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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Craig’s latest stories

Legislature Kansas House members get paid Wednesday for ten minutes of work (5/27/2015) - KSN continues to track the progress in Topeka concerning the work on the state budget.
Topeka Capitol building (KSN File / Craig Andres) Kansas Government “shutdown” is possible, if no budget deal gets done (5/26/2015) - It's extreme, but it could happen. Lawmakers have a drop dead date of June 8. But, would state employees still get paid?
32323098BD9D495AB3665BC3EC0023D1 Do you mind paying up to fix the Kansas budget? (5/20/2015) - Lawmakers are asking you to pay up. Sales tax, gas tax, fewer tax deductions. It may happen Thursday.
CFDzHqgUsAAfvZE Lawmakers take off for the weekend without a plan to fix the budget (5/15/2015) - Lawmakers in Topeka still don't have a plan to fix a $406 million budget shortfall. The 90 day session is supposed to end Saturday.
Kansas Statehouse (KSN File Photo) Pay more in taxes or cut tax breaks? (5/12/2015) - What gives, with only a few days remaining to fix a large budget gap?