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Evita Garza

Evita Garza joined the KEZI 9 News team as a news reporter in June 2019.

Title: Reporter
evitagarza@kezi.com

Evita Garza joined the KEZI 9 News team as a news reporter in June 2019.

Evita was born and raised in Portland, graduating from the University of Oregon with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. While in school, Evita interned at KOIN 6 News, the CBS affiliate in Portland. She also reported and produced for UO’s student-run broadcasts, Duck TV News and Oregon News.

An Oregon native, Evita is excited to be telling stories in her home state.
When she’s not chasing stories, Evita loves trying new foods, movies and hanging out with her dog.

Have a news tip? Evita wants to hear from you! Email her at: evitagarza@kezi.com. You can also follow Evita on Twitter.

Recent Posts by Evita Garza

Coos County commissioners hope to save Shutter Creek

Coos County Commissioner Melissa Cribbins said the closure is going to leave a huge dent in the community.

List of businesses supporting Citizens Against Tyranny sparks controversy

The list was published on the group’s Facebook page last week. There are about 100 business owners listed.

Coos County begins vaccinating teachers; Douglas County schools prepare

Public health officials in both Douglas and Coos counties said they hope to finish group 1A in the next few weeks.

Roseburg police chief speaks out after group shares concerns online

The website, timetogogary.com, was published by a group called Citizens for Truth. It lays out all the concerns they have with Chief Klopfenstein.

Coos County businesses prep for restrictions in return to extreme risk

These changes come two weeks after the county was moved down to high risk.

Citizens Against Tyranny target Brown, supporters over COVID-19 rules

Leaders say they will ban people from businesses if they have reported rule violations to state officials.

Douglas County slowly but surely vaccinating priority residents

Public health officer Bob Dannenhoffer said they are doing everything they can to distribute the vaccine as quickly as possible.

Roseburg schools returning to in-person classes this month

Some students will be returning to in-person learning full time and others will be on a hybrid learning model.

Douglas County firefighters line up for COVID-19 vaccine

As of now, there have been 683 people vaccinated for COVID-19 in Douglas County.

Coos County in warning week, could move back up to 'extreme risk' category

Coos Health and Wellness assistant director Eric Gleason said he expected their time in “high risk” to be short-lived because their numbers have been consistently high for weeks.

Oregon Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Cases: 133851

Reported Deaths: 1803
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Clackamas11698138
Lane8353109
Jackson693085
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Yamhill319045
Malheur313552
Linn311646
Polk245540
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Josephine174333
Benton170514
Jefferson170525
Douglas168743
Union111416
Wasco108123
Columbia104918
Lincoln99617
Hood River95421
Coos93815
Morrow93810
Clatsop6865
Crook62110
Baker5685
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Lake2305
Grant2131
Harney1754
Wallowa963
Gilliam511
Sherman470
Wheeler201
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