Julian Mininsohn joined the KEZI 9 News team as a sports anchor and reporter in October 2018.
Originally from Long Beach, California, Julian attended the University of La Verne near Los Angeles. Before graduating with honors in 2015, he was the on-air talent at the school radio and produced university television programming. Julian was also co-editor for the campus newspaper and a featured author for the University of La Verne magazine.
During college, Julian served as a contributing writer for Lakers and Dodgers Nation. Julian also worked as a sports production assistant with the award-winning KABC-7 sports team in Los Angeles. He covered pro and college sports and interviewed So Cal legends like Kobe Bryant and Vin Scully.
Most recently, Julian was Sports Director for KKCO/KJCT-TV in Grand Junction, Colorado. He covered the JUCO World Series, Winter X Games and the Colorado Rockies farm team. As host of a weekly high school sports show, Julian spotlighted football and basketball prep games. Julian also anchored the highly-rated Athlete of the Week program, which featured local sports stars of the future.
Julian is excited to be back on the West Coast, covering the world of Oregon sports. Although he is a true fan of all competitive athletics, Julian still finds time away from the studio for a good movie or some pick-up basketball.
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UO graduate student Marc Carpenter labels some of the controversial history of the pioneer statues.
The season is delayed indefinitely as a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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Recreation facilities such as batting cages and parks see increased crowds in the first weekend of Phase 2.
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Local public health officials say there could be a slight increase in coronavirus cases following Sunday's March for Black Lives.
Data is updated nightly.