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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Money (KSN File Photo) PACs and SuperPACs pour money into Kansas (10/16/2014) - More than $6 Million is spent so far on Kansas political ads in the Senate Race, just from outside funding. SuperPACs are making their voice…
Kansas Senate Debate KSN Senate debate highlights (10/15/2014) - The Kansas Senate race has big implications when it comes to control of the U.S. Senate.
FILE - This combo of 2014 file photos shows Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback, left, and Democratic gubernatorial candidate, Paul Davis.  (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel, File) Davis, Brownback hold campaign events around the state (10/14/2014) - Democratic challenger Paul Davis said on Tuesday that more than 500 Republican dissidents back him, while conservative GOP Gov. Sam Brownbac…
Dr. Lee Norman, University of Kansas Hospital Ebola test on KC patient comes back negative (10/13/2014) - University of Kansas Hospital officials say preliminary tests show a patient with Ebola-like symptoms does not have the deadly disease.