Craig Andres

Craig AndresKSN News Reporter
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Craig is thrilled to be back in Wichita, reporting on Kansas news as he’s done for nearly two decades.

Craig began his career as a staff writer for the Newton Kansan, and the Wichita Eagle while attending Bethel College in North Newton.

An award winning journalist, Craig worked at KSN in the 1990’s, and later worked as a on-air reporter for a Kansas City station.

A graduate of UMKC in Kansas City, Craig continues his work on a master’s degree in journalism ethics.

Being “home” again is a natural fit for Craig, “I enjoyed my time in Kansas City, covering Kansas and Missouri news, but Kansas is my home.”

When he’s not chasing down the latest news, Craig enjoys reading to his two sons, Isaiah and Gavin.

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FILE - Governor Sam Brownback delivers the State of the State address on January 15, 2014. (AP Photo) Governor releases outline of proposed budget changes (4/23/2015) - Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback is announcing more spending cuts to help balance the next state budget. Tax increases likely on the way.
Kansas Lawmakers, Legislators How do you find a few hundred million? (4/21/2015) - Some Republicans now are considering rolling back some big tax breaks.
Kansas Statehouse (AP Photo/John Milburn) State of Kansas budget down another $187 million (4/20/2015) - Budget director Shawn Sullivan announces state revenues down about $400 million more than expected.
On-body camera (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File) Police body cam video would not be released under Senate Bill 18 (4/15/2015) - Senate Bill 18 would keep police video private. Freedom of Information Requests would not longer be valid.
Sedgwick County Juvenile Intake Center (KSN File Photo) 3 former students arrested in connection to rape (4/13/2015) - The Sedgwick County District Attorney's office says it wants to try the juveniles as adults.