Renee McCullough co-anchors KEZI 9 News at 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m., and 6:30 p.m., weeknights with Matt Templeman. They’ve broadcast together at the anchor desk for nearly 20 years, including five years at KXLY-TV in Spokane, WA, before moving to Eugene in 2004.
Renee grew up in the Pacific Northwest, spending time in both Eastern and Western Washington. She went to college at Washington State University, where she earned her degree in communications. She started her career in Yakima, WA, where she was a general assignment reporter. From there, she went to Kennewick, WA, where she reported and anchored the evening newscasts.
Renee and her husband Scott keep busy with their two teenage sons, Nicholas and Ryan. Between school and sports, they spend a lot of time in the stands or on the sidelines. Renee enjoys working with children, volunteering and taking part in fundraising events.
The Community Cancer in Roseburg goes online for this year's Power of Pink campaign.
Deputies say a 17-year-old boy upset over his cell phone assaulted his mother and then fired a rifle inside the home.
An alert police officer said he saw the suspicious vehicle parked near the Roseburg airport and found the man inside with three teens who were reported as missing with the National Crime Information Center.
A Springfield man convicted in a murder-for-hire plot in 2012 is out of prison, after serving 7 years of a mandatory 20-year sentence.
This month, KEZI 9 Checks In focuses on cervical cancer screening and prevention. We spoke with Dr. David Herrmann with Women's Care Obstetrics & Gynecology about the issue.
KEZI 9 News Anchor Renee McCullough talks to Dr. Kristy Kelel about safe traveling for women who are pregnant.
Deputies say two employees ate the bean dip that was contaminated with methamphetamine.
Deputies say Jeremy Golden was last seen camping with his family at Honeyman State Park, south of Florence.
Police said the 69-year-old man died after he was hit in the head with a bat.
Jimmy Holland lost his leg in the crash when he was hit by a drunk driver the day after Christmas.
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