Chris Lueneburg became an anchor at KEZI 9 News in September 2020.
He first joined the team in June 2019 as a news reporter and producer.
Chris is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he was a proud Badger and campus tour guide. He graduated with a Bachelor's degree in journalism and mass communications. Chris interned with WISC News 3 Now, writing news stories for their on-air and online platforms.
Chris is looking forward to exploring the Cascades and Coast, and enjoys the unique character of western Oregon. Have a story idea? Send Chris an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
School districts in the Eugene-Springfield area report an overall drop in attendance from in-person learning last fall.
Throughout the pandemic, clinics have been utilizing telehealth as an option for patients who are uncomfortable or unable to attend appointments in person, a tool Oregon Medical Group says has only been improved with time.
Eating healthy and getting exercise has been made more difficult for many during the pandemic, as many worry that snacking and other unhealthy habits have lead to weight gain.
Thursday morning the Oregon Employment Department confirmed that it is experiencing an outage impacting people who are trying to file initial unemployment claims.
Though many families associate Thanksgiving with reunion and the return of their students from college campuses, this year having loved ones return home safely comes with some challenges.
Lane County is attempting to secure funding from a state program to purchase a Eugene hotel in hopes of turning it into shelter space for those impacted by the Holiday Farm Fire.
Thanksgiving travel is expected to decline this year, but the holiday will still test if Oregonians are willing to follow the state's new travel advisory.
According to experts, many of Oregon's key races in the general election went to the Democrats by wider margins than expected, but ongoing concern over Trump's claims of voter fraud without evidence signal a different kind of change.
Well into the coronavirus pandemic, precautions like social distancing combined with financial stress and other issues have left many feeling anxious.
Over a week since daylight savings time ended the shortening days are more and more noticeable, which can have an impact on mental health.
Data is updated nightly.