Emma Withrow

Emma Withrow joined KEZI 9 News as a news reporter in August 2019.

Title: Reporter

Emma Withrow joined KEZI 9 News as a news reporter in August 2019.

She graduated from California Polytechnic State University with a degree in journalism in 2019. While in school, Emma anchored for Cal Poly’s media outlet, Mustang News. She has also interned for ABC7 News in San Francisco and KSBY News in San Luis Obispo.

Emma grew up in Modesto, California, and has been passionate about the news industry from the time she was young. She enjoys spending time with her family and traveling to new places.

Emma's thrilled to report for KEZI 9 News, and is always looking for new stories to cover. Have a news tip? Email her at: emmawithrow@kezi.com. You can also follow Emma on Facebook and Twitter.

Recent Posts by Emma Withrow

Advocates point out lack of resources for homeless youth amid pandemic

Advocates say youth can be asymptomatic and could potentially pass the virus on to vulnerable groups.

Parents of patient react to child psychologist's child porn arrest

The parents of a patient who went to local child psychologist, Craig Steinberg, spoke out after he was charged with 10 felony counts of encouraging child sex abuse.

Man arrested after fire breaks out at U-Haul

A raging fire broke out last night at the U-Haul on River Rd., but police say the story behind how the fire got started is even flashier than the flames themselves.

Gov. Brown tweets: Oregon will send 140 ventilators to New York

Governor Brown tweeted that Oregon will be answering New York's call for help by sending 140 ventilators.

Community copes with mental side effects of COVID-19

With stress and anxiety spreading almost as fast as COVID-19, many in the community are feeling hopeless.

Farmers markets stay open across Oregon with new guidelines

Some Lane County residents expressed concern after seeing the farmers market taking place in Eugene over the weekend.

Police seek suspect in multiple thefts from vehicles

Police say multiple Junction City residents were victimized by having items stolen from their unlocked cars parked at or near their homes early Friday morning.

Man sentenced to 3 years in prison for poaching big game

A 29-year-old western Washington man has been sentenced to more than three years in prison for hunting violations in one of the largest poaching cases in state history.

H-2A workers will be able to cross the Mexican border, leaving farmers relieved

The U.S. State Department expanded the number of foreign agricultural workers whose visa applications can be processed without an in-person interview.

LTD buses remain in service despite new executive order

Officials with Lane Transit District say as of now they have no plans to suspend bus services since Governor Brown's executive order.

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