to the delay in reporting from Thanksgiving, according to the OHA.
Oregon Health Authority reported 1,514 new confirmed and presumptive cases of COVID-19 bringing the state total to 70,006.
She was last seen wearing a red Hawaiian shirt underneath a brown fleece and tan pants.
OHA reported 1,517 new cases Sunday bringing the state total to 65,170.
Residents living nearby told crews that the camper was not in use and no injuries were reported.
Saturday's 1,509 new cases, bring the state total to 63,668 and reflect an accelerating spread of the virus across the state.
"It's a feeling of being seen as a source of profit and being penalized for when we're not fulfilling that role," UO freshman Natalie Scharn said.
The pilot program is expected to last four to six weeks.
Data is updated nightly.