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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Arts & Culture & Religion
3:47 am
Thu February 26, 2015

To Light A Candle - Film & Discussion In Eugene About Persecution of Baha'i Followers In Iran

Iraj Kamalabadi is part of a panel discussion in Eugene tonight following the screening of the documentary, To Light A Candle.

Tonight in Eugene there is a screening of the documentary, To Light A Candle, by Maziar Bahari. It is part of the "Education is Not a Crime" campaign to shed light on the persecution faced by members of the Baha'i Faith in Iran. Following tonight's film, there is a panel discussion.

KLCC's Angela Kellner speaks with a panel member, Iraj Kamalabadi. His family members have been jailed because of their Baha'i faith. The screening begins tonight at 7pm, followed by a panel discussion at the University of Oregon Lillis Business Complex, Room 182.

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Disasters & Accidents
8:35 pm
Wed February 25, 2015

Driver In Fatal Springfield Crash May Have Run A Red Light

26-year-old Cortney Jean Hudson is shown with her daughter McKenzie who was killed along with her two brothers, John and Tyler, in a crash Sunday in Springfield. Police say the driver who hit them may have run a red light when they were crossing Main Street.
Credit Family's GoFundMe site

Springfield Police say the initial investigation into Sunday's accident that killed three children and injured their mother, may have been caused by the driver running a red light.

A makeshift memorial sits near the site of the accident at 54th and Main Street. Springfield Police Sergeant Rich Charboneau says the investigation indicates the children and their mother had the right of way and were in the marked crosswalk.

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Disasters & Accidents
5:29 pm
Wed February 18, 2015

Oakridge Man Killed In Head-On Crash

An Oakridge man died Wednesday morning after being involved in a head-on crash.
Credit Oregon State Police

Oregon State Police are continuing the investigation into Wednesday morning's fatal traffic crash in Westfir near Oakridge.

Police say a Honda Accord, driven by 66-year-old Jerry Lossing, of Oakridge, was traveling eastbound on West Oak Road when it failed to negotiate a curve and went into the oncoming lane of travel.

His car collided head-on with a Toyota Rav-4, driven by 68-year-old Kathleen Camerer, also of Oakridge.

Lossing was pronounced deceased by medics at the scene. Preliminary information indicates Lossing was not using his seat belt.

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Politics & Government
4:53 pm
Tue February 10, 2015

Lane County Voters To Decide Fate Of Vehicle Registration Fee

The Lane County Board of Commissioners heard public testimony on the vehicle registration fee Feb. 10, 2015.
Credit Angela Kellner

The Lane County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to put the proposed vehicle registration fee on the May ballot.

Lane County voters will decide in May if they want to pay a vehicle registration fee to fund road and bridge maintenance in the county. If passed, residents would pay $35 per vehicle per year. Motorcycles would cost $20 annually. At a public hearing and meeting Tuesday, Kats Henry of Noti spoke against the fee.

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Education
5:00 am
Wed January 21, 2015

Eugene School District 4J Kicks Off School Choice Events & Lottery Process

Eugene School District 4J is offering parents and students ways to help choose which school to attend next year.

4J has a long-standing system of allowing families to apply for enrollment in schools outside their neighborhood. Spokeswoman Kerry Delf explains.

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Health
12:01 pm
Tue January 20, 2015

Measles Case Confirmed in Lane County

A case of measles has been confirmed in Eugene. Lane County Public Health officials say it's believed to be related to an outbreak linked to Disney theme parks in Southern California.
County Health spokesman Jason Davis says a Eugene man in his 40s went with his family to a Disney park in the outbreak area. After returning to Eugene, he  displayed symptoms and went to a medical provider.
Davis says he believes this is the first Oregon case linked to the Disney parks outbreak. It's the first measles case in Lane County since 2007.

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Health
7:15 pm
Thu January 15, 2015

New Clinic Opens In Eugene Offering Addiction, Behavioral and Medical Services

The new Rapid Access Clinic is operated by Willamette Family in downtown Eugene.
Credit Angela Kellner

A new clinic offering a one-stop shop to treat substance abuse, mental health and primary care held a grand opening in downtown Eugene Thursday.

Willamette Family is a non-profit that has been in the Eugene area for fifty years. It offers residential and outpatient substance abuse treatment, detox and help for families. Now they've opened a Rapid Access Clinic for walk-ins or appointments. Senior Manager Jonathan Smith.

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Nature
8:50 pm
Tue January 13, 2015

ODFW Donates 350,000 Pounds of Salmon to Oregon Food Bank

Chris Baker, a hatchery technician at ODFW's Sandy hatchery, puts a Coho salmon into an ice-filled tote destined for the Oregon Food Bank.
Credit Rick Swart/ODFW

Oregonians who receive assistance from food banks might find an expensive - and tasty item in their boxes this winter.

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife says a banner run of Chinook and Coho has allowed them to donate 175-tons of salmon to the Oregon Food Bank. It will be distributed to food banks across the state.

KLCC's Angela Kellner spoke to Rick Swart with the ODFW.

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Health & Mental Health
7:31 pm
Tue January 13, 2015

CAHOOTS Van Expands To Springfield And Glenwood

Beginning Wednesday a new partnership is bringing a mobile crisis intervention team to Springfield and Glenwood.

Since 1989, White Bird in Eugene has operated two CAHOOTS vans. It stands for Crisis Assistance Helping Out On The Streets.

Paid for with a grant from Lane County, there will be one CAHOOTS van dedicated to serving those in need in Springfield and Glenwood. The van is staffed with a mental health crisis worker and an emergency medical technician.

Niel Laudati is Spokesman for the City of Springfield.

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Politics & Government
8:10 pm
Mon January 12, 2015

Eugene Vigil Tuesday Part of Nationwide Effort to Halt Keystone XL Pipeline Project

Vigils are being held across the country Tuesday, including in Eugene, to show opposition to the Keystone XL Pipeline. This week the U.S. Senate could approve legislation for the pipeline. President Barack Obama has indicated he will veto it.

The pipeline would move heavy crude from Canada's tar sands region through the U.S. to the Texas Gulf Coast. Supporters say it will create jobs and lower fuel prices.

Debra McGee is an activist with the No KXL Pipeline group in Lane County. She says they want Congress and the President to focus on clean energy projects.

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