Chris Arnold

Chris ArnoldKSN News Reporter
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Chris Arnold joined the KSN News team in July 2013.

Before coming to Kansas, Chris served as a Multimedia Journalist, News Photographer, Editor and Live Truck Operator at KTBS-TV in Shreveport, Louisiana for over 5 years.

During his time in Louisiana, Chris got to cover many stories, as both a photographer and reporter, such as the Red River Drowning in 2010, the funeral of Seal Team 6 member Chief Petty Officer Robert Reeves in 2011, and the Fertilizer Plant explosion in West, Texas in 2013.

Chris is a graduate of the University of Mississippi (Hotty Toddy!), where he served as a sports anchor and reporter of the daily student run newscast.

In his free time, you can catch Chris trying to stay fit at the gym, listening to R & B music or trying to catch his Atlanta Falcons, Atlanta Braves and/or Portland Trailblazers on TV.

Being new to Kansas, Chris is also hoping to explore the sights and sounds of the area and all that it has to offer.

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Latest stories from Chris

Gay Marriage Same-sex couples eagerly await the opportunity for marriage on Monday (11/16/2014) - While courts continue to hash out the decision, many same-sex couples are eagerly awaiting the chance to get married.
WSU Parking at night Parking problems frustrate Shocker fans on opening game night (11/14/2014) - Whether it’s having to park on or off campus before the games, some fans said overall, parking is becoming more difficult.
BF223D5B66534BFF9D5E0E2A7293F6EC Fans say Royals will win Game 6 of the World Series (10/28/2014) - Fans say that the atmosphere inside the stadium is going to be electric.
1989 San Francisco earthquake Baseball fans recall the ‘Quake that paused the World Series’ (10/26/2014) - The fateful earthquake is still a moment in history that is etched in the minds of both Giants and Royals fans.
FANS EXCITEMENT Dozens try to get a ticket for Game 1 of the World Series (10/21/2014) - Dozens of fans lined up bright and early Tuesday morning hoping to snatch up a ticket and a prime-time seat for Game 1 of the World Series.