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

ECCELL Winfield cuts diploma completion program (4/29/2015) - With less funding, USD 465 is having to cut essential programs, including one that helps adults earn high school diplomas.
Letter Jacket Folo USD 259 votes unanimously to award letters to special needs athletes (4/27/2015) - The Wichita School District USD 259 has voted unanimously 6-0 to award special needs athletes a varsity letter.
capitol Lawmakers ready to look for solutions to the budget shortfall (4/26/2015) - Lawmakers will return to Topeka this week to try to find ways to drill down a deficit of more than $400 million.
HARVEY CO 911 Switch to Next-Gen 911 proving to be costly for Harvey County (4/24/2015) - The switch to 911 Next Generation technology is ramping up throughout the state of Kansas.
dachshund Dachshund rescued after spending 13 days trapped under concrete slab (4/23/2015) - A Derby dog owner is calling it a miracle, after she was reunited with her 4-year-old dog, Lucy, who had been missing for nearly two weeks.