Chris Lueneburg joined the KEZI 9 News team in June 2019 as a news reporter and producer.
Chris is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he was a proud Badger and campus tour guide. He graduated with a Bachelor's degree in journalism and mass communications. Chris interned with WISC News 3 Now, writing news stories for their on-air and online platforms.
Chris is looking forward to exploring the Cascades and Coast, and enjoys the unique character of western Oregon. Have a story idea? Send Chris an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
No in-person ceremonies will be held, but some districts are planning other ways to honor seniors.
Passover celebrations have been interrupted by the coronavirus pandemic in Jewish communities worldwide, but local rabbis say they are finding new ways to celebrate together.
The Oregon Health Authority reported 69 new cases of coronavirus across the state, alongside another death.
Lane County Public Health announced three additional positive coronavirus cases Sunday morning, all in the Eugene-Springfield area.
Lane County Public Health announced a new coronavirus case Saturday afternoon, a man who is hospitalized in the intensive care unit.
The Oregon Health Authority announced 100 new coronavirus cases as of Saturday morning for a total of 999, with four more dead.
Douglas County announced one new case of coronavirus Saturday afternoon, bringing the county's total to 11.
Local auto businesses are working to keep cars clean during routine service and support those who are looking for new cars in tough financial times.
Local clinics are embracing telemedicine as a way to help patients with everyday medical concerns during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Treasury reversed its decision late Wednesday, requiring no action on the part of recipients in order to receive a check.