Chris Lindsay

Chris Lindsay joined the KEZI 9 News team as a news reporter in February 2021.

Title: Reporter
chrislindsay@kezi.com

Chris Lindsay joined the KEZI 9 News team as a news reporter in February 2021.

Chris graduated with a bachelor's degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in 2018. He also holds a master's degree in Sports Journalism from Arizona State, where he graduated in 2019. Prior to arriving at KEZI 9 News, Chris interned with Sports Illustrated as a producer.

Chris was born and raised in North Carolina, where he developed a big love for sports, especially basketball and football. In his spare time, he enjoys video gaming, journaling, and roller skating.

If you have a news story idea, you can email Chris at chrislindsay@kezi.com or follow him on Twitter.

Recent Posts by Chris Lindsay

Neighbors react to arrest of double murder suspect

"I know that yesterday there were people that were leaving and going to stay with other folks cause they hadn't caught him yet," James Houston, resident said.

Bushnell University hosts in-person graduation

"It was really important to the campus to be able to do that to honor those students and their families for the hard work they put in," Pat Walsh, director of public affairs for the BU said.

Local businesses weigh in on COVID-19 rule enforcements

Brad Neathery, manager at a Springfield ampm location, said at the beginning of the pandemic, he ran into a lot of people who were defying the rules, but over the past few months he hasn't had many issues.

Veteran now allowed to keep flags, apartment complex says

"I'm not going to take the flags down," Folsom said. "They're a part of me. So if they go, I go."

Fern Ridge School District board candidate under fire for Facebook comments

Under a post, he wrote: "If a woman wants to use her womb for a *** dumpster, that's her business, she should have the right to pick her own hanger."

Students react to viral pictures of packed tailgates for spring game

Photos of an off-campus tailgate are causing controversy. They show hundreds of students gathered to celebrate the annual spring football game.

UO students and nearby businesses react to spring game without fans

Aside from the business owners, UO students said they've had to change their approach to the annual game day as well.

Eugene police rape allegation gains national attention

Nine months after KEZI first reported the story, the alleged rape of a Eugene woman by an EPD officer was covered by a national media outlet.

Springfield restaurant to host social gathering event, despite mandates

This isn't this first time they've tested the mandates. Earlier this year, the owner Trudy Logan received over $9,000 in fines.

Restaurant owners frustrated with extreme risk level

He said this decision was a huge blow for he and his team, as they'd just begun to get adjusted to the lower level restrictions.

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