Elizabeth Ruiz

NBC5 News Multimedia Journalist Elizabeth Ruiz was raised in Northern Colorado. She graduated from Colorado State University with a degree in Journalism and Media Communication. She also minored in Spanish and studied in Spain. While at Colorado State, she was an anchor and reporter for CTV Channel 11.

Elizabeth loves Zumba dancing, singing and spending time with her family.


Elizabeth's most recent stories:

Wolf Creek Inn set to reopen in April

Wolf Creek, Ore. — A historic inn in Josephine County is preparing to reopen. The Wolf Creek Inn is getting a new lease on life and opening its doors to you. It’s basically the same authentic inn from the late 1800s. The …

Compass House expanding in Medford

Medford., Ore. — A local organization aimed at helping people with disabilities and mental illness is working to expand in Medford. “I’ve been walking past this place for like eons… I never knew it was here,” Compass House member John Ardry said. John Ardry …

California father accused of murdering his son

Klamath River, Calif. — According to the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office, a Northern California man is accused of murdering his son. Detectives from the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit were at the property on Tuesday looking for more evidence in the …

Local email hoax seen nationwide

Southern Oregon — We’re learning more about a hack that forced the evacuation of all Rogue Community College campuses Friday. The hack was part of a larger attack which included at least three other states.   The Josephine County Sheriff’s Office says schools …

Table Rock Road improvements underway

Jackson Co., Ore. — Promised improvements to the roads around the new Costco are now underway. From Biddle Road to Airport Road, Table Rock Road is having three lanes added. Jackson County Roads Director John Vial says Table Rock Road has needed …

Collapsed bridge put back up by community

Selma, Ore. — Dozens of Selma residents were stranded for five months after a bridge collapsed near their home. It took $30,000 dollars to rebuild it – money they had to raise themselves. The Josephine County Public Works Department says the bridge …
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