Amy Brenneman

News Intern

Amy Brenneman is the 2019 Snowden Intern. She began working in the KLCC News Room June 24, 2019.  She recently graduated from University of Oregon with a major in journalism and a minor in anthropology. She loves radio so much, she even made her undergraduate thesis an audio story about paranormal tourism in the United States. 

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A new program at Marist Catholic High School in Eugene provides children in need with free reading lessons and meals.

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A massive project to revitalize Eugene’s downtown riverfront area kicks off on July 22nd.

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

In October, John Weber will be the next executive director for the University of Oregon’s Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.

Lane County Sheriff

The Oregon Country Fair is this weekend in Veneta and Lane county sheriff’s office is mobilizing their traffic control to deal with the massive expected crowds.

Oregon Country Fair

Oregon Country Fair kicks off its 50th year on Friday in Veneta. The three-day festival is expected to draw its largest crowd in history.

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270-thousand children across Oregon will now get comprehensive vision screening in public school districts and preschools.

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Big changes could be coming to Eugene streets. The city is taking a look at how to improve transportation on 8th Avenue, Pearl and High corridor, and midtown Willamette Street. It’s called Central Eugene in Motion.

Pacific Power

A utility that serves the Pacific Northwest is launching a fire preparedness and safety education effort to ready people for the 2019 fire season.

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A city council proposal could change the name of Washington-Jefferson Park to honor the man who helped create it.

Eugene School District 4J

All 122 of Eugene 4J District’s older diesel school buses have been replaced with new low-emission models.

City of Portland

With Fourth of July this week, some people may be wondering what's is legal to light up.

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A Close the Camps rally was held in downtown Eugene on Tuesday as part of a national protest of the U.S. policy of detaining migrant children.

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Next summer, the city of Eugene is planning to give the popular Amazon Trail a makeover in time for the 2021 track and field world championships.

Amy Brenneman

Officials are expecting an active fire season in western Oregon this summer and they want people to practice fire safety.

Kerin Sharma / OPB

The Oregon Health Authority lifted a public health advisory for contact with marine water at Agate Beach, Seal Rock State Park Beach, and Harris Beach Monday.

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Record-breaking crowds are coming to Autzen Stadium this weekend for the Garth Brooks concert.

Rachael McDonald

The forecast is calling for thunderstorms this week in western Oregon and fire officials say they’re prepared for possible fire starts. They’re also asking the public to take precautions to prevent human-caused fires.