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!
Three horses were found dead on a property outside of Creswell according to court documents obtained by KEZI 9 News.
The Springfield City Council voted in favor of the landowner of the Patrician Mobile Home Park Monday night, approving the rezoning of the land to mixed-use commercial.
A burglary in Sutherlin led to a police chase and ended with three men in cuffs, one of them 16 years old.
Officials are searching for 24-year old Hannah Justine Fox of Eugene who was last seen on Monday.
A man is charged with murder after a Cottage Grove man died two days after being hit in the head with a baseball bat.
Officials are investigating a fatal plane crash near McKenzie Bridge.
The Douglas County Fire Department had I-5 southbound down to one lane for hours Friday evening due to a roadside fire.
A Prineville man has been sentenced to more than a year in federal prison followed by three years of supervised release for his role in selling a machine gun to an undercover agent.
News of an alleged Amazon theft ring involving contract delivery drivers is unlikely to make a dent in the online shopping giant’s massive business.
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.