Bryan Anderson joined KEZI 9 News This Morning as a news anchor in September of 2017.
Bryan's journey to Oregon crossed more than 3,000 miles, driving from his hometown in Southwest Florida to the Pacific Northwest. He spent more than 4 years at WBBH and WZVN, the NBC and ABC affiliates in Fort Myers, where he was a bureau reporter, investigative reporter, and weekend morning anchor.
In 2011, Bryan graduated from the University of Central Florida with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. His news career started while still attending UCF, working overnight shifts as an associate producer at WFTV in Orlando. After graduation, Bryan reported for WJHG in Panama City, Florida. His news coverage was also featured at sister stations in Dothan, Alabama, and Tallahassee, FL.
Bryan and his four dogs are thrilled to call Eugene home.
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Gina Torres and Laurie Hernandez give a behind-the-scenes look at last-minute preparations for the 131st Rose Parade.
The Corvallis Police Department posted on its Facebook Thursday night, asking for the public's help in locating this missing teen.
Thomas Copeland was sentenced to life in prison with a chance for parole.
OSP defends its handling of certain DNA evidence in the case, which a judge just recently cited as the reason for overturning Nicholas McGuffin's manslaughter conviction.
EWEB is in the middle of a 4-year overhaul of some of its infrastructure city-wide to better protect its customers from losing power during winter storms.
Wildlife Safari from Douglas County made a trip to KEZI 9 News Thursday to talk about their animals, when the best time is to visit the safari, and some unique holiday gift ideas.
A local suicide-prevention group is saving lives here at home and across the country, and they're not your typical brick and mortar organization.
An abandoned building appears to be a total loss after a massive fire overnight.
Even though Kevin Adams is now 18 years old, he may be tried as a minor in the killings of three of his family members.
Kevin Adams is set to appear before a judge in Douglas County Friday morning. It's the first movement on his case in months.