Mike Cerullo

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

Title: Reporter/Producer

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

Recent Posts by Mike Cerullo

Chair of GAPS school board talks recent controversies, staff shake-ups

"There is a misconception that we fired Melissa because of EDI [equity diversity and inclusion] and it's absolutely not true," the board chair said.

Receiving unemployment benefits? Job search requirements back in place soon

A rule requiring Oregonians applying for unemployment benefits to submit proof of completing five work-seeking activities every week is about to take effect for the first time since the pandemic began.

Husband of woman shot at Lane County Fair speaks out

"The gun was drawn because he was getting beaten up by grown men and nobody would help, he pulled the gun out to make the guy stop and during the commotion it was accidentally discharged," Smith wrote.

Oregon Department of Education updates 'Back to School' guidance

"Kids really need the socialization especially after the last year, when everything was locked down."

Former UO professor speaks out about wage gap lawsuit

"To really feel fully vindicated, I suppose you know, there'd be this public acknowledgement by all parties that pay inequity really is a problem, and really was impacting me actually for my whole career."

Low staff vaccination rate likely caused outbreak at Florence care facility

While the parent company reports 36% of staff are fully vaccinated, Lane County health officials say only 5% are.

COVID-19 outbreak at Florence memory care facility causes concern

"If you work in a place where you take care of elderly people and you're not vaccinated, somebody's dropping the ball somewhere."

Community divided over firing of GAPS superintendent

This was a $200,000 decision, according to a board member who voted against firing Melissa Goff.

Construction delayed for new Lebanon fire station

The price of some building materials increased 400% during the pandemic.

Fourth victim in North Bend killing spree dies from injuries

Florida resident Linda Oyster, 73, died at RiverBend Hospital in Springfield.

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