KSN News Reporter
Justin Kraemer returned to KSN News in the summer of 2008. Justin previously worked for KSN in the late 90's through 2001.
Justin's experience as a reporter spans more than a decade, working both in television and radio. In addition to Kansas, he's covered news in New York and Minnesota.
He has also reported live for CNN, and live for MSNBC with Brian Williams.
Justin's reporting has earned awards from the Associated Press, the Society of Professional Journalists, and the Radio and Television News Directors Association.
In 2000, as a KSN reporter, the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences awarded Justin an Emmy™ for spot news reporting.
Justin originally hails from Eden, New York -- a small country town in Western New York where he worked on farms as a child.
He attended Syracuse University, and promises he'll rarely bring up the 2003 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship game.
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An Amtrak line is stranded on the rails for nearly five hours Sunday morning outside of Emporia frustrating weary travelers
Wichita has seen 10 fire deaths this year making it one of the deadliest in recent memory.
A teenager and his biological mother have been charged in the shootings of the teen's adoptive parents at the couple's home near Wichita.
As the nation remembers John F. Kennedy's life on the 50th anniversary of his assassination, some in Kansas are fondly looking back on the day he held a rally in Wichita.
Jim Lichlyter says his back door busted back in July but landlord refuses to fix lock