Emma Jerome

Emma Jerome joined KEZI 9 News as a news reporter in January 2019.

Title: Reporter

Emma Jerome joined KEZI 9 News as a news reporter in January 2019.

A proud Coug, Emma graduated from Washington State University with degrees in broadcast news and Spanish. While at Washington State, Emma reported and produced for Murrow News 8. In 2018, Emma also interned in the news department at KHQ 6, Spokane’s NBC affiliate. Previously, Emma was executive producer for Cable 8 Productions, producing local programming on campus at WSU.

Born and raised in the Seattle area, Emma loves the Pacific Northwest and says she has coffee coursing through her veins. You can follow Emma on Facebook and Twitter, or send her a story idea at emmajerome@kezi.com.

Recent Posts by Emma Jerome

OSU's new marine studies building could shelter hundreds during a tsunami

The $61 million building should be done by June 2020.

Oregon House to hold meeting about bobcat kitten's death

Wildlife advocates will head to Salem on Wednesday to demand action from the government following the killing of a bobcat kitten in Eugene in October.

National Apprenticeship Week kicks off

Monday kicks off National Apprenticeship Week and in honor of that -- LCC along with Lane CTE are hosting an event and inviting apprentices, industry partners, or anyone interested in an apprenticeship to attend.

Elected officials, local leaders hold conference supporting DACA

Local leaders and elected officials spoke to a room full of people Sunday who say they are ready to fight for the prosperity of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.

Springfield man does over 10,000 crunches for charity

Mike Grudzien is a United States Marine who loves to give back to our community while raising awareness for the homeless crisis in our country.

Man charged one year after Jeppesen Acres assault

Brandon McAdam has been charged with second, third, and fourth-degree assault.

LTD changes would impact South Hills, downtown Eugene

Here’s what you need to know.

Eugene Library to eliminate late fines on children's, teen books

The Eugene Public Library is throwing out late fines for some books starting Jan. 1.

Report: Thousands of construction workers needed by 2027 in Lane County

By 2027, one out of every 11 jobs will be in construction, the Oregon Employment Department reports.

Crash sends biker to the hospital in Veneta

Officials say a crash on highway 126 in Veneta sent one person to the hospital Saturday,

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