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.
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Face covering and physical distancing requirements will both be repealed.
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