Chris Hrapsky Biography
Chris Hrapsky is an American news anchor Covering news for the Twin Cities and Greater MN at KARE 11 in Minneapolis Minnesota United States. He has been a news reporter around the country, and now co-anchors Breaking the News with Jana Shortal on weeknights at 6:30 pm on KARE 11.
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how old is Chris Hrapsky
Chris Hrapsky age is under review but we will get to update you very soon as possible. Chris Hrapsky is mainly focusing on his career as a news anchor.
Chris Hrapsky Education
Chris Hrapsky received a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota and started his career in Rochester, Minn at KTTC. He has also worked at WBAY.
Chris Hrapsky Net Worth
Chris Hrapsky is an American news reporter Covering news for the Twin Cities and Greater MN who has an estimated net worth of $ 2 million dollars as of 2019.
Chris Hrapsky Wife
Chris Hrapsky wife is under review but we will get to update you very soon. He keeps his information privately without disposing of to the public. He looks forward to achieving his dreams and adding more value to his career.
Chris Hrapsky Awards
Chris Hrapsky has been recognized by the Minnesota Press Awards for writing and feature news. And he’s received regional Emmy awards for General Assignment Reporting and Arts/Entertainment.
Chris can be reached via email at [email protected]
Chris Hrapsky News anchor
Chris Hrapsky joined KARE 11 in July of 2014 after working for sister station KPNX in Phoenix, AZ for three years. Currently, Chris is a general-assignment reporter. His work has been recognized by the Minnesota Press Awards for writing and feature news. And he’s received regional Emmy awards for General Assignment Reporting and Arts/Entertainment.
Chris Hrapsky previously anchored on USA Today, WXIA-TV (Atlanta, GA), KHOU-TV (Houston, TX), WTSP-TV (St Petersburg, FL), WKYC-TV (Cleveland, OH), WUSA-TV (Washington, DC), WCNC-TV (Charlotte, NC), KGW-TV (Portland, OR), KENS-TV (San Antonio, TX), WJXX-TV (Jacksonville, FL), KXTV-TV (Sacramento, CA), KSDK-TV (St. Louis, MO), WWL-TV (New Orleans, LA), KVUE-TV (Austin, TX), WLTX-TV (Columbia, SC), KTHV-TV (Little Rock, AR), WGRZ-TV (Buffalo, NY), KTVB-TV (Boise, ID), WVEC-TV (Norfolk, VA), KSNV-TV (Las Vegas, NV), WHAS-TV (Louisville, KY), KIII-TV (Corpus Christi, TX), KVLY-TV (South Fargo, ND)
Chris Hrapsky Hobbies | Chris Hrapsky Favourite
Chris Hrapsky has several hobbies like playing Chess, playing guitar, cooking, dominating Zelda on Wii, hiking Arizona’s trails, photography. His favorite music is Rap, Classic Rock, Alternative Rock, Jazz, Blues, R&B, Classical, Motown.
Favorite Song: Impossible to boil down… “Inner City Blues” – Marvin Gaye, “Echoes” – Pink Floyd, “Sweet Angel” – Jimi Hendrix, “Umi Says” – Mos Def, “Bad Sneakers” – Steely Dan
Favorite Books: Lone Survivor – Marcus Luttrell, A Brief History of Time – Stephen Hawking
Favorite Quotes: “The sun is always shining; you just need to be above the clouds.”, “The only constant in the universe is changed.”, Godfather – “Leave the gun, take the cannoli.”
Favorite Food: Neapolitan pizza, brat with sauerkraut, burnt bacon, popcorn, Chi-town hot dog…basically the stuff you shouldn’t eat.
Favorite Travel Destination: Anywhere with my wife
Pets: One dog, Winona
Favorite Sports Teams: Green Bay Packers, Milwaukee Brewers
Favorite Moment in Broadcasting: Watching my friend and fellow reporter get tazed for a stand-up
Hidden Talent: I can beat-box and freestyle
Why you decided to work in TV: Every day is a different gig. It’s an exciting profession. Plus – I’d rather witness and describe today’s big stories rather than read about them.
Where else you have worked: KTTC in Rochester, Minn., WBAY in Green Bay, Wis. and KPNX in Phoenix, Ariz.
Chris Hrapsky Articles
High hopes for hard trippin’ at John Hopkins University
BREAKING-THE-NEWS A world-renowned medical school will begin studying the potential medicinal effects of psychedelic drugs. BALTIMORE — Johns Hopkins Medicine announced it will soon open the Center for Psychedelic and Consciousness Research. “We have the privilege and honor to start the largest psychedelic center in the world,” said Frederick Barrett, Ph.D., an assistant professor at the new center.
The secrets behind winning carnival games
Carnival games come with a stigma and that is something the Minnesota State Fair is trying to clean up. FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn. At the Minnesota State Fair, everyone is a winner, for a price. Fair games can come with the stigma that they are rigged, which the fair is trying to clean up. Here’s a few facts and secrets about the games of the Mighty Midway.
The hardest job at the state fair
We are talking about the icemen. They are the keepers of cold, the lifeblood of freshness, and the kings of a quench. ST PAUL, Minn Hands down the hardest job at the MN State fair there are so many people who work long, hot hours at the Minnesota State Fair to make it the event it is, but we found one job that might just top them all when it comes to hard work.
How to walk at the MN State Fair
Chris Hrapsky reports on the do’s and don’ts of navigating the crowds at the Great MN Get-Together. FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn. Opening day at the Minnesota State Fair drew a huge crowd, thanks in part to picture-perfect weather. What happens when you put over a hundred thousand hungry fairgoers in one spot?
St. Paul funeral home ‘doesn’t want your business’
Mueller Memorial Funeral Home is putting out in an effort to highlight the new ‘hands-free’ driving law set to kick on Aug. 1. We tend to get a lot of press releases at KARE 11 but it’s not every day that one says, “we don’t want your business.”
A history of the Pledge of Allegiance
We wanted to look into the birth of the Pledge of Allegiance. And it’s inception speaks quite loudly to the debate still going on today. It’s in 1892. The idea of Americanism is dwindling. With the Civil War in the rearview, big business takes off into the age of materialism, and there’s a new wave of southern and eastern European immigrants flooding into the country.
Judge says Noor’s silence can’t be used in a murder trial
, Noor has not spoken to investigators about what happened the night Justine Damond was shot and killed after calling 911 to report a possible sexual assault in her neighborhood. By Precious Fondren and Chris Hrapsky, A judge ruled today that prosecutors in the Mohamed Noor murder case will not be allowed to use the former police officer’s silence against him.
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