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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Other News
6:55 pm
Fri November 15, 2013

Organizers In Corvallis Hope To Attract More People By Dropping "Homeless" From Name Of Event

A recent Project Homeless Connect event in Newport.
Credit Project Homeless Connect

In an effort to attract more people, the Benton County Project Resource Connect has dropped the word "homeless" from the name of their event.
 

Nationwide, homeless connect events are held as a one-stop shop for people needing assistance accessing services. Benton County Project Coordinator Johanna Peerenboom says they've dropped the word "homeless" from the title of their event.

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Arts & Culture
7:01 pm
Thu November 14, 2013

Eugene Public Library Ranks In Top 3% In U.S.

Eugene Public Library

The Eugene Public Library has been ranked in the top 3% in the United States for cost-effective service.

Library Journal conducts the ranking. It looks at four factors, including circulation, visits and program attendance. Connie Bennett is Eugene Library's Director. She explains the fourth factor.

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Politics & Government
11:46 am
Tue November 12, 2013

Lincoln County District Attorney Rob Bovett is Stepping Down

Lincoln County District Attorney Rob Bovett.
Credit Lincoln County

An Oregon district attorney, who's internationally recognized for his work to curtail methamphetamine manufacturing, is leaving his job.

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Other News
8:04 pm
Fri November 8, 2013

Three Names Will Be Added To Oregon's Memorial For Veterans

Afghan-Iraqi Freedom Memorial Wall in Salem.
Credit Oregon Department of Veterans' Affairs

For those enjoying a 3-day weekend, the day off is to remember and honor those men and women who've served in the military. In Oregon, the day will be marked with a solemn ceremony in Salem.

Twice a year on Memorial Day and Veterans Day, the names of the fallen are added to the Afghan-Iraqi Freedom Memorial Wall. It's located on the grounds of the Oregon Department of Veterans' Affairs. Mike Allegre says they will be adding three new names to the wall.

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Politics & Government
6:57 pm
Fri November 8, 2013

U.S. Senate Passes Employment Anti-Discrimination Act, Championed by Oregon Senator Jeff Merkley

UO students Whitney Logue and Connor Gagner met with Sen. Jeff Merkley (middle) Friday to celebrate senate passage of the Employment Anti-Discrimination Act.
Credit Angela Kellner

College students and business leaders joined Oregon U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley Friday in calling on congress to ban workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. On Thursday the senate passed the Employment Anti-Discrimination Act.  It passed by a 2-to-1 margin with 10 Republicans joining Democrats. Senator Merkley helped pass Oregon's workplace protection law in 2007 when he was speaker of the Oregon House. He says not all states offer the same employment protections for gay, lesbian, bi-sexual or trans-gendered.

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Youth Education
7:59 pm
Thu November 7, 2013

Youth Empowerment Symposium Kicks Off Sunday in Eugene

YEPSA members Elliot Glaser-Flynn, Denise Velasco and Aimee Fischer.
Credit Angela Kellner

Members of a Eugene-based youth empowerment group are hosting a symposium this weekend on issues of sexuality and gender identity.

Youth for the Education and Prevention of Sexual Assault (YEPSA) was created more than five years ago by two students at the Network Charter School in Eugene. After months of planning and fundraising, the group is ready to host the Youth Empowerment Symposium on Sunday and Monday. The keynote speaker is Cree Gordon who identifies as gender-queer and is HIV-positive. Network Charter School teacher Denise Velasco describes one of the highlights.

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Weather
6:53 pm
Thu November 7, 2013

Strong Storm Knocks Out Power to Thousands in Oregon Thursday

Credit wikimedia

A strong storm hit the northwest Thursday morning, knocking out power for more than 10,000 customers, including Portland International Airport.

A microburst of wind is blamed for destroying a barn in Polk County. Heavy rain dumped an average of one-third of an inch in a short period of time.

Steve Pierce is President of the Oregon Chapter of the American Meteorological Society. He says the weekend is looking good.

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Crime & Law
2:09 pm
Tue November 5, 2013

Oregon Releases Study on Financial Exploitation of Adults With Disabilities and the Elderly

Credit Jes Burns

Oregon has released the first-ever study on the financial exploitation of adults with disabilities and the elderly.
 

It may be a crime that happens over a long period or a one time event. And it may take years for the victim to discover it, if they ever do. The study found the majority of financial abuse is perpetrated by family, friends and non-relative caregivers. Researcher Rebecca Fetters says they’re not only stealing money.

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November 2013 Election
8:54 pm
Mon October 28, 2013

On The Ballot: $62.5-million Springfield School Bond Measure

Hamlin Middle School in Springfield.
Angela Kellner

In next week’s election, Springfield voters will decide the fate of a bond measure for the school district. More than half of the $62.5- million would go to replace Hamlin Middle School. The rest of the funds would be used to make upgrades at other schools.

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Philanthropy
10:38 am
Sun October 20, 2013

Interview: Liz Martin, Director of Development for Eugene-based CREATE!

A cooperative garden in Senegal, part of the work done by CREATE!
Credit CREATE!

KLCC's Angela Kellner speaks with Liz Martin, Director of Development for CREATE!, a Eugene-based organization that partners with rural communities in Senegal, West Africa. CREATE! is the recipient of grant money from Dining For Women, a philanthropic organization with chapters in Eugene.

There is an informational meeting to learn more about Dining For Women Wednesday, October 23 from 6:30-8:00 PM at the Lane Community College Downtown Campus.

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