Kelli Warner


Kelli Warner
Kelli Warner
Kelli anchors NewsSource Today weekday mornings from 5:00am-7:00am. She is a native Oregonian and graduate of the University of Oregon.

Kelli has reported on all topics during her nearly two decades as a TV journalist, the good news and the not-so-good news. Her favorite part of her job is meeting new people every day and being able to share their stories. She especially enjoys reporting on incredible kids in our communities who are doing great things!

In connection with the Eugene Race for the Cure, Kelli creates a yearly special called “Faces of Breast Cancer” which focuses on the issue of breast cancer in Oregon; from the people it touches, to the services and programs available locally, to the latest happenings on the research front.

In 2012, “Faces of Breast Cancer” was nominated for an Emmy Award for Best Informational Program. She’s also received numerous Associated Press awards, including accolades for her in-depth look into sexual predators in Oregon and a 12-week Biggest Loser-style weight loss series which involved willing viewers called “Trim the Fat”.

When she’s not getting up bright and early for work, she holds the official title of Soccer Mom, enjoys writing and traveling, and loves watching movies with her family.

Recent stories by Kelli Warner

Local Nike and Healthy Moves team up: You could win $50,000 for a local non-profit Nike and Healthy Moves team up: You could win $50,000 for a local non-profit(Photo Gallery)(Video)
There’s a new way to cover more ground on your next run, walk or a workout.

Your efforts could help put $50,000 in the hands of a local non-profit and earn you tickets to the Prefontaine Classic at Hayward field next month.

Nike kicked off the new incentive Thursday and its partnership with the Healthy Moves program.
Local Children's Miracle Network holds special meaning for Thurston siblings Children's Miracle Network holds special meaning for Thurston siblings(Photo Gallery)(Video)
Drake Ortmann is one of 12 contestants in this year's Mr. THS pageant.

A tour through the neo-natal intensive care unit at Sacred Heart Medical Center really showed Drake and the other contestants how important their work is raising money for the Children's Miracle Network, seeing the premature babies being helped by the money they're raising.

But Drake doesn't have to look far to see how Children's Miracle Metwork is helping save lives every day.

He just has to look at his little sister Magnolia.
Local Reading aid writes book for elementary students Reading aid writes book for elementary students(Photo Gallery)
There’s a lot of excitement right now in the library at Mount Vernon Elementary School in Springfield.

It’s not every day students can check out a book written by one of their teachers, but students of educational reading aid Jeanette Bennett can.

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