Briana Friden

News Reporter

As a bilingual student at University of Oregon majoring in Spanish, Briana Friden fell in love with journalism during her stint as a student reporter/anchor for Duck TV, the university's student run news network. Briana joined the KLCC News team as a volunteer reporter in October 2017, and is determined to make her mark in broadcast news following graduation.

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The Corvallis Boys and Girls Club has finally reached their 6 million dollar goal to put up walls on their new teen center. The walls went up Tuesday.

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Oregon taxpayers have been receiving phone calls from scammers pretending to be with the IRS or Internal Revenue Service. KLCC’s Briana Friden has the story.

A Springfield jail and police levy appears to have been approved in Tuesday’s special election, by about 68 percent. It is a levy of $1.40 per $1,000 assessed value for five years beginning in July 2018. The levy is a renewal which funds the municipal jail and city police.