Mike Cerullo

Mike Cerullo joined the KEZI 9 News team as a weekday reporter and weekend producer in January 2021.

Title: Reporter/Producer
michaelcerullo@kezi.com

Mike Cerullo joined the KEZI 9 News team as a weekday reporter and weekend producer in January 2021.

Mike graduated from Emerson College in Boston, where he majored in Journalism and minored in Science and Health & Society. While in college, Mike reported, anchored and produced newscasts on Emerson’s student-run news stations, WEBN and EIV News. Mike also completed an internship with ACMi News in Arlington, Massachusetts.

Born and raised just outside of Boston, Massachusetts, Mike is excited for the opportunity to tell stories on the West Coast. In his free time, Mike enjoys running and spending time outdoors.

Don’t hesitate to reach out to Mike with story ideas! You can email him at michaelcerullo@kezi.com.

Recent Posts by Mike Cerullo

Oregonians relieved for rain, but experts say drought isn't over

"I love the rain. It's perfect weather and I love it."

Oregon doctors using monoclonal antibodies to treat some COVID-19 patients

Monoclonal antibody therapy received emergency use authorization from the FDA in May.

Lane County requests mobile morgue amid recent surge in deaths

The surge in deaths was partly driven by COVID-19, but also by traffic fatalities and overdose deaths, according to Lane County Public Health.

OSHA looking into claims Winston-Dillard schools violated COVID-19 rules

There were a total of three complaints, OSHA said.

Nearly 200 motorcyclists ride more than 100 miles in honor of 9/11 victims

The motorcyclists rode along a route spanning more than 100 miles through both Lane and Linn counties.

Former Cottage Grove pastor shares ground zero experience on 20th anniversary of 9/11

"When you walk into a circumstance like that as a responder of any kind, just your presence, being there, if you go in the name of the lord and you go there to care for people, they experience something way beyond you, they experience God touching them and doing something for them and I saw it time and again back there,"

Springfield community commemorates 9/11 with classic car parade thanking first responders

"I never want to forget that day. I can't. If I think of that day, the hair goes up on the back of my neck. It's just an incredible scary thought that our country could be attacked like that."

20 years after 9/11, Linn County man reflects on time spent on ground zero

"I want people, especially the students, not to forget what happened that day."

Police and firefighters to welcome Albany students back to the classroom from a distance

"We’re just going to be in the vicinity, not on the school grounds. We’re just going to be welcoming the kids back, we’ll be waving and we won’t approach students.”​

Thousands of fans celebrate Ducks season opener outside Autzen Stadium

"They're all cool. They're all amazing. There's nothing that you can't love about it."

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