Evita Garza

Evita Garza joined the KEZI 9 News team as a news reporter in June 2019.

Title: Reporter

Evita Garza joined the KEZI 9 News team as a news reporter in June 2019.

Evita was born and raised in Portland, graduating from the University of Oregon with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. While in school, Evita interned at KOIN 6 News, the CBS affiliate in Portland. She also reported and produced for UO’s student-run broadcasts, Duck TV News and Oregon News.

An Oregon native, Evita is excited to be telling stories in her home state.
When she’s not chasing stories, Evita loves trying new foods, movies and hanging out with her dog.

Have a news tip? Evita wants to hear from you! Email her at: evitagarza@kezi.com. You can also follow Evita on Twitter.

Recent Posts by Evita Garza

Denny’s provides take-out grocery boxes for those in need

The items include basic groceries like milk, eggs, bread and deli meat. Denny’s is also offering toilet paper, hand soap and hand sanitizer.

American Red Cross struggles to keep blood drives running

Staff at the American Red Cross in Roseburg said they rely on schools and businesses to host blood drives at their buildings.

Douglas County official joins state COVID-19 panel

The panel aims to create strategies to assist the response to the pandemic.

Aviva Health opens respiratory clinic for patients with coronavirus symptoms

The clinic has been open for two weeks.

Need a face mask? Here’s how to make one yourself

There are dozens of ways to make masks at home, even without sewing.

Winston apartments notify tenants of possible coronavirus case

Tenants received a notice on their doors Tuesday regarding the possible case.

Douglas County residents making masks for first responders

Coordinators started the project through a Facebook group called “Douglas County Helpers” in March.

Douglas County opens emergency command center

County officials said the response team consists of people from a number of organizations across Douglas County.

Doctors expect to see coronavirus cases soon in Coos County

According to the county’s public health website, they have tested 187 people as of Monday.

Roseburg district aims to keep kids learning through closure

District staff said the goal is to keep students learning and engaged while they’re not in school.

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