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Ariel Iacobazzi

Ariel Iacobazzi joined the KEZI 9 News team in May 2021 as a news reporter.

Title: Reporter

Ariel Iacobazzi joined the KEZI 9 News team in May 2021 as a news reporter.

Ariel graduated from Washington State University with a B.A. in Journalism and Media Production. Ariel also earned a minor in Spanish at WSU, with specializations in Broadcast News and Broadcast Production.

Throughout her time at WSU and the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication, Ariel was also active in multiple clubs. She worked with Cable 8 Productions, a student-run production company at the Murrow College. Arial was also a Murrow Ambassador, giving tours to incoming freshmen and prospective students.

During her junior and senior years at WSU, Ariel was actively involved with Murrow News 8, the daily student-run newscast. Ariel anchored the news, presented the weather, operated cameras, and even directed full newscasts when needed.

In her free time, Ariel enjoys watching scary movies, swimming, and exploring the world of chocolate. You can follow Ariel on Facebook and Twitter.

Recent Posts by Ariel Iacobazzi

Community members react to new FDA booster recommendation

Members of the 65 and older age group said they are eager to get another dose of the vaccine.

Lane County health experts weigh in on FDA booster shot decision

Dr. Luedtke said there are still a lot of things that need to be looked over before the booster shot can be approved for those 16 and older.

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Cassie the robot's top speed is about 7 mph.

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Health officials said COVID-19 isn't the only respiratory disease on their mind.

What will Autzen Stadium do about long concession lines?

Long lines kept some fans stuck in place for more than a quarter of the Ducks opener earlier this month.

Local attorneys weigh in on President Biden's vaccine mandates

Civil rights issues have also come into question.

Suicide prevention advocates rally in Eugene

As people drove by, they honked their horns and waved to people with signs showing their own support.

LCC will 'make the most of' virtual learning this fall

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Blue River woman still living in hotel one year after Holiday Farm Fire

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