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

TEACHERS Teacher prosecution bill approved by Kansas Senate (2/25/2015) - A controversial bill moving through the legislature will make it easier for teachers to be prosecuted for offensive materials.
city crews City crews working around the clock to treat area roads (2/22/2015) - The freezing temperatures expected overnight could create big problems for your morning commute.
wsu game day Students, school officials excited for ESPN College GameDay’s first trip to WSU (2/21/2015) - ESPN's College Game Day announced Saturday they are coming to Wichita for the first time.
EDDE80EDC9AE4AC09362347FD164338D Relative of Joyland founders, community members talk about Louie the Clown (2/19/2015) - Ottaway had pictures from as far back as the fifties and sixties, depicting Louie playing his famous Wurlitzer organ.
snow truck City crews treat roads in preparation for winter weather (2/15/2015) - Public Works Director Joe Pajor says crews got a leg up on treating the roads well before the winter weather was set to arrive.