Brittany Glas

Brittany GlasKSN News Reporter
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Brittany Glas joined the KSN News team in March of 2014. Brittany comes to KSN from KAUZ-TV Newschannel 6 in Wichita Falls, Texas where she anchored the weekday morning show.

From one ‘Wichita’ to another, Brittany is excited to learn what being a Kansan is all about! She is thrilled to be part of the KSN News team.

Brittany grew up in San Antonio. Although a native Texan, she graduated from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah in April 2011. She received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the Department of Communications with an emphasis in Broadcast Journalism.

As a student, Brittany participated in the production of a 50-minute documentary film entitled “I Am Not My Body.” The project took her to Romania where she served as its lead reporter. It was one of many stories she believes changed her life. In 2012, the documentary was awarded at the College Television Awards.

Brittany believes in the ability to empower people through information. She has a sincere desire to provide her audience with the stories they need to know about… it’s a job she doesn’t take lightly.

If there’s an issue you want addressed in your community, be sure to let Brittany know about it! Email story ideas at brittany.glas@ksn.com.

In her spare time, Brittany likes to dabble in photography, visit art museums, and watch foreign films.

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Latest stories from Brittany

EC291DA4AE9148DEA70810FF3FFFD08E Intruder attempts to grab child in Newton home (10/17/2014) - A Kansas man is accused of breaking into a home and grabbing a 3-year-old child before a Newton Police officer wrestled the intruder away.
Kellogg and Webb Construction Leaders unveil massive construction plan for east Kellogg (10/16/2014) - The plan is priced to exceed $300 million and will be funded by the several departments across Kansas.
jarman Political analyst chimes in on U.S. Senate debate (10/15/2014) - Reporter Brittany Glas sat down with KSN political analyst, Jeff Jarman, to watch the final Senate debate and get his reaction firsthand.
FILE - In this Jan. 9, 2014 photo kindergarten students run during a physical education class at Frank Rushton Elementary School, which has a high percentage of poor/at-risk kids, in Kansas City, Kan. (AP Photo/John Hanna) Wichita Public Schools to spend nearly $150,000 to continue funding lawsuit (10/13/2014) - Wichita Public Schools' Board of Education pledged to pay nearly $150,000 during Monday night's meeting for 'Schools for Fair Funding' litig…
(KSN photo / Brittany Glas) Police: Body recovered in west Wichita (10/10/2014) - The body of an unidentified woman was found Friday afternoon in a ditch in west Wichita.