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: email@example.com.
Starting on Monday, White Bird Clinic will begin scheduling vaccination appointments at WOW Hall for all eligible community members.
The Lane Board of County Commissioners are discussing the possibility of pursuing a countywide ban on polystyrene food containers, otherwise known as Styrofoam.
While each vaccine has its benefits and drawbacks, health experts say that now is not the time to be picky about which one you receive.
Officials confirmed Tuesday that Lane County will be moving from the extreme coronavirus risk category to the high-risk category, opening the door to indoor dining and increased capacities at other local businesses.
Demand for the COVID-19 vaccine is high, leaving some Oregonians who are now eligible to get the shot looking for ways to make sure they are on the list.
Treating skin cancer sounds like a scary task, but experts say that promptly addressing common skin cancers can enable dermatologists to use a safer procedure that is less invasive than you might think.
In May, Lane County voters will decide on the renewal and increase of a property tax levy that would provide $5.2 million in funding to Oregon State University Extension and 4-H programs.
As schools reopen their doors to in-person learning, many parents are excited about sending their students back into classrooms, while others are looking for guidance on the coronavirus risks from medical professionals.
Lane County Commissioner Jay Bozievich is blaming University of Oregon-related coronavirus cases for preventing the county from moving down a risk level.
A man was arrested Friday for entering a building that was being looted during a May riot in Eugene, police said.
Data is updated nightly.