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

(KSN file photo) Schools trying to raise money locally (2/25/2015) - As lawmakers continue to talk finance changes for schools, dozens of schools are looking at raising their own supplemental money.
Statehouse (AP Photo/John Milburn) Some lawmakers wonder where Kansas can find $600 million (2/23/2015) - With the lawmaking session half over this week, some lawmakers say there is not solid plan to fix the budget. Time to raise the alarm?
This photo from Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2013, shows the dome of the Kansas Statehouse, with its statue of a Kansa Indian, standing due north and shooting an arrow at the stars, in Topeka, Kan. (AP Photo/John Milburn) State Board of Education member talks schools and money and cuts (2/19/2015) - "People don't come to Kansas for our mountains and beaches," they come for quality of life and education. Parents and school leaders listen …
Kansas Statehouse (KSN File Photo) Lawmakers consider $1.5 billion loan to help Kansas retirement sytstem (2/11/2015) - Some lawmakers say the Kansas Public Retirement system called KPERS needs billions in funding to be fully funded.
Kansas Highway Sign (KSN photo) Law officers want “Highway of Death” a 4-Lane to save lives (2/10/2015) - Marion County, Harvey County, Reno County, and the list goes on. Sheriffs along U.S. Highway 50 are calling the roadway the Highway of Death…