Jaimie Hays joined the KEZI 9 News This Morning team as a news anchor in April of 2019.
Jaimie was born and raised in Oregon City, graduating from the University of Nevada–Reno in 2016 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.
Her news career began at KTVN, the CBS affiliate in Reno, where she started out as an intern before being promoted to morning reporter.
On KTVN's morning news team, Jaimie covered a wide variety of local stories, reporting on breaking news and helping viewers get prepared for their day.
Jaimie is excited to be back in her home state and to help tell the many stories in this community.
She loves spending time outdoors with her dog and loves finding new hiking trails. Follow Jaimie on Facebook and Twitter.
Hundreds of structures were destroyed in the Holiday Farm Fire, including the Living Water Family Fellowship, but that's not keeping the community from coming together each Sunday to pray and heal.
The fire in Douglas County was stopped at about four acres Tuesday afternoon.
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Here's how to keep yourself safe from scams.
Marion County is reporting their first COVID-19 death, making this the fourth death in the state of Oregon.
The 2020 Census is in full swing, but it also gives scammers the opportunity to search for new victims.
Scammers can pretend to be Microsoft to gain access to your device.
Clickbait emails are common after a tragedy, such as a celebrity death, said Danielle Kane with the BBB.
Delays and closures for Friday, January 17th
Kane said getting placed on the list isn't just about receiving a lot of complaints, but also about not responding to the BBB.