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

Police identify man arrested in slashing

Eugene Police arrested Brandon William Combs, 30, in connection with Saturday's slashing.

Witnesses speak out after alleged slashing

Witnesses are speaking out after a man was allegedly attacked and slashed off River Road in Eugene Saturday afternoon.

Veterans Legacy receives new fire engine

The new-to-them truck will be used as the foundation of their firefighting program.

Abortion rate at all-time low, study says

According to a study published by the Guttmacher Institute, abortion rates in the U.S. are on the decline and currently they are the lowest they have been since Roe v. Wade passed in 1973.

Study suggests Springfield, Roseburg are regional 'hot spots' for meth

The study also found a disturbing trend of combining methamphetamines and opioids across the state.

Residents call highway 'dangerous' following fatal wreck

Sanders and his juvenile passengers were uninjured.

Eugene Springfield Fire releases annual report

The 2019 Eugene Springfield Fire annual report was released Friday and in it, an increase in calls is noted over the last 6 years - most of those being medical.

Family sues Boy Scouts for $10M over Corvallis teen's death

The mother of a Corvallis boy scout who fell to his death in 2018 while camping with his troop is now suing the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) for $10 million.

Oregon cheerleaders, mascot visit cancer patients

Oregon athletics teamed up with the Willamette Valley Cancer Institute to bring joy to patients.

Springfield students take part in community cleanup

Kids from the Academy of Arts and Academics in Springfield donated an hour of their day to beautifying their community on Friday.

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