Angela Kellner

All Things Considered Host/Reporter

Angela Kellner is the KLCC host of All Things Considered and a reporter. Angela began as a KLCC volunteer in 1991 when she was in high school. While a student at Lane Community College, she was hired in 1993 for a work-study position in the KLCC Music Department and has been with the station in some role since then. Angela hosted KLCC's world music program Tropical Beat  for 11 years from 1994 to 2005.

Angela graduated from the University of Oregon in 2001 with honors and received a B.A. in Journalism and Communication Studies. She has earned numerous awards for her reporting, including First Place from PRNDI for her 2008 story Neighborhood Impact of Regional Medical Center. The Associated Press awarded Angela First Place for her 2009 story on the Achievement Gap in Oregon Schools as well as First Place for her 2010 feature Oregon Veterans: Help Wanted. In 2010, she partnered with NPR and was included in their series Living With War at Home.

Angela is the proud mother of a daughter and son.

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Politics & Government
11:02 am
Sun November 23, 2014

Dungeness Crab Season To Begin Dec. 1 Amid Coast Guard Helicopter Lawsuit

Credit Nick Edwards / OPB

Oregon's Dungeness Crab season is set to begin on schedule this year December 1. The Coast Guard rescue helicopter based in Newport is set to be decommissioned December 15th, which has commercial crabbers and their families worried.

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Politics & Government
6:59 pm
Fri November 21, 2014

Newport Joins Federal Lawsuit Against Coast Guard For Decision To Close Air Rescue Facility

Credit www.newslincolncounty.com

The Newport City Council voted today to join a federal lawsuit asking the Coast Guard to reverse its decision to close the Newport Air Rescue Facility.

The U.S. Coast Guard originally said the air facility and rescue helicopter would be decommissioned November 30th, but extended that by just two weeks to December 15th.

Spencer Nebel is Newport City Manager. He says the city is joining as plaintiffs with the Port of Newport, Fisherman's Wives and others in a federal lawsuit seeking an injunction against the Coast Guard's action.

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Immigration
7:27 pm
Thu November 20, 2014

Oregon Governor Supports President's Immigration Action, But Says It Is Only A Stop Gap

Credit State of Oregon

Following President Barack Obama's Thursday evening speech on immigration reform, Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber released a statement in support of the executive action.

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Politics & Government
8:53 pm
Wed November 19, 2014

Eugene City Council Continues Suspension of MUPTE

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The Eugene City Council Wednesday voted to extend the suspension of giving tax breaks to developers of multi-unit housing projects.

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Politics & Government
7:33 am
Sat November 15, 2014

Oregon Congressman Peter DeFazio Opposes Latest Keystone XL Pipeline Bill

On Friday the Republican-controlled U.S. House approved a bill for the Keystone XL Pipeline. The vote was 252 in favor, 161 opposed. The pipeline has been stalled by environmental reviews, objections to its route and politics for six years. Oregon's 4th District Democratic Congressman Peter DeFazio spoke on the house floor in opposition to the pipeline. DeFazio said exporting Canadian tar sands oil through the pipeline will not reduce U.S. gas prices and raises a number of environmental concerns.

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Disasters & Accidents
7:59 pm
Thu November 6, 2014

Two Mapleton High School Students Killed In Crash, Three Others Injured

Oregon State Police are investigating a crash that killed 2 Mapleton High School students and injured 3 others Thursday morning on Hwy. 126W near Mapleton.
Credit Oregon State Police

Oregon State Police is continuing the investigation into this morning's crash that killed two Mapleton High School students and injured three others on Highway 126W, east of Florence.

At approximately 7:00 a.m. Thursday, local emergency responders and OSP troopers from the Springfield and Florence offices were dispatched to a single vehicle crash on Highway 126W at milepost 15 near Mapleton in Lane County.

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Crime & Law
9:10 pm
Wed November 5, 2014

8-Year-Old Boy Hit By Bicyclist Riding On Sidewalk In Downtown Eugene

Credit City of Eugene

This week the City of Eugene is installing signs on the sidewalks to indicate the designated zone for where bicyclists and skaters need to dismount and walk. In an effort to improve pedestrian safety, the Eugene City Council in July approved new laws prohibiting people from riding skateboards or bikes on sidewalks in the downtown area. The laws went into effect August 29. Since then, police have been issuing warnings and citations. The maximum fine is $50.

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Politics & Government
9:25 am
Sat November 1, 2014

Lane County Commissioners Denounce Oregon State Bar Letter Regarding Firing of Liane Inkster

Credit Lane County

Lane County Commissioners Sid Leiken and Jay Bozievich released a statement Friday afternoon in response to the Oregon State Bar clearing a former administrator of criminal conduct.

The commissioners say Liane Inkster, formerly Liane Richardson, violated county policy by selling more leave time than was allowed and that she lied about it. Inkster was fired last year.

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Disasters & Accidents
8:26 am
Sat November 1, 2014

West 7th Ave Now Open at Charnelton Following Crash

A van crashed into a tree early Saturday morning in downtown Eugene, closing W. 7th at Charnelton St.
Credit Angela Kellner

UPDATE: 10:28 a.m.

Eugene Police say all lanes of W. 7th Ave. are now open.

UPDATE: 8:45 a.m.

Eugene Police say two lanes of West 7th Avenue are now open to traffic.

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Eugene Police are investigating a Saturday morning crash of a white van into a tree on West 7th Avenue between Charnelton and Olive St.

West 7th is closed until further notice at Charnelton. The condition of the driver has not been released.

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Health
6:50 pm
Wed October 29, 2014

McKenzie-Willamette Issues Contract Clarification

McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center in Springfield issued a press release Wednesday saying it wanted to correct inaccurate information about its most recent proposal submitted October 17 to the union bargaining committee.

Unionized hospital staff began a three-day strike Tuesday, saying they've been working without a contract for nearly a year.

The Springfield hospital says it's proposing a 14-month contract and a 2.75-percent wage increase.

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