Chris Arnold

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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

torpedo Volunteers help refurbish vandalized World War II torpedo (5/21/2015) - Memorial Day is fastly approaching with several ceremonies planned to honor our fallen soldiers. However, one artifact at a local memorial p…
flooding West Wichita still seeing flooding after Saturday storms (5/17/2015) - A record amount of rain fell in Wichita in the latest round of spring storms.
norgren family Parents of marine speak out about son’s life (5/15/2015) - Capt. Chris Norgren was killed when a U.S. Marine helicopter crashed during a relief mission in earthquake-hit Nepal.
CEILING COLLAPSE Engineers begin inspecting women’s recovery center after ceiling collapse (5/14/2015) - Engineers are now inspecting the building after ceiling collapses.
Kansas Statehouse (KSN File Photo) Solving budget deficit past 90-day legislative session will cost the state more money (5/14/2015) - State lawmakers only have three days left to fix a $406 million budget shortfall.