Why do the Marines in Afghanistan keep etching their memories into their flesh to commemorate the good and the bad? A journalist who embedded in Helmand Province in 2010 shares rare moments of reflection from the front lines.
EUGENE, Ore. - My high school career guidance counselor told me I had skills that would lend themselves to one of three careers:
Working in the lumber mill
Admittedly I was a jock with a low C-...
When the University of Oregon hosts the Oregon Associated Press Broadcasters Association Annual Awards Ceremony on April 16, there will be a lot of winners from the news operations at KVAL, KEZI and KMTR - but one of the top prizes will go to you.
KVAL.com carried a series of multimedia stories this week reported, written and edited on deadline by students in Dan Morrison's NewsLab class at the University of Oregon.
Dean Rea launched NewsLab a few years back in an attempt to answer this...
In war, the line between a military camp and enemy territory is called "the wire." Two embedded KVAL journalists just returned from Afghanistan and as they learned, the wire can separate friend and foe but not always life and death.
As Americans observe Veterans Day, others are honoring those who are still serving. Two embedded journalists working with KVAL News are home in Oregon again after reporting from the front lines in Afghanistan.