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 email@example.com.
A major retailer in our area says they're encouraging their customers to wear masks -- and giving them free ones if they need one -- but at the end of the day they wont force people to wear them.
A manager at Allan’s Coffee & Tea confirmed the incident to KEZI 9 News.
Some business owners told KEZI 9 News they expect customers will be respectful of the new mandate.
KEZI is following multiple eye witness reports that Isiah Wagoner, one of the leaders of the activist group Black Unity, was struck by a car Sunday evening.
KEZI has a reporter team live on the scene. Tune into KEZI 9 news at 11 for more.
Lincoln County recently backtracked on a rule that would have exempted people of color from having to wear face masks.
If you live in rural Lane County, you can soon get tested for COVID-19.
Even though Eugene hasn't declared Juneteenth an official holiday -- celebrations are underway.
With outbreaks popping up all over our state, health officials are working to make sure that doesn't happen here.
The event started at noon and will end at 4J headquarters.
Data is updated nightly.