The Register-Guard newsroom welcomed Louis Krauss as its Breaking Information reporter March 8.
Krauss involves Eugene from Baltimore the place he labored as a information reporter for the Baltimore Brew and The Each day Document. In Baltimore he coated the summer time’s Black Lives Matter protests, together with compelling video protection of the tearing down of town’s Columbus statue, and the impression of COVID-19 on evictions and homelessness.
Earlier than that, he labored at The Each day World in Aberdeen, Washington, from 2017 to 2019 overlaying metropolis authorities, faculty boards, legislation enforcement and the atmosphere as a employees author.
Krauss was desirous to relocate to the Pacific Northwest. Past his Aberdeen expertise, he is cherished time spent with members of the family in Southern Oregon, the place they’ve lived for a few years, and he’s an avid hiker who’s glad to be residing in a mountainous area as soon as once more.
“I’m excited to cowl all the things within the wide-open beat of breaking information in Lane County, and to offer context every time doable about how bigger societal points think about,” Krauss stated. “I sit up for listening to from all kinds of neighborhood members so I can higher perceive what points are most necessary to them. Please do not hesitate to achieve out to me.”
Krauss was born and raised in Baltimore and graduated in 2017 with a bachelor’s diploma in East Asian Research from Oberlin (Ohio) Faculty, the place he served as The Oberlin Overview information editor. He additionally accomplished two summer time internships in Japan and speaks proficient Japanese.
Krauss will likely be overlaying growing information of all types, from neighborhood and enterprise information to climate emergencies to neighborhood occasions and extra. You’ll be able to attain him at email@example.com or 541-521-2498. Observe him on Twitter @LouisKraussNews.
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