Chynna Greene joined the KEZI 9 News team in May of 2018 and anchors KEZI 9 News weeknights at 4:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m.
Chynna is an Emmy award-winning journalist. She spent two years in Knoxville, Tennessee, as a reporter and anchor. Chynna covered many memorable news stories across Knoxville, interviewing Tim Tebow one-on-one and reporting live from the field during the devastating Gatlinburg wildfires.
In 2014, Chynna graduated from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. She cheered at UNLV as a die-hard Rebel fan, and now as a Golden Knights hockey fan. Chynna was born and raised in Las Vegas, where the majority of her family resides.
Chynna is excited to learn about Oregon and explore all it has to offer.
You can follow Chynna on Facebook and Twitter. She’s always looking for suggestions on what to see or where to eat locally!
An Oregon business group says it will no longer try to overturn an education tax package meant to provide a $1 billion funding increase to the state’s public school system.
A fossil jaw bone misidentified for 50 years turns out to belong to a bone-crushing mammal and is the first to be found in the Northwest, scientists said.
United Airlines is making it easier for Oregon duck football fans to get to away games with direct flights.
Authorities say the bodies were found Saturday in a heavily wooded and very remote area in Yamhill County.
The final vote was 6-2 to approve a new tax for public safety.
While ink is being pressed into the skin on the first floor of Area 51, it’s being taken out on the second.
Two people were arrested after reports of shots fired and a car crashing into a tree, Eugene Police said.
The Roseburg Fire Department said one person is missing and presumed to have drowned on Tuesday.
The man has been found.
A single ticket sold in Wisconsin matched all six numbers in the Wednesday night Powerball drawing to win the third-largest jackpot in U.S. lottery history.