Ariel Iacobazzi

Ariel Iacobazzi joined the KEZI 9 News team in May 2021 as a news reporter.

Title: Reporter

Ariel Iacobazzi joined the KEZI 9 News team in May 2021 as a news reporter.

Ariel graduated from Washington State University with a B.A. in Journalism and Media Production. Ariel also earned a minor in Spanish at WSU, with specializations in Broadcast News and Broadcast Production.

Throughout her time at WSU and the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication, Ariel was also active in multiple clubs. She worked with Cable 8 Productions, a student-run production company at the Murrow College. Arial was also a Murrow Ambassador, giving tours to incoming freshmen and prospective students.

During her junior and senior years at WSU, Ariel was actively involved with Murrow News 8, the daily student-run newscast. Ariel anchored the news, presented the weather, operated cameras, and even directed full newscasts when needed.

In her free time, Ariel enjoys watching scary movies, swimming, and exploring the world of chocolate. You can follow Ariel on Facebook and Twitter.

Recent Posts by Ariel Iacobazzi

Pharmacy woes continue with long wait times

An expert at OSU explains why some are seeing delays in getting medications.

Lane County vaccine clinic puts focus on booster doses

Nearly 800 people came to the Lane Events Center for a shot.

Protest aims to raise awareness about growing fentanyl problem

People whose loved ones have overdosed planned to gather Friday afternoon in Springfield.

Eugene to move forward with mixed-income housing plans at old LCC site

Now that The Montgomery proposals have been approved by the city council, here's what's next.

Eugene Emeralds looking for a new place to call home

Their move to a "High A" full season team is big news, but the major leagues are asking them to make some big changes along with it.

Potential housing development in the works for Oakway Golf Course

Some residents living on the green are seeing red with these proposed plans.

Gov. Brown pays a visit to UO's COVID-19 testing program

About 100 Oregon schools are partnering with the University of Oregon for testing.

Vaccination deadline approaches for Oregon teachers and staff

"This virus isn't going away. And it's going to continue to challenge us and we just really need to focus on what's best and what's safe for kids."

Murder victim's family sets up memorial site at Albany park

Police are still searching for the shooter.

Oregon lifts bachelor's degree requirement for substitutes in schools

The rule change, which is temporary, aims to fill a shortage many districts have seen over recent years.

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