Annie Andrews

Anchor

Annie Andrews
Annie Andrews
Anchor
Annie Andrews comes to Action News from the Tri-Cities of Nebraska, by way of the Twin Cities of Minnesota. Although it’s the first time Annie has called Kennewick home, it’s not her first time on the West Coast. As a former internationally-ranked ski racer, Annie spent summers at Mt Hood practicing and exploring the region.

Annie has a unique journalism background that extends coast to coast. After earning her Masters from American University in Broadcast Journalism, Annie worked at FOX News Channel in New York City. Although she loved working alongside Megyn Kelly, her desire to report stories on the front line brought her back to her Midwest roots. She worked in Kearney, Nebraska for three years before coming to KIMA/KEPR.

As Terry Chick’s co-anchor, Annie is married with three dogs. She says if you can’t find her at KEPR, check the Tri-City Dog Park in Richland. She and her husband love the outdoors, hiking Badger Mountain and enjoying the three rivers. They are excited to be a part of the Tri-Cities, and Annie looks forward to delivering you the stories that affect our community.

Recent stories by Annie Andrews

Say What: Healthcare Reform and elections Say What: Healthcare Reform and elections(Video)
Our Say What!?! topic this week deals with the effects healthcare reform may have on elections in 2014 and even 2016. How much of a factor will changes in healthcare requirements be in who people vote for in the elections?
Kennewick City Council votes no on annexation Kennewick City Council votes no on annexation (Video)
Heated testimony won over the Kennewick City Council Tuesday night in a debate over 21 acres of land. A developer is looking to turn the property inside Benton County into a single-family home neighborhood. With city sewer and water already plumbed, the next step was to seek annexation. However, they weren't expecting the reaction they received.
What happened to the deadlines: Hanford What happened to the deadlines: Hanford(Video)
The Department of Energy held a town hall meeting in Richland Monday night. It came on the heels of the state's timeline for cleaning up the area. The DOE presented their case for why they can't meet those standards and there were dozens of Hanford workers, both past and present on hand, to put the DOE's feet to the fire.
Stopping the violence Stopping the violence(Video)
On Thursday night, members of the community hosted a candlelight vigil to remember those lost to violence. The vigil was organized by a group of mothers who all face the same horrible reality: They lost children at the hands of others.
Gas plant hosts Q&A one week after explosion Gas plant hosts Q&A one week after explosion(Video)
It's been a week since the Plymouth gas plant explosion that sent five to the hospital and finally, on Tuesday night, residents of the small community were able to question the policy and procedure used. For some, it was a chance to say thank you; for others, to offer suggestion.
Only 4-week suspension for bus attack suspect Only 4-week suspension for bus attack suspect
A violent assault on a teen - and it was all caught on camera. But what's even more shocking than the video is the fact the man accused of the attack is just a week and a half away from getting on a bus - and sitting next to you.
Richland delays pot decision by another 6 months Richland delays pot decision by another 6 months(Video)
A Richland City Council member promised a decision on recreational pot by the year's end. Tuesday night the council had the option to pass another 6 month moratorium, which they did without any citizen objections. But that doesn't mean every council member was on board.
Ki-Be school board meeting hears one upset parent Ki-Be school board meeting hears one upset parent(Video)
More than two dozen parents came to Monday night's Ki-Be school board meeting. It was a show of solidarity, they said, to keep the district moving in the right direction. For one parent, that means getting answers about the interim superintendent.
Emotional pleas get Ki-Be coach reinstated Emotional pleas get Ki-Be coach reinstated(Video)
Monday night was the first public school board meeting for Kiona-Benton School District in a month. It was also the first meeting since the girls' high school basketball coach had been let go. It made for more than an hour of emotional pleas, from not only the girls but the community, to get their coach back - and it worked.
Pasco looks to bright future for downtown Pasco looks to bright future for downtown(Video)
Pasco's key business and community leaders met Thursday night to kick off a revitalization of the downtown. It's the focus of Downtown Pasco Development Authority: to bring in more ideas, more people and ultimately more dollars to the tired downtown.
Family reunion 27 years in the making Family reunion 27 years in the making(Video)
It's an emotional reunion over 25 years in the making. A nephew and aunt were ripped apart from each other as kids, and, after a chance finding on Facebook and a surprise meeting arranged by family, they are now back together.
Richland looking for direction on recreational pot Richland looking for direction on recreational pot(Video)
Richland city officials are looking at their options for recreational marijuana. At a council study session on Tuesday night, the council learned another moratorium is inevitable, but that doesn't mean recreational marijuana is up in smoke. The council will still have to make a decision - and don't expect it to be unanimous.
Teen tanning could be banned Teen tanning could be banned(Video)
The state Senate has approved a measure that would ban those under age 18 from using tanning beds. Lawmakers are following in the footsteps of Oregon, and it could mean lights out for minors.