Chris Lueneburg became an anchor at KEZI 9 News in September 2020.
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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.
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As Oregonians 65 and older will soon be eligible for the coronavirus vaccine, health care workers are hoping that their experience getting the vaccine can help inspire confidence in those who are next in line.
Interim-superintendent Cydney Vandercar said that Lane County Public Health has approved the district's vaccination plan.
The Eugene School District 4J board met with state lawmakers Thursday morning to discuss policy priorities in advance of the 2021 legislative session, hitting on budget concerns among other issues.
As the CDC and the Oregon Health Authority finalize their guidance for the next phases of vaccine distribution, providers are also preparing their own plans.
A historical marker honoring one of Eugene's founding African-American families has been replaced after it was vandalized in July.
Oregon Medical Group OBGYN Dr. Melanie Konradi has begun receiving questions from female health care workers who are eligible for the coronavirus vaccine and are pregnant but doesn't have many answers.
A woman and her partner who allegedly stole her 7-year-old daughter from California before taking her to the Blue River area are due back in Lane County Court Tuesday awaiting extradition.
As distribution begins for both the Pfizer and Moderna coronavirus vaccines, Oregon Medical Group is one of many healthcare organizations working to educate patients and inspire confidence.
Senator Dallas Heard removed his mask in protest shortly after the Oregon State Senate convened for the third special session of 2020, resulting in a verbal squabble with Senate President Peter Courtney.
Doctors share tips on how to keep your child active and healthy during the pandemic.
Data is updated nightly.