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Mike Cerullo

Mike Cerullo joined the KEZI 9 News team as a weekday reporter and weekend producer in January 2021.

Title: Reporter/Producer
michaelcerullo@kezi.com

Mike Cerullo joined the KEZI 9 News team as a weekday reporter and weekend producer in January 2021.

Mike graduated from Emerson College in Boston, where he majored in Journalism and minored in Science and Health & Society. While in college, Mike reported, anchored and produced newscasts on Emerson’s student-run news stations, WEBN and EIV News. Mike also completed an internship with ACMi News in Arlington, Massachusetts.

Born and raised just outside of Boston, Massachusetts, Mike is excited for the opportunity to tell stories on the West Coast. In his free time, Mike enjoys running and spending time outdoors.

Don’t hesitate to reach out to Mike with story ideas! You can email him at michaelcerullo@kezi.com.

Recent Posts by Mike Cerullo

ODOT places boulders at I-105 off-ramp to keep campers away

ODOT is planning to place more boulders on the northbound side of Coburg Road in the spring.

More than $1,000 worth of archery equipment stolen from Cottage Grove school

"This is just one more opportunity that we hope to have with our students and if we don't have the supplies, we can't do the hands-on experiential learning that we value."

Eugene bike thefts trending downward but are still a problem for many

Here's why police say fewer bikes are being stolen.

Expansion project preparing for takeoff at Eugene Airport

"Our gate areas are just very, very constrained. Every single gate position is full. Some airlines are sharing gate positions and then our hold rooms are just really, really full during a couple peak periods during the day."

Skilled trades struggle to keep up with demand amid staffing shortages

"I need a salesman. I need a machinist, I need another mechanic, another winder, another balancer."

Holiday shoppers begin to scramble as supply chain issues persist

For many consumers, supporting local businesses is a priority this year.

Community holds vigil for man found dead at Highway 99 and Royal

"There's countless people on the street for countless reasons and each of them is important."

Cold nights leave homeless looking for a warm place to sleep

"I sleep on a piece of cardboard with a sleeping bag right now and I use hand sanitizer as a heater through a coffee can."

Springfield and Eugene get $19M grant to develop Franklin Boulevard

The money will be used to continue to transform Franklin Boulevard and create better transportation between Eugene and Springfield, according to officials.

Eugene weighs Home Energy Score requirement for sellers

The score accounts for a home's physical attributes including window type, heating and cooling systems, and the level of insulation it has.

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