Chris Lueneburg

Chris Lueneburg became an anchor at KEZI 9 News in September 2020.

Title: Anchor / Reporter

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:

Recent Posts by Chris Lueneburg

Healthy Living: Practicing skepticism with vaccine disinformation

As coronavirus vaccination rates begin to stagnate, experts say that overcoming misinformation online can be a major hurdle for Oregonians who may be on the fence about getting the shot.

Oregon OSHA to end workplace COVID-19 rules when vaccine target reached

Face covering and physical distancing requirements will both be repealed.

Corvallis teen reaches new heights despite pandemic barriers

Though the pandemic has left many teens feeling isolated, the successes of one Corvallis teen serve as proof that even though the pandemic put the world on pause, you can still continue to grow.

Healthy Living: Discussing vaccine hesitancy with friends and family

Opening a dialogue can yield the best results.

Healthy Living: Masks are a must at the doctor's office

Medical experts say that one place you need to still wear a mask is at the doctor's office.

Springfield interim police chief sworn in

Andrew Shearer was sworn in as the Springfield Police Department's interim police chief Monday and shared his vision for the police force.

$1.4 billion kicker possible after strong revenue forecast

Current estimates show a kicker of $1.4 billion.

Healthy Living: Reducing risk of blood clots

Blood clots have been in the news during the coronavirus pandemic, but what exactly are they and how can you reduce your risk?

Rise in urban camping prompts short and long term change in homelessness strategy

The pandemic has led to a rise in campers on the streets and renewed the public’s awareness of urban camping.

Healthy Living: Practicing self-care for National Mental Health Awareness Month

Experts say that one way to recognize the importance of mental health is to address your own wellness with self-care.

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